Carlos Moya feels it won't be easy for Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to come back as successful as Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer did this year. 'You never know what will happen', Nadal's coach said, 'They did it, but it won't be as easy as it can look.
It's good for tennis and fans that they comeback. The more players with chances to win important tournaments, the much better for everyone. Rafa will be prepared to be willing to start. It's going to be a very exciting year.' Nadal ends the year having 1,040 points more than No.
2 Federer. That's not the main priority right now, said Moya: 'Now what we want is to rest and recharge the battery after a long, hard, unbelievable year. Now we are not thinking much about those 1,040 points.' Moya finally commented on David Goffin's win over Roger Federer in London: 'It was a little bit surprising.
It's the first time that he beat him and he must be given a lot of credit for beating Rafa and Federer.' ALSO READ: Severin Luthi: 'Federer as No. 1? You can't bid for every goal at 36'