Recently, Rafael Nadal took part in a Q&A session at his Mallorca based academy with Spanish TV actor David Broncano. He answered general questions and went forward with the hot topics popular very much these days—especially his comparison with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
The discussions about the popular world number two’s winning streak is not ending anytime soon. Seeing Rafa’s popularity, Broncano decided to prepare a list of his own describing the future end goals of all three players, Federer, Nadal and Djokovic.
At the end of their career, the Spanish actor believes the big-3 would have 24 Grand Slam titles for Nadal, 22 for Djokovic, and 21 for Federer.
“Novak Is Little Behind In Terms Of Grand Slams”: Rafael Nadal
After which, questioning world number two about the race between the top three players, he asked, “The question of the Grand Slam, how will the race end?”
To which Nadal laughed and said, “I sign to finish with 24. Give me the paper we signed. I think you have a lot of faith in us. I don’t see that one, but I’m not going to tell you my account.”
Moreover, commenting on the comparison between all three, he says, “Time passes for everyone: for me, for Roger and Novak as well. Novak is little behind in terms of Grand Slams, but he’s the one with the longest run.”
Currently, the big three trios are heavy on the competition when it comes to Grand Slam titles. Moreover, Rafael just equaled Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam titles with his recent win at French Open 2020. However, Novak is a little short of Grand Slams with a total number of 17 titles.