Mike Tyson doesn't love one among Federer, Djokovic and Nadal

In one of the most interesting episodes of the last edition of the famous podcast by Patrick Mouratoglou, Mike Tyson talked about the importance of tennis in his life and his love for the racket

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Mike Tyson doesn't love one among Federer, Djokovic and Nadal

In one of the most interesting episodes of the last edition of the famous podcast by Patrick Mouratoglou, Mike Tyson talked about the importance of tennis in his life and his love for the racket: "Tennis changed my life. It has broadened my horizons and I am grateful to be involved in this sport." The former world boxing champion has appeared on the most important stages of world tennis on several occasions and has never hidden the esteem he has for Novak Djokovic: "Now Djokovic is my favorite tennis player.

If he's okay, I really enjoy watching his games. It's amazing how he came back from injury and beat champions like Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Djokovic is a real fighter."

Mike Tsyon snubs Nadal and praises Federer and Djokovic

Speaking of Federer's retirement from the Adavantage Connors podcast, Tyson spent words of great admiration for the Swiss legend and snubbed Nadal.

"You know, I love Djokovic. But I'm also a huge Roger Federer fan. When he was at the height of his career, he seemed to move in the air, fluid and elegantly. Nadal is everywhere when he plays. He is a great player, but he is not good looking.

Federer, on the other hand, has always been very elegant." If Federer has decided to retire to the Laver Cup. Djokovic and Nadal have experienced yet another season as protagonists. The Serbian won one of the two Grand Slams in which he was able to participate, namely Wimbledon, the Masters 1000 in Rome and the tournaments in Tel Aviv and Astana.

The Majorcan, for his part, has won the Australian Open and Roland Garros, in addition to the two events in Melbourne and Acapulco. Both have taken off the pass for the ATP Finals and will be the two players to beat in Turin.

Impossible not to mention among the favorites also Carlos Alcaraz, who thanks to the victory obtained at the US Open has become the youngest number one in the history of tennis.

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