Former ATP star Dmitry Tursunov has made a bold analysis on Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s chase for more Grand Slam titles.

As things stand, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the so-called “Big Three,” are all tied with 20 Grand Slams to their name. While the trio’s 2022 season is yet to unravel, tennis legend and World No. 7 Anett Kontaveit’s coach Dmitry Tursunov is certain Djokovic will finally exceed Federer and Nadal sooner rather than later.

According to Tursunov, Federer is unlikely to win another major because of his “age” and “style of play.” Nadal, meanwhile, is giving it all he got every game but it is a “disadvantage” as he’s risking everything in the process.

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Djokovic, on the other hand, is the most complete player who is still on course to dominate the entire sport.

“I find it hard to assume that Novak won’t win another Grand Slam. He will break the record for the number of wins, that’s not a problem for him. Roger has very little chance of winning another Major, given his age, style of play and condition,” Tursunov assessed via Tennis World USA.

“Rafa’s game is too energy-intensive, he plays every game like it’s the last. Considering his age and health, this is a disadvantage,” he continued. “The three complement each other. Djokovic has become such a strong player thanks to Federer and Nadal. He tried to find ways to overcome them, and he relied on physical preparation. He looks like a triathlete right now, he’s very meticulous.”

Djokovic’s participation in Australian Open is still unsure due to his saga with vaccination.