Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal maybe dominating the men’s game at the moment, but they are not the only great players on the ATP Tour at the moment, according to world number three Alexander Zverev.
The German won his second title of the 2018 season when he beat Dominic Thiem to win the Mutua Madrid Open – his third Masters Series title despite being just 21-years-old. He also made the final of the Miami Open losing to John Isner.
Zverev is considered to be among the next generation of players coming through to take over the men’s game and he has proven himself by beating the likes of Federer and Novak Djokovic in the last 12 months. But the German wants to be better than Nadal and Federer before they retire than taking over from the current era’s big guns.
“We have so many great players at the moment - young and older generation,” Zverev told ATP World Tour when discussing the Masters winners of 2018, as quoted by the Daily Express. “So the game is at the absolute best and obviously Roger and Rafael are dominating, but there are other guys playing unbelievable tennis.”
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