“#Tennis has changed, it is better today. It is more physical, played a little bit quicker and it is due to technology with racquets with strings, the knowledge is better today (on) how to train, the nutrition is better today and lot of things have improved,” #Edberg said.
The #Swede, known for his brilliant serve and volley game, also said if anyone who can equal #RogerFederer’s feat of winning 20 #GrandSlams are #Novak #Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
#Federer currently holds the world record for winning 20 Grand Slams in men’s singles and has appeared in 30 finals. At 36, he is also the oldest world number one player.
“There have been a lot of great players throughout here, but if you look at his (Roger Federer’s) record, the most at number one (for) number of weeks, the most Grand Slams. He is probably the greatest players of all-times,” Edberg, who was world number one for 72 weeks, said.