Roger Federer is the 'best athlete of all times', tweets Real Madrid's Toni Kroos



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Roger Federer is the 'best athlete of all times', tweets Real Madrid's Toni Kroos

Although it has been well-known that the Sagacious 38-year-old Swiss legend, Roger Federer is the best athlete of all times with 103 career titles in the Open Era and a record 20 Grand Slam Single titles scintillating underneath his name, yet the German soccer star, Toni Kroos, the lifeline of Spanish football club Real Madrid’s midfield with his eccentric ball distribution ability, had reaffirmed it in a tweet earlier this week and made a forecast on who could hold the key to become the Swiss legend’s successor.

In fact, it has neither been the first, nor the second time, the Real Madrid midfielder had admitted that Roger is the G.O.A.T., and cherished his meets with the Swiss spesh multiple times on and off the social media.

As beforementioned, earlier this week, one of his followers in Tweeter asked him about his favourite athlete of all times, the answer was the same and Toni Kroos, a fan of Roger Federer whom he had met twice in the Masters 1000 in Madrid and in London Masters, was quoted saying the Swiss masterpiece holding a record 83.2 per cent winning percentage in the grand arenas has been the best.

Later, another fan asked Kroos who could be a successor to Roger Federer, the German midfielder having a stupendous vision to control the midfield, said it might be the Greek young flair Tsitsipas.