John McEnroe: "Roger Federer will no longer win Grand Slam titles"

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John McEnroe: "Roger Federer will no longer win Grand Slam titles"

The debate on who will be the tennis player in history that will end with the most Grand Slam titles has been going on for months if not years and among tennis fans and professionals there is great curiosity to understand who will be the GOAT between Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

In this edition of Wimbledon Novak Djokovic reached the final and on Sunday against Matteo Berrettini he will have the chance to reach his two greatest rivals with 20 titles. Among the tennis players Nole seems to be clearly even more fit and there are many insiders who believe that the Serbian champion will not stop at 20 but is destined to become the tennis player with the most Grand Slams in the history of this sport.

John McEnroe's words about Roger Federer

John McEnroe, one of the greatest legends of the sport, spoke of who will end with the most titles, he was quite clear in explaining that for him Nole will end with the most titles.

Here are his words: "As far as the Grand Slam is concerned, I have quite clear ideas about how things will end. I believe that Roger Federer will never win a Grand Slam title again, he will certainly remain at 20, Rafa will win a maximum of one.

other while Djokovic can last on the circuit for another three or four years and I think he can win up to another five Grand Slams. This is my prediction even though it will all depend on the health of each player. If nothing sensational happens, I think Novak Djokovic will be the player with the most Grand Slam titles in history."

On Sunday at 3 pm the Serbian champion has a great chance and in case of victory against the Italian Matteo Berrettini he will at least be able to balance the score and maybe continue the run towards the sensational feat of the Golden Slam, the 4 Slam titles and the Olympic Games of Tokyo.

We have to recall that Federer has reached yet another curious record at Wimbledon 2021: with the success in the 4th round against Lorenzo Sonego, Roger won his 105th match at Wimbledon, equaling the record for the number of single wins in a single Grand Slam tournament, a record held by the king of clay, Rafael Nadal, a tennis player who has won 105 matches in Paris alone.