The trio have cruised into the quarter-finals of Wimbledon, all winning in straight sets in the fourth round, with Federer the most impressive as he dropped just five games against Matteo Berrettini.
Despite the big three getting older, their dominance over the sport remains the same – winning the last 10 Grand Slams – though Djokovic admits something will have to give eventually.
He told reporters: I think we are working as hard as anybody really to be there. I think the experience we have helps confidence, everything that we have achieved in our careers obviously we carry onto the court, then most of the players feel that, feel pressure.
For us its another match on the centre stage that weve experienced so many times. I think thats one of the reasons why we, I guess, feel comfortable being there and managing to play our best consistently.
Now, after that, it takes hours of training, preparation, recovery. Its a lifestyle really. Dedication truly pays off. I guess each one of us top three guys is different, but I think we share that in common, that we just love the game and we are very dedicated to it.
We have high aims all the time. I dont think any one of us plays for fun or to just be part of the tour. We play there to be the best in the world. I think competitiveness between us has escalated over the years, has brought us to that level where we are still competing.
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