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Stan Wawrinka Insinuates Federer Better Than Nadal And Djokovic

Stan Wawrinka Insinuates Federer Better Than Nadal And Djokovic

Stan Wawrinka was all gaga about Roger Federer in a question-answer session on Instagram. The 34-year-old said that his compatriot Roger Federer is the “greatest of all time.”

The Swiss put a story on his official Instagram account saying, ” Go for the questions! I will answer tonight.”  Wawrinka’s fans from all around the world flourished questions to him and Stan answered them quite attractively.

Stan Wawrinka was asked, “Do you have any plans to team up with Roger Federer in Olympics 2020?” Wawrinka answered, posting a photo of him and Federer hugging each other during the Davis Cup 2014 Finals, ” I would Love that.”

Stan Wawrinka and Roger Federer

Earlier, Stan Wawrinka had declined the offer of playing the Laver Cup 2019 in Geneva. Wawrinka had an opportunity to play with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in Team Europe but unfortunately, things didn’t work out for him.

Stan Wawrinka was also asked about “who is the greatest of all time?” The Swiss had no doubts about it as he answered “Roger Federer” as the Greatest of all time (GOAT). Someone asked Stan to tell him some “good point of Switzerland”. Stan replied without any hesitations, ” Roger Federer”.

Stan once again showed his love for the 20-time grand slam champion when he was asked, “Who’s a better player, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic?”  Stan Wawrinka answered, “Roger Federer, Ah sorry was not an option.” 

Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka also praised Novak Djokovic in one of his stories. One question came up about “Who got the best backhand in the ATP World?” Wawrinka was on point in answering the question. He tagged Novak Djokovic on a picture of him and Djokovic in an answer to this question.

The Swiss was knocked out of the Geneva Open 2019. Stan Wawrinka was toppled by Damir Dzumhur 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the second round of the Geneva Open. The 34-year-old has been a two time champion in Geneva. Wawrinka now aims to improve his first round performance at the French Open 2019. He has previously won the 2015 Roland Garros and reached the finals in French Open 2019.


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