"Roger Federer may be the most talented in history because he plays the most beautiful" - says Fernando Verdasco

Fernando Verdasco battled Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic many times and he feels the Swiss ace might be the most talented one.

Watching Federer play tennis is why many young kids picked up a racquet in the first place. The fluidity with which the Swiss plays has been playing over the years is matched by no one and that is why his tennis is often called the pretties of all. Fernando Verdasco had a chance to see it from up close many times and he tends to agree:

"Federer may be at first glance the most talented in history because he's the one who plays the most beautiful, but I'm sure he's trained very hard; Nadal, let's not talk; Djokovic, the same."

According to the Spanish player, all three of the big three clearly worked really hard to get where they are because you simply can't achieve the level that they have achieved without putting in much work. He also added that all players work hard but some simply take the dedication to a crazy level which allows them to rise above the rest due to their natural talent as well.

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