With his tennis career seemingly winding down, fans are appreciative of any content related to a certain 20-time major champion from Switzerland. Luckily for them, global sports columnist Christopher Clarey has released a new book with a title that speaks for itself—The Master: The Long Run & Beautiful game of Roger Federer.
Clarey joined Kamau Murray this week on the TENNIS.com Podcast to discuss what went into this very detailed project, also sharing his thoughts on the Big Three and tennis as a whole. On the topic of the Big Three, the author makes it clear his thoughts on the GOAT debate.
"Greatest is a strange word... it could mean things that are not necessarily between the lines" Clarey states, citing the amount of eyeballs, business, and pleasure someone brings to the sport as an example. "If you look at it like that, Roger's still in the lead... if you're talking about inside the lines, I have to go with Novak."