Nadal though has not yet been able to win the prestigious year-end tournament.Despite the fact that you would consider one of these players the GOAT, we are so fortunate to have been born in the era of these great champions. Statistics are up to date after Wimbledon 2017. Because it's a little too much." Some will view dominance on one surface as the pinnacle of achievement while others will be of the view that you need to perform well on all the surfaces. So the best way to resolve this debate of who the GOAT in Tennis is, is to look at the numbers. He became the first man to complete the Golden Masters 1000. So who is the GOAT? This incredible feat has never been achieved by Federer or Nadal. This has opened the doors for the discussion on who is the GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) in tennis. Some might say that it's the Majors (Grand-Slams) that matters the most while others might argue that Masters 1000s have their own importance and cannot be ignored. 1 RANKING 1. Roger Federer: 98 wins, 51 runners-up 2. He would compete at the same level. I admit I am biased, but I would have to say Nadal. As I said earlier this discussion is very intricate and there are a lot of factors that you need to consider.There are 4 types of tournaments in Tennis. 1. Federer has won more Grand Slam tournaments than any other male player (20), but he also holds the records for most finals (29), semifinals (42) and quarterfinals (50), showing great consistency at the highest level in the biggest tournaments. I have presented the stats here so it's entirely up to you what you perceive from those numbers. I was the only coach from the pro tour. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have been so good in recent years that the trio have won 56 of the last 67 grand slams. They are the Grand Slam Tournaments also known as The Majors, The 1000 Masters Tournaments, The 500 Events and The 250 Events. In an interview to The Times of India the former Serbia's Davis Cup team captain Bogdan Obradovic commented on why according to him Novak Djokovic is a better player than Roger Federer …

Nadal though has not yet been able to win the prestigious year-end tournament. Well, I am going to leave that to you readers. But Novak convinced me with his powerful mental statement 'I want to be No. I remember his first practice, it was like watching somebody extremely professional.He dropped his bag, started to run, do a warm-up, I didn't have to say one word What set him apart from other boys? When he was 13, during one of the daily sessions, I asked him what do you want to do with your tennis, what's your goal.He said, 'l want to be the No. And the guy interviewing me was completely shocked.He asked me 'do you want me to skip this? Roger Federer: 310 weeks, 237 max consecutive (both all-time records) 2. Federer has won the year-end ATP World Tour Finals 6 times, while Djokovic captured the same 5 times. A lot of people mention Djokovic “peak form” being better than Nadal “peak form”, but I’m not even sure I would agree with that. Then there is the question of the surface as well. It's very tough for a 13-year-old to train With guys l8 or T9.They are much stronger, they run faster, they hit the ball harder for him to get back, but he never complained." That was very interesting for me because he was practising with guys four-five years older. With his victory against Federer in the Cincinnati 2018 final, Djokovic finally got his hands on the trophy and captured the only 1000 Masters Trophy that was missing from his trophy cabinet.

From there, the rest is just history.Novak for me is the best tennis player ever on this planet. This surface has been a thorn in the side of Nadal, who has only won four of his 16 grand Slams on it, whereas Djokovic and Federer have won 8 and 10 respectively. But is it enough for him to be considered as the GOAT?Well, as an author you are not supposed to be biased. Because numbers never lie and after comparing the numbers the readers can decide themselves who they consider the greatest of all time.There are a lot of angles when it comes to talking about being the very best in the business.

I transferred all my knowledge and experience from the tour." When he was 10, in 1997, when his father brought him to the Red Star club where I was working. In an interview to The Times of India, former Serbia's Davis Cup team captain Serbia didn't have the knowledge at that time.