Schwartzman: 'Until Federer and Nadal are there, you can't win a Major'



by   |  VIEW 26107

Schwartzman: 'Until Federer and Nadal are there, you can't win a Major'

Diego Schwartzman believes that it will be difficult for other players to triumph on the big stage as long as "Big Three" will compete at the top level. In an interview to Marca, the Argentine player said: 'Uff! Difficult...

until (Roger) Federer, (Rafael) Nadal, (Novak) Djokovic and company do not retire, it seems to me that the room for another player to win a Grand Slam is complicated. Luckily I am younger, so I have some years left so that when they retire I have some chances.' Schwartzman trained with Nadal last week on Wednesday in Mallorca.

Asked if height influences in a sport like tennis at high level, Schwartzman replied: 'Yes, obviously yes... in the strength, in the shots, the ball speed, in this it helps much, but I could never think about it. Maybe, at the beginning, it was complicated for me to compete against them and I had to prepare myself and make an effort physically, but I had people next to me that prepared me well for everything.' ALSO READ: Mouratoglou explains why Roger Federer serves better than Grigor Dimitrov