Since 2004, the Grand Slams have been ruled by five players and those five players are Federer, Djokovic, Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray. They have clinched 48 of them. In January, Federer claimed the Australian, but after that, the ATP Tour saw the Juan Martin Del Potro re-emergence, while John Isner claimed his first Masters 1000 title in Miami event.
With the rise to fame of Alexander Zverev over the period of 18 months as well as the constant progress of Nick Kyrgios, now the tennis looks like to be in a healthy state. Annacone now admits that the younger players coming to tennis now feel they have a chance to win when they don’t have to play against Nadal or Federer in a Grand Slam event.
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