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“Roger Federer is the GOAT,” says Djokovic former coach

"Roger Federer is the GOAT" says Djokovic former coach
"Roger Federer is the GOAT" says Djokovic former coach
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Novak Djokovic former coach believes that Roger Federer is the GOAT

The debate on The Greatest Tennis player of all time appeared for a long time,

some say It’s Rafael Nadal, and some says it’s Novak Djokovic, but many says it’s Roger Federer.

For that, Djokovic former coach and the German legend Boris Becker opened up on this issue

and praised Roger Federer and mentioned that He is the Greatest of All time.

‘ For me it’s clear that is Roger Federer is the GOAT,” Boris said.

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Boris Becker praised Severin Luthi’s efforts with Roger Federer

“Roger Federer has worked with the same coach, Severin Luthi, from the beginning.

“Yes, he has Ljubicic, and he had Edberg, but his first coach is the same guy,”

“And Roger is the first one to say: ‘Without Severin Luthi, I wouldn’t be the same player I am.”

“I want to talk about the role of a coach for a tennis player. I think it’s a little bit underestimated.”

“Me, for one, I have benefited from all the great coaches that I have had.”

“I’ve learned a lot more with them than without them,” Becker added.

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Also, Severin Luthi confirms that Roger Federer is not retiring in 2021

After the knee surgery The Swiss champion had early this year, He set to come back to the tour on last July,

but by that time, He [Roger] had to make another operation on his knee,

this makes the question of retirement appear again in the Tennis world.

For that, Severin Luthi confirmed that his player does not think about retiring in 2021 season.

Roger still loves life on the circuit, I’ve never heard him say that he should stop because he wants a change of lifestyle or that he’s tired of traveling,”

“Nothing can be 100 percent ruled out but given that he still loves tennis and the time he spends with the friends that he has everywhere, I don’t think he’s thinking of retiring in 2021,” Luthi said.