Previous World number four Greg Rusedski has uncovered which Grand Slam competitions he feels both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal can win as they get back from injury. Both Federer and Nadal missed the last 50% of the period through injury as Federer experienced a misfortune with his knee. Tennis fans can buy Wimbledon Tickets from our website.
While an earlier foot injury reemerged for Nadal. Nonetheless, Nadal is more like a return than Federer as he will make his return when he includes at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition in December. He will confront either Andy Murray or Dominic Thiem, who is likewise making a return from a wrist injury.
In the meantime, Federer is focusing on a return in mid-2022 after he uncovered that he would miss the Australian Open and might actually miss Wimbledon in the wake of going through a knee medical procedure.
Talking with Express Sport, Rusedski said “well Roger I believe is centred around Wimbledon. I don’t think he sensibly accepts he can win in Paris (French Open) or he can win in Australia (Australian Open) or the US Open.”
“Wimbledon as we saw in 2019 he had a couple of match focuses against Novak [Djokovic].
“This year he didn’t play especially well at Wimbledon and still made the quarter-finals so assuming he’s solid, I imagine that is the place where he accepts he actually has a shot to win and he needs to win the best titles, he simply doesn’t have any desire to make the numbers up so for Roger that is likely the objective.
Wimbledon Open 2022:
“For Rafa [Nadal] it’s the French Open. That is the place where he wants to get [Grand Slam] number 21. On the grounds that Djokovic is actually the preeminent player on hard courts.”
Rusedski likewise repeated Mats Wilander’s musings that Federer and Nadal’s rebounds will be made substantially more troublesome. Because of the nature of the rising ATP stars. This structure is the main ten. To be specific Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas.
“You’re discussing the more youthful age. They’re here at this point. That is to say. Out of the enormous three, it’s actually the large one remaining. That is Novak who doesn’t appear to be going anyplace yet.
“It’s harder for Federer and Nadal now. In light of the fact that Medvedev, Zverev, Tsitsipas, those folks are beginning to accept. They’ve come incredibly, close.
“Medvedev at last beat Djokovic in a Grand Slam last (the US Open). Tsitsipas was two-sets-to-adore up in the finals of the French [Open]. When Novak came to win in five sets, and Berrettini was in the other last (Wimbledon).
“So we had no Federer, no Nadal, just Djokovic out of the Big Three in the finals of a Major this year. This is exceptionally surprising and unfathomable somewhat recently.”