Pablo Carreno Busta has broken through in men's tennis in his mid-20s, reaching the US Open semi-finals and cracking the top-10 of the ATP rankings for the first time in his career in 2017. The Spaniard eyes more success in the years to come, maybe hoping that the level of other players will drop.
Speaking about Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in an interview to Mundo Deportivo, Carreno Busta said: 'It seems that they will never retire. But I suppose there will be a day when they will have to stop playing and I will take advantage of those moments to be there.
To take the step to advance my career, by shifting from one generation to the other.' Commenting on his goals for this season, he added: 'Make a return to at least the top-10 of the ATP ranking and from there dream big.
Being among the top five.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer could lose No. 1 spot ranking at the Miami Open