Australian Tennis star reveals excitement over Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer’s retirement: “Without big three, I expect a very open phase”

The topic of Novak ‘Djoker’ Djokovic, Rafael ‘Rafa’ Nadal, and Roger ‘Jesus-Fed’ Federer’s impending retirement in the ever-changing world of tennis has aroused interest and expectation about what lies ahead for the game. Rising tennis player Alex De Minaur recently expressed his excitement about the prospective changes to the tennis scene in an interview.

A more open phase of the game is something he enthusiastically anticipates and finds particularly fascinating. As tennis says goodbye to its iconic trio, a new age of potential and challenges begins, captivating the interest of both players and spectators.

Alex De Minaur anticipates Djokovic, Nadal’s farewell after Federer

The future of tennis following the retirement of the illustrious Big Three—Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer—was a topic that Alex De Minaur recently covered in an interview. He expressed optimism about the potential for a more competitive phase of tennis, calling it more thrilling personally. De Minaur hopes to be one of the athletes that can fill the void left by the Big Three when they leave the circuit.


In terms of his personal growth and long-term objectives, the Australian player hopes to go farther in major competitions by consistently making it to the second week of play. De Minaur doesn’t think the switch from grass to hard courts was particularly difficult, although he did take some time off after Wimbledon to recover both physically and mentally.

Playing on hard courts seems natural to him, and he thinks that getting back to his normal movements will allow him to keep going after his ambitions. De Minaur is eager to tackle the difficulties presented by the post-Big Three era of tennis with a determined mindset and a focus on personal growth.

When did Roger Federer retire?

During the Laver Cup, tennis legend Roger Federer bid a tearful and emotional farewell to his illustrious professional career. When the Swiss superstar teamed up with Rafael Nadal, a legendary foe he has battled on the court for years, the London O2 Arena fans gave him a warm standing ovation.

Tennis great and 20-time Grand Slam singles champion Roger Federer expressed his joy and thanks on this historic day. The ‘Fedal’ team gave it their all and came close to winning their doubles match against Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe, but ultimately fell short. Fans all over the world found Federer’s farewell match to be an emotional and unforgettable event.

Roger Federer

Federer’s remarkable 25-year career came to an end, but his reputation as a tennis superstar will endure, as both spectators and opposing players were moved by his poignant goodbye. During his remarks, Federer struggled to contain his tears as he said, “It’s been the perfect journey.  I’d do it all again.”

How would the tennis scene look to you without the big three? Let us know your opinions in the comments section.



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