Zverev: 'We will have to find a way to beat Federer, Djokovic, Nadal'

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Zverev: 'We will have to find a way to beat Federer, Djokovic, Nadal'

Alexander Zverev spoke about Roger Federer's, Rafael Nadal's and Novak Djokovic's dominance. In a press conference at the Rogers Cup, the German player said: "They are still the best, they won titles and they are better than us, the younger guys.

We will have to find a way to win this kind of matches." Meanwhile speaking of how it felt to pair up with his compatriot Vasek Pospisil in the Montreal doubles, the 18-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime said: "It was good.

It was real fun, yeah. It was very good. I mean, people showed up. People were great, you know, from the start. No, it was good to feel the atmosphere. I had a great time with Vasek. Obviously, he's a good friend. But I thought we had some great moments.

It was a good match." Vasek Pospisil added: "Yeah, yeah, I think it was a high level. I mean, I thought we played well. I think we were starting to pick up our game a little bit towards the end. It was unfortunate it got a little bit away from us.

Also from my end, I would have particularly liked to have been sharper early on. I thought Felix played great the whole way through. I think we just maybe ran out a little bit of time. I really felt we were starting to click well at one point there.

But, yeah, like you said, they're a tough team. They played really well this year. Yeah, it was fun to play out there, just fun to be competing with Felix, a great crowd. Yeah, but unfortunately we couldn't get the win."