"What I like about the young guys like Matteo here qualifying for the first time, it goes away from just saying like: 'Oh, we have some talented players on the tour, '" Federer told reporters.
"I usually go on holiday during that week but I knew it was a great opportunity to play in front of new crowds and see a part of the world that I do not really know".
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic agree with hailed the expeditiously-rising subsequent era of gamers, asserting the model forward for tennis is "in precisely correct hands" earlier than the starting up of the ATP Finals.
"We're all younger", said the 21-three hundred and sixty five days-faded.
Nadal, who has never won the ATP Finals despite his trophy-laden career, dethroned Djokovic from the top of the rankings this week. "I will be happy to keep competing with them for a while, and then I will be happy to watch it on TV". But we appreciate each one's game, each one plays differently and it's quite interesting to see so many varieties.
"I think we'll see those kinds of surprises many more times in the future", he added.
And compared to the previous generation, from which only Juan Martin del Potro and Marin Cilic won Grand Slam titles, this group of youngsters seems to be a cut above, a feeling not lost on Djokovic, Nadal and Federer. "I you should not feel it truly is contradictory at all". "I don't think he will".
The 33-year-old qualified for the season Finals for the 15th consecutive year but is still waiting for his maiden title in the event.
The Spaniard said this week that he had had a scan in Mallorca after straining an abdominal muscle and would work on adapting his serve but he remained bullish about featuring at the ATP Finals after missing out a year ago with an injury. "It's healthy for the sport and I think they are super good".
"At the end of the working day I assume with age and expertise I can be confident about what I do in coaching", Federer explained. They show good values.
Federer has been leaking his 2020 gradually over the past few months and has already committed to play all the Grand Slams plus some other major events such as the Olympics, but now he's confirmed that he's decided not to play any tournaments in the run up to the 2020 Australian Open. So hopefully we are the ones, maybe with some other guys as well, with (Canada's) Denis Shapovalov now playing great tennis.
"I mediate the subsequent two or three years are very involving for the reason that other guys are gentle there and taking half within nearly definitely the greatest tennis within the area".