Richard Krajicek believes that Novak Djokovic has more chances than Rafael Nadal to break Roger Federer's 20 Grand Slam titles record. Speaking to Le Matin, the 1996 Wimbledon winner said: "I always thought Roger would end up holding the record.
The only one that can break it is Novak. Nadal is closer to Federer but when did he last win a Grand Slam on a hard court? I do not think he can win in Australia or New York again. He needs to win in French Open and Wimbledon, and if he does not do it in London, he needs to triumph twice in Paris to catch Federer."
Mark Philippoussis added: "It will really be an unbelievable battle. Can Federer win one or two more Majors? Why not? Can Rafa take some around? I can see him winning the French Open one or two more times. But if Djokovic stays healthy and on this dynamic, I can see him winning at least two Majors per season in the next years (laughter).
Who thought about that when Pete Sampras reached the No. 14?" The former world No. 7 WTA player Barbara Schett criticized today's tennis: "Compared to back in the day, players are more physical and they hit harder.
But variety of game totally lacks. There is too much pressure from families. A lot of money is around, there is no patience to get results. Good coaches lacks. They cost too much and the game is boring."