Novak Djokovic has the most wins in the Big 3 clashes against his rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Nadal is 53 while Federer is only 39. Speaking of the GOAT, a survey conducted by Eurosport recently showed who is the biggest among the Big 3 in the opinion of their audience.

The winner was Novak Djokovic, who received 51% of the total votes cast by 4,662 respondents. Some think that the GOAT debate should be settled by the number of Grand Slam titles, while others argue that Federer is “tennis” and that he is the GOAT no matter what.

“People always like to compare. I see it every day with my twins. Unintentionally, they are compared. You shouldn’t, ever,” Federer told The Associated Press. “Naturally, we do the same in tennis. I am my own career, my own player, who needed those challenges.

They needed a challenger like me. We made each other better. So at the end of the day, we’ll all shake hands and say, ‘That was amazing. Now, is anyone going to be happier than the other? I mean, at times, maybe “McEnroe on the GOAT choice between Federer, Nadal and Djokovic.

This year, McEnroe told Eurosport his opinion on the GOAT choice between the big three. “If I had to choose the GOAT of tennis among these guys I would divide them, in my opinion, between the greatest on grass, Roger, the most tireless player, Novak, and the greatest on clay, Rafa,” said McEnroe.

Doubles legend Mike Bryan also weighed in on the GOAT debate: “It’s not easy to determine exactly who the GOAT is, but I’d pick Roger Federer. In the years he dominated, he only lost a handful of matches in the entire season.

The way he played was incredibly fluid. Roger has always had the ability not to sweat, he would compare him to a zen master. Also, I’ve always liked his relaxed attitude in the locker room. Before playing the Wimbledon final, he would laugh and joke in the locker room as if it were a Sunday afternoon in the park.”

Novak Djokovic is a true champion

Novak Djokovic is known for his extraordinary mental strength, something that has helped establish him as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. “It comes from appreciating life and these kinds of circumstances, knowing what it feels like to have nothing and then have so much in life.

That gives you perspective to respect everything that comes with a more positive and humble attitude. It’s not always something that helps me, but it makes it prevail when I use it,” he added.

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