“They made a 23-year career seem normal,” said Andy Roddick, honoring legends Roger Federer and Serena Williams.

In a recent interview with Tennis Channel, Professional player Andy Roddick discussed the importance Serena Williams and Roger Federer for sport. Invited to chat with Old World No.1. Caroline Wozniacki for the popular TV show’Honoring Legends’.

During the show, both former tennis players spoke at length about the impact of the 20-time Grand Slam champion and the 23-time Grand Slam champion. Andy Roddick also called both tennis players ‘greedy’ She made the point when it comes to winning Grand Slams and also that they both have long careers and effectively make her look beautiful.normal’.

“Well, I don’t think you could, and they both did it their own way. There was Serena from Compton who opened tennis to an entire minority girls and women’s country, and her influence. Go with Roger’s job where you don’t have to punch someone in the nose because he’s the world’s No. like he does.” said.

“Both in their own way, with their own style, with their own personalities, they were both very, very greedy about their Grand Slam titles but my god we’re so lucky to see them at the tennis and Paul game.” We talked about them as long as we had them. They made a 23-year career seem normal.” He added, continuing the chain of thought.

Andy Roddick has played against Roger Federer a total of 24 times and has three wins against him. He and Serena Williams are good friends.

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The Influence of Serena Williams and Roger Federer

Roger Federer and Serena Williams with their respective 2017 Australian Open Cups
Roger Federer and Serena Williams with their respective 2017 Australian Open Cups

Both Roger Federer and Serena Williams have won 43 Grand Slam singles titles in total, but their impact is beyond all stats.

Both players played and thrived as tennis solidified its position as a global sport. But the Swiss and American have grown in popularity with their talent and incredible talent. Both players dominated the sport in the first two decades of 21.st century, and tennis as a sport has become synonymous with these legends.

8 times Wimbledon The champion has garnered the love and support of millions throughout his long career. His supremacy has been challenged from time to time by Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka, among others. But he still managed to win the hearts of tennis fans all over the world.

The 7-time Australian Open champion boasts a huge fan base boasting millions of followers on her official social media accounts. She has succeeded to become world No. 1 against names like Ashleigh Barty, Maria Sharapova and Caroline Wozniacki, among others.

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