'Tough to argue against his resume': Andy Roddick's surprising GOAT prediction

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
Roger Federer (pictured left) and Andy Roddick (pictured right) at Wimbledon. (Getty Images)

Andy Roddick played against Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic and has answered who he thinks could end up as the ‘Greatest Of All Time’ in the race between the ‘Big Three’.

20-time Grand Slam winner Federer had an imposing 21-3 head-to-head record over the American throughout their careers and Roddick currently claims the Swiss maestro is the current GOAT.

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But Roddick said if Djokovic’s current trajectory takes him level or he eclipses Federer’s Grand Slam record, than the World No.1 would also have to be considered the best due to his superior head-to-head record.

"Right now for me, it is Roger and Serena," Roddick told Tennis 365.

"[But] if Novak somehow gets to the point where he is tied for the all-time slams record with Rafa and Roger then it becomes very important on the head-to-head and Masters titles.

“To have a winning head-to-head record against Roger, Rafa, [Andy] Murray - if Novak is tied on total Slams at the end, it is going to be really tough to argue against his resume."

Djokovic has an incredible winning record of 27-23 against Federer and 29-26 against Nadal.

Djokovic’s incredible donation

Tennis world No.1 Djokovic has pledged one million euros ($A1.8 million) to buy ventilators and other medical equipment in his native Serbia, joining a list of other athletes in the fight against coronavirus.

The virus has brought sporting events around the world to a halt and killed more than 24,000 people.

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Rafael Nadal had called on Spanish athletes to help raise 11 million euros ($A20 million) to help fight the pandemic while Roger Federer contributed one million Swiss Francs ($A1.7 million) to vulnerable families in his native Switzerland.

"I wish to express my gratitude to all the medical staff across the world and in my native Serbia for helping everyone infected by the coronavirus," Djokovic told Serbian media over a video conference from Marbella, Spain.