After Eurosport conducted a poll on Twitter asking their audience the GOAT among the Big Three – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic

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After Eurosport conducted a poll on Twitter asking their audience the GOAT among the Big Three – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic – a clear winner prevailed with more than 50% of the votes. The winner was Novak Djokovic, who got 51% of the total votes expressed by 4662 respondents.

Federer on the scapegoat comparison
Some suppose the scapegoat debate should be settled by the Grand Slam title number, while some argue that Federer is” the tennis” and that he is the scapegoat no matter what.

“ People always like to compare. I see it every day with my halves. Without wanting, you compare them. You should n’t — ever, ” Federer told The Associated Press. “ Naturally, we do the same in tennis. I’m my own career, my own player, that demanded those challenges.

They demanded a rival like myself. We made each other better. So at the end of the day, we ’ll all shake hands and be like, ‘ That was stupendous. ’ Now is notoriety going to be happier than the other? I mean, in moments, perhaps ”.

Isner names Djokovic as the scapegoat
American ace John Isner finds Novak Djokovic the toughest to face among the Big 3.” It’s presumably Novak. Indeed though I played Rafa on complexion off the top of my head, I played him on complexion like four times.

I suppose, formerly at the French Open, you know, that is one of the toughest tasks in our sport, in sports period. It’s beating that joe on complexion and but indeed more so than that beating him at as we know Roland Garros,” he said.
Isner also recalled their 2015 China Open clash, which took place in freezing conditions.” I played him in the Beijing times agone
. I am just gon na try flashing back, to 2015. In the quarterfinals, it’s a big match, a big event and I was fired up to play him in the diggings and going to bed that night and looked on my rainfall app and just checking out the rainfall.

He’d some 23-match-winning band there. I was like I squinched. It’s 48 degrees and heavy conditions against Novak, who noway loses this event, There is no shot of it. I went out there, It was indurating. indurating cold wave, zero free points and it was two and two. So to answer your question, it’s Novak,” he added.


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