The average age of tennis’ top 40 is 29.25. The average age of the top ten is on par with that at 29.10. It is hard to imagine an era that challenges that figure, highlighting the dominance of the trio of Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, and to a lesser extent Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray over a significant period of time. Three years down the track, sixteen of the forty will be aged 34 or older and almost certainly be a substantial distance past their best, and winding up their careers, or already retired. This is set to create a substantially different looking top ten, an exciting prospect for tennis devotees. By 2020, long gone will be the days where commentators have to spice up predictions by adding pointless expletives to make the segment interesting because the entire crew answer: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal or Andy Murray. Predicting a member of the big four in 2020 will be a bold enough choice alone to have heads turning from far and wide. As the era of the big four reaches its dusk, a new era of equally adept, highly skillful and as entertaining to watch players… Read full this story
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