Rafael Nadal has just won his 12th Roland Garros and the 18th slam of his immense career following another incredible run in Paris.
After this feat, the Spanish sensation is “just” 2 slams shy from Roger Federer that has won 20 majors while Novak Djokovic has 15 slams under his belt.
The world no.173 and 2014 junior Wimbledon champion, Noah Rubin, posted a tweet criticizing the current state of tennis and predicting a bleak future for the sport after the Big4 (or Big3 ?) will retire saying “If you think tennis is in trouble now, just wait until “The Big 4” are gone. Then you will truly see how far behind we are.”
Shapovalov optimistic about the future of tennis
Denis Shapovalov (rightly so) disagreed with the statement saying
“I Disagree bro. So many talented players on the rise that are fun to watch. Tennis is in good hands.”
I Disagree bro. So many talented players on the rise that are fun to watch. Tennis is in good hands.
— Denis Shapovalov (@denis_shapo) June 9, 2019
.. just to name some… It will be fun
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