Federer, Nadal, Djokovic dominance will end at some point - Tsitsipas

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Federer, Nadal, Djokovic dominance will end at some point - Tsitsipas

In an interview to Sdna, Stefanos Tsitsipas was asked when he thinks Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal dominance will end. The Greek player replied: "At some point, this time will come, nobody knows when!

I think I have the potential to play a Grand Slam and finish it in the best possible way. I have experience from juniors to make it." Is he ready to hit diving volleys? "I am! I did one in training with Marcos Baghdatis!

It was an amazing dive! Unfortunately, I did not make a video of it", said Tsitsipas, who lost early at the Championships, being defeated in five sets by the Italian Thomas Fabbiano. Federer said: "I feel very excited being here to be honest.

Halle was great and I thought I had a great, fun clay season. I was able to transition well to grass and then to here, most importantly with no injuries, that's been good. In terms of the draw, I really only look at the first couple of rounds.

I know all of the draw. I know everybody who plays everybody, but at the end of the day, for me, what's most important is who is in my first couple of rounds and the rest, it will all fall into place against or for you.

But in the end, you have to beat who is on the other side of the net and in the end, I think it's more a social media or media thing that they are trying to stir something up that is not there."