"I may be a bit closer to Rafa than Novak, but at the same time, I played Novak more than Rafa. I've had two great years physically also in the last two years". I am really happy that I feel the way I am.
'Always learning'"Every generation brings something new to the table, in power, maybe in movement, maybe in tactical elements, and I'm still feeling I can. always improve. At the moment I do not see any reason to retire", he said ahead of his exhibition matches in North and South America. "I hope it's just going to be somewhat emotional I guess and nice and, I don't know, I hope it's going to be good, the whole process and not too hard".
Federer has won 20 Grand Slams, the highest by any male singles player, in his professional career of more than 20 years. "There's no rules to it".
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"I've got to keep on playing at the level like I have this year, and then I will create some chances".
Zverev, like Federer, Djokovic and Nadal, were all eliminated in the group phase of the finals which were won by 21-year-old Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas. "But at the same time, with experience also you can savour the moments more", he added.
"It's quite special at the same time that the three of us are doing what we are doing", he said. Federer was originally slated to play Juan Martin del Potro, but the popular Argentine had to pull out of the exhibition event due an injury setback. There is nobody who's played ever as well as Roger Federer at 38.
Overall, Federer has a losing record against both players, although a third of his losses against Nadal have been on clay.