Published On: Sat, May 9th, 2020

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic ‘GOAT’ debate conundrum posed by Ivan Lendl | Tennis | Sport

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“I don’t think so because we have two different eras,” he told WWOS.

“In my mind, there is one guy from the pre-Open tennis era even though he won his second Grand Slams in the post Open era but played most of his tennis in the pre Open era, won eleven majors, two Grand Slams and even if he had not won the Grand Slam in 1962, he would have won his share of majors between 1962 and 1968, and that’s Rod Laver.

“I think he is the best in the pre-Open era. And then you have the Open era where it is much easier to judge, and you just go by the records and we have a hell of a fight for who it will eventually be.

“I don’t think you can compare the two, you have to separate them.”

But Lendl, who has coached Andy Murray and Alexander Zverev, did he admit he is eager to see who will eventually finish with the most major titles.

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