Roger Federer’s coach sent message to Federer and Nadal fans

Roger Federer’s coach Severin Luthi reveals his reaction after Nadal 19th Slam win

The debate on Grand Slam race is just got fired after the win of Rafael Nadal

in the US Open against Daniil Medvedev as He won his 19th Grand Slam title.

The Spaniard is just 1 grand slam behind Roger Federer who has the history

record of winning 20 Grand Slam titles.

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Roger Federer’s coach Severin Luthi admitted that the win of Nadal in the US Open

did not make any stress for Roger Federer to be caught in his Grand Slam record.

and also mentioned that Roger Federer focus only on himself and has big respect for

his opponent and friend Rafael Nadal.

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“No, I don’t think Federer stressed about the Grand Slam issue,”

“Roger focuses only on himself. And He has a lot of respect for Rafael and knows what it takes to win that many titles.

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The Swiss captain also mentioned that He did not see his player stressed

As a result, He will not be destroyed if Rafa Nadal makes the 20 slam at any time.

because he only focuses on what is coming for him and what He should do in the future.

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“I don’t see him in any way stressed. He won’t be completely destroyed if Rafa makes the 20.”

this is how the tennis greats behave in this kind of issue.

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In the end, The great man Luthi sent a message to Federer and Nadal fans

and this is good for them to enjoy and especially with these two great champions,

“It’s good for the fans. Especially the ones who thought it was all over when Roger had 16 or 17 and Rafa had 14,” he added.

Luthi praised all of Nadal and Federer for what they achieved after people said they are done when they stopped in 16 and 14 slams record.

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