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Australian Open 2019: Roy Emerson tips Rafael Nadal joining them and as Rod Laver wins double career Grand Slam winner



In total fear, tennis legend Roy Emerson, Rafael Nadal, is trying to win the second Australian Open Crown to join the sport's most exclusive club and to pursue the quest for Roger Federer's record of 20 Grand Slam singles crows.

Without leaving any set, Irrians can not stop Nadal from playing their own in the final and predict that the Majorcan Marvel will return after four months of fairytale tour events such as the 2017 Federer.

If he does, Nadal will join Emerson and Rod Laver, because only men have won four Grand Slam events, which are at least twice.

"He deserves to be there, oh," Emerson told you on Friday.

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The second win in Melbourne, his mind-buggling 11 in Paris, two in Wimbledon, and three in New York, along with Federer's only two shy Nadal will be given 18 major.

It is not surprising that the man's record of man's 12 Grand Slam singles titles for 33 years until Queensland was adopted by Pete Sampraz, in 2001, is believed to be a game between Nadal and Federer.

"11 times win French, it's ridiculous," Emerson said. "No one will defeat them again in French or Monte Carlo. They hold tournament (soil court) so they will win French again."

Both Djokovic and Federer need to win the French Open once again to receive a double Grand Slam of Career.

If Emerson is right, he will lead Nadal to Wimbledon and give him an opportunity to catch Federer within two months after 33 years.

"She's going around for a short time and she'll leave a very harsh court," Emerson said.

"Roger has the best chance (to be ahead) Wimbledon and the other two are in hard courts, so they got a good chance there.

"But in his age it is a bit more difficult on the hard surface."

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