In an interview to SDNA, the former top ten player Thomas Johansson commented on who can break Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic dominance. The Swede said: "It can be made in the US Open. Tsitsipas plays well on hard surfaces."
Meanwhile, Tim Henman spoke about the Wimbledon favourites in an interview to Express." Nadal made five consecutive finals at Wimbledon in the events that he played so he's one of the best grass court players out there.
He's won the tournament twice. I think he's been unfortunate that he's almost come up against a few freak performances. Whether it was Kyrgios or Gilles Muller, Lukas Rosol, Steve Darcis or Dustin Brown; they played phenomenal matches.
But for me, he was the best player in the first week and the one that impressed me the most. I think it's because first and foremost he's healthy and then secondly he's very confident having got his 12th French Open title under his belt.
So if I had to pick a winner right now in the men's I would go with Nadal." Tommy Haas said: "Djokovic is just 32 years old and he is very fit. Nadal had injuries here and there but he has always a chance in the French Open.
And who knows what happens in the US Open if he wins here. Those three are all very ambitious and deep that they want to say at the end of their career: I won many Grand Slam titles. Especially for Roger it's very important, he is 38 years old and he does not have many chances. It's amazing the way he still plays. There is still a lot in the game."