(Sports news – Tennis news) Out of the age of 30, not many players have won the ATP titles. However, in history, Rod Laver has done very well that task.
Won the ATP title beyond the age of 30: Nadal, Federer “breathe smoke” legend
After winning the US Open 2019, Nadal set a record as the first player in history to win up to 5 Grand Slams in singles at the age of 30 onwards. Earlier, Nadal also won four such noble titles when in his 30s like Ken Rosewall, Rod Laver, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. In addition, the Spanish tennis player also has 16 titles of ATP.
However, Nadal’s number 16 is much lower than the legendary Rod Laver. Specifically, after turning 30 in the first season in the Open Era (1968), the former Australian tennis player won 47 titles, including a Grand Slam in 1969.
With 36 titles in his 30s, “Express train” Federer is the second on the list. In spite of having just undergone knee surgery, the Swiss tennis player is likely to come back sooner than expected to prepare for the pitching season.
In the last 6/7 seasons, Federer has remained one of the top players in the world and continues to fight for the highest title in the tennis industry even though he is 38 years old.
And if Pancho Gonzalez and Ken Rosewall had ever peaked at the age of 38 or 40, Federer is now ready to break those records. As the physical, nutritional and advanced level is higher, it will not be difficult for the next generation as Roger Federer to bring strange things to tennis.
The third name is Ken Rosewall with 33 ATP titles. Despite turning 34 in 1968, that didn’t stop the former player from taking eight Grand Slam titles.
In the following rankings, respectively, belong to Arthur Ashe, Rafael Nadal, Andre Agassi and Jimmy Connors. All 4 players above have only 20 ATP titles or less. However, Rafael Nadal is the current top tennis player and can continue to improve his performance.
With his forte on the clay court, Nadal only needs 4 more ATP titles to catch up with Arthur Ashe and has a great ability to surpass Federer in terms of Grand Slam titles.
|7 players with the most ATP titles beyond the age of 30:Rod Lavers – 47Roger Federer – 36Ken Rosewa – 33Arthur Ashe – 20Rafael Nadal – 16Andre Agassi – 15Jimmy Connors – 14|
The backhand star like Federer
When he was 3 years old, his strange predestined relationship helped Ethan to have a chance to practice with Nadal. Until the clip of this 6-year-old boy appeared, the social network continued to “wake up” when witnessing Ethan’s beating. left hand just like Federer. Even ATP‘s Twitter page also uploads those videos with the question “Do you think, this is Federer or Wawrinka in the future?”.
Barcelona Open regretted not being able to welcome Nadal due to Covid-19
ATP has recently decided to stop all tournaments in the system within 6 weeks, which makes the Barcelona Open, despite just announcing the previously scheduled list, was unable to welcome Nadal to the tournament. Jordi Cambra, head of the tournament, said: “He is an icon, a model for all to learn. We are looking forward to welcoming Nadal back in 2021.”
Uncle Toni admits to being too strict with Rafael Nadal
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