Tsitsipas: 'Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Djokovic cannot win everything'


by   |  VIEW 13996
Tsitsipas: 'Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Djokovic cannot win everything'

Roger Federer said it is so many young players grow together because they can push each other to their best. Stefanos Tsitsipas was asked what he thinks about the Swiss's opinion. "Most of the things he said are right -- not right, but it's his point of view, which I agree with.

It's an exciting switch for the game. Many different players, different game styles, different personalities. I'm happy to be included in there", said Tsitsipas. "It's going to be very interesting the next couple of years to see how tennis will evolve and how the young guys are going to dominate the game.

I have been trying really hard to be up there, and I know that it's not easy for me to maintain that level, because if I keep doing the same thing, my opponents will know what I'm doing and what works for me, so I always have to constantly improve and get better.

But I also think that Grand Slam thing that you mentioned, at some point we will see change. I mean, it can't be that Rafa, Roger, and Novak win everything (smiling). I know that in order to see my name among these titles, I'm going to have to go through a lot of pain and a lot of hype and struggle.

I'm honestly excited. I'm excited. I'm excited by the idea of trying to get there."