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Boris Becker - a former Wimbledon Champion and current Coach of Novak Djokovic - declares Roger Federer G.O.A.T.

"Roger Federer has already won Wimbledon 7 times and has been World No.1 for a very long time. He didn't really need another title, he is the greatest of all time and I have a lot of respect and admiration for him. With his comeback in the 4th set, he showed clearly why he deserves the G.O.A.T. status. He loves to compete and he is a great ambassador for tennis. Kids should take as an example what he did in his career and how he managed to overcome complicated situations, as he did against Novak in the final in London," Becker said.

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Defending US Open Champion Rafael Nadal Withdrew From US Open due to a right wrist injury.

"I am very sorry to announce I won't be able to play at this year's US Open. I am sure you understand that it is a very tough moment for me since it is a tournament I love and where I have great memories from fans, the night matches, so many things," the 28 year old Spaniard who injured his writst during practice in Mallorca said. "Not much more I can do right now, other than accept the situation and, as always in my case, work hard in order to be able to compete at the highest level once I am back."

Ken Rosewall (1971), Pete Sampras i(2003) and Juan Martin del Potro (2010) are US Champions who did not return the following year to defend their titles.

FEDERER UNVEILS HIS US OPEN FASHION & NEW WILSON 'beterrer' RACKET SERIES

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