'Future of tennis is okay after Federer, Nadal, Djokovic leave' - Rusedski


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'Future of tennis is okay after Federer, Nadal, Djokovic leave' - Rusedski

Former world No. 4 Greg Rusedski believes that tennis is in good hands thanks to Stefanos Tsitsipas once the Big Three retire. The British pundit said: "He is the real deal. We worried what was going to happen to our game when Federer, Djokovic, Nadal go away from our game.

There's no worry at all now. That was one of the best finals we have ever seen. The future of men's tennis looks very strong." Daniela Hantuchova spoke about Federer admitting he did not play as well as he wished to also because of Tsitsipas: "When you hear that from Roger you know he means it.

That is going to give Stefanos so much confidence. To be a champion like he is going to be you need that quality to play the big points like he was able to do. Not only in the last match but in the Australian Open too. There is no question that he is a superstar.

I absolutely love that look he has when he wins. He has that childhood look and surprise when he wins and it's cute to watch." Meanwhile, Bjorn Borg and his wife Patricia got tired of Sweden and they will now move to Cape Green, where they often had holidays together over the last years.

"Now we are thinking about being here as long as possible." They lived in Monte Carlo for years but in 2003 they got back to Sweden. Now they are planning to spend some time in Africa. "There you can be yourself and there is slightly better weather than Sweden.

We will get closer to the city and we will spend more time abroad. The home is a bit big when all the children are outside."