Roger Federer won’t lose sleep over Rafael Nadal catching up in the Grand Slam stakes, says Severin Luthi

Roger Federer won’t be losing any sleep over whether Rafael Nadal can match his record 20 Grand Slam singles titles, based on his coach Severin Luthi that is long-term.
The Spaniard maintained a French Open title this year followed by the usa Open to close in around the Swiss.
His latest success has re-energised the GOAT (greatest of all time) disagreement with Nadal, who’s 19 slams, awaiting his very best.
Never behind Federer, who wasted two match points from Novak Djokovic inside this year’s Wimbledon final has Nadal been only one Grand Slam title in his profession.
“No, that I really do not believe he stresses (about Nadal catching up him ),” Swiss Luthi, who’s toured with Federer since 2007.
“He targets himself. He knows what it takes to acquire that many titles and has a lot of respect for Rafa.
“I really don’t see him in any manner stressed. He won’t be totally destroyed if Rafa makes the 20.”
Luthi said tennis lovers must savour viewing the two greats, as opposed to obsess about who’s superior.
“It’s fantastic for the fans. Especially the ones who thought it was over when Roger had 16 or 17 and Rafa had 14.”
If Europe take on the Rest of the World federer and Nadal will join forces this week at the Laver Cup in Geneva.

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