Goran Ivanisevic and Marcos Baghdatis, who spoke with Sky Sports before the Australian Open, explained which young players would think they would win the Grand Slam first.
They argued that the next generation of players could create surprises and win majors by 2020, even if Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer were the biggest tournament favorites.
Former Wimbledon champion Ivanisevic, who currently trains Novak Djokovic, praised Daniil Medvedev.
The previous second place in the world said, I like Tsitsipas more and he is my favorite player, but Medvedev thinks he has shown him dangerous in 2019.
Dangerous and ready, 2020 will be a great year.
Meanwhile, Baghdatis, who finished eighth in the ATP singles rankings, believes that Stefanos Tsitsipas is likely to win the major. “I think Stef can do it.
Daniel Evans: I wish I could meet Novak Djokovic .
Surprising to me, I think I’m ready. That doesn’t mean I won’t see him win. I don’t want you to push yourself if you can’t win. When ready, the Grand Slam will come.
ATP Finals is not the same tournament as Grand Slams. People confuse ATP Finals with Grand Slams. The pressure to win Grand Slams is one day between games, so your mind is working I do.
It is a completely different tournament. Someday it will happen and I think he will win multiple races, Cyprus concluded.