Marc Rosset: 'At Wimbledon, Federer has less margin than Nadal at Paris'



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Marc Rosset: 'At Wimbledon, Federer has less margin than Nadal at Paris'

The former world no. 9 and champion at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics Marc Rosset spoke about Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal's emotions on the courts where they feel better, Wimbledon Centre Court and Roland Garros Philippe Chatrier.

'Federer and Wimbledon? I agree, it's the tournament where he plays better. Like Rafa at Roland Garros. But there is a notable difference between them. In Paris, on clay, Rafa has a margin of 98% from other players. Roger's margin towards other players is much less.

But he still wins, and at the moment he seems to be a monster mentally,' said Rosset. Also, former French player Fabrice Santoro spoke about Nadal and Federer's come back at the highest level: 'An image hit me.

The opening of Rafa's Academy last autumn. When they cut the ribbon. They were both laughing, but everyone were saying they were done. Eight months after, they won the first three Grand Slam titles of the season. There isn't anything to say but: respect.' Source: L'Equipe newspaper ALSO READ: Roger Federer attends Wimbledon party, doesn't dance with Muguruza