Benoit Paire thinks Roger Federer will never again win Grand Slam



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Benoit Paire thinks Roger Federer will never again win Grand Slam

France's Benoit Paire doesn't expect former world No. 1 Roger Federer to ever again win a Grand Slam title. Federer, 38, holds the record for the most Grand Slam titles captured. The Swiss claimed a record 20th Grand Slam when he beat Croatian Marin Cilic in the 2018 Australian Open final.

Paire, 30, touched on various topics during his Instagram Live with three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka. Reportedly, the Frenchman said in his Instagram Live session he doesn't think Federer will win a Major again.

After undergoing a season-ending knee surgery after 2016 Wimbledon, Federer made a stunning comeback at the beginning of the 2017 season.

The Swiss edged out his old rival Rafael Nadal in a five-set Australian Open final to lift his first Grand Slam title since 2012. Six months later, Federer absolutely dominated at Wimbledon as he made it all the way at The Championships without a dropped set.

The Swiss achieved more Grand Slam success six months later, when he defended his title at Melbourne Park. Since then, the 38-year-old has had his chances at winning more Grand Slams but that hasn't happened. Federer had a great opportunity to win last year's Wimbledon but instead it ended in a painful loss after he failed to convert any of his two match points against Novak Djokovic.

Federer made the Australian Open semifinal this past January but stood no chance against Djokovic because he was hampered by a groin injury.