“Roger Federer is something of an artist,” says a billiards legend.

The decision made by the organizers of the Wimbledon tournament, which decided to exclude Russian and Belarusian tennis players from the championship, could trigger a chain reaction of the allied countries.

Indeed, in recent days, journalists from the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera have revealed important information. As the famous Italian newspaper writes, Prime Minister Mario Draghi intends to deny Russians and Belarusians access to the Foro Italico, which will be colored yellow and blue to demonstrate the closeness of the Italian people to Ukraine.

Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio spoke about the next edition of the Italian Open in Rome and the possibility of excluding Russians and Belarusians from the tournament.

He said: “We will coordinate with all our allies. At this time, it is essential to demonstrate the unity of the European Union, which condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine.”

We have no intention of starting World War III, just as NATO should not get involved in the conflict.”
Roger Federer recently delighted all his fans and supporters by announcing his provisional return to the circuit after many months of absence.

In fact, Federer’s last match was at Wimbledon last year, in 2021, where he lost in the quarterfinals to Hubert Hurkacz. He has since had surgery on his knees but is set to return in October if all goes well.

Federer is ready to return in October

Billiards legend Ronnie O’Sullivan, in a recent interview with Eurosport, believes that it is much more difficult to win tournaments playing Roger Federer’s style of tennis than Nadal or Djokovic’s.

“It’s much harder to win tournaments playing Federer’s style than Nadal’s. Nadal will make you laugh. Djokovic will make you laugh. They’re like machines, but Federer is kind of an artist.”

If you play that style in an individual sport, you risk getting knocked out or exhausted in a lot of situations,” O’Sullivan said. O’Sullivan gave his thoughts on the matter, saying that statistically, Nadal should be considered the best player in the game. world.

But at the same time, he pointed out that from a stylistic point of view, Federer had the upper hand. “Who is the greatest of all time? Statistically you could say Nadal, but the way he did it and with the style that he has, a lot of people would say that Federer is the greatest of all time. So it depends on how he does it. you do”. I want to judge, I guess,” he added.

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