Speaking on Tennis Channel the American legend Chris Evert commented on who will end up with most Grand Slam titles between Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Evert feels the Swiss has less chances than the Spaniard and the Serb to add more Majors to his achievements list.
"I am a big Roger Federer fan but I am not optimistic about him winning a Grand Slam. The best chance is Wimbledon, points are shorter, serve and power play a big role. Djokovic, I have never seen him with that much mental focus, determination and strength, and he was even better than Rafael Nadal.
If Djokovic can have two or three more consistent years, he can pass both. He looks to be in a good shape, he has not issues on knees, shoulders, back. He looks happy, he is in a good place, he has two children. He is always there, he can see the ball better than everyone is.
He is a lot quicker than everyone is, he is so smooth.' Lindsay Davenport added: 'The two (Nadal and Federer) never won four at one time, Djokovic is one away from winning his fourth in a row for the second time.'