Apey: "Roger Federer, Nadal, Djokovic’s dominance may be coming to an end"

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Apey: "Roger Federer, Nadal, Djokovic’s dominance may be coming to an end"

According to many insiders, 2020 could represent the season of the definitive explosion of the Next Gen. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are still competitive, but their dominance in the Grand Slams seems in serious danger.

Super-agent Patricio Apey, who has managed to likes of Andy Murray and Stefanos Tsitsipas, has warned the Big 3. “There are a few players that are already beating the Big Three throughout the year,” Apey told Tennis 365.

“The big question is when (not if) they can do so in Grand Slams, which is the big question. Stefanos beating Roger in Australia last year was a big step rather than beating him or Nadal or Djokovic in Masters 1000 titles, which is also important but now the young guys need to make their mark in the Grand Slams.

Exciting times ahead for tennis”. On Andy Murray, he added: “One of the most admirable qualities that I saw in Andy from a young age, was that he has never ever been motivated by money, rather his love of the game and his deep-rooted desire to compete and win.

The majority of players that face such serious injuries simply give up. It is much easier to do so. However, as Andy has proven, without owing anybody an explanation as to why, is that he has a never-ending, burning desire to compete.

It is as if he wants to pay respect to his sport to give absolutely everything he has to give and he serves as a great inspiration to younger generations as to how to go about competing, and respecting the competition of his sport. I only hope that he stays in tennis in some capacity when he retires – the sport will be better for it”.