Current world number one Rafael Nadal hasn’t ruled out teaming up with Roger Federer in a top-level doubles event in the future, the Daily Express report.
Nadal and Federer competed alongside each other in a doubles match for Team Europe at the inaugural Laver Cup last year in Prague.
Both currently look in fine form at the All England Club and could meet in the final of Wimbledon, after sailing through the first week.
The pair, who haven’t met at Wimbledon since their epic five set final back in 2008, have both gone through their first three matches without dropping a set.
However, when asked if he would ever team up with Federer in a top-level doubles event, Nadal refused to rule out the possibility.
You never know. You can’t say never. Probably something that will be nice if happened six years ago, seven years ago, that we were younger.
Today’s a little bit more difficult. But why not? He is able to do it, I am able to do it.
Nadal, who will retain his world number one ranking after Wimbledon, is set to take on Czech Republic’s Jiri Vesely on Monday in the fourth-round while Federer entertains France’s Adrian Mannarino.