- Roger Federer is argued to be the greatest tennis player of all time.
- The record for the most men’s Grand Slam titles belongs to Federer with 20.
- A recent study of ATP’s match data saw how Federer has a slight advantage over Pete Sampras and Novak Djokovic.
It has been an eventful year for tennis with the threat of the global pandemic affecting the sport’s calendar. But with everything that is happening, Roger Federer still finds himself relevant as the world’s best player.
In an analysis done by Infosys, the study looked at the percentage of points won by players in a losing effort. Throughout the data crunched, the player that stood out the most was Federer. This proves that even in the rare instances where the Swiss great loses, he remains a difficult opponent.