In one of the most recent ATP Tennis TV's YouTube videos they gathered the world's top players to ask them who could be a weightlifter. The video of course evoked the most interesting responses from Daniil Medvedev, Matteo Berrettini and the list goes on.

Medvedev went first in picking and his answer was definitely surprising.

"Who is like super strong? Reilly [Opelka] I guess? I mean he's a bit too tall, I don't think they're this tall," he said.

The Russian went on to add perhaps fellow countryman Karen Khachanov would be better suited as he often posts Instagram stories of his workouts and appears to be somewhat of a gym rat. Medvedev believes with a little bit of instruction and practice he could eventually compete.

Diego Schwartzman kept with the trend of Russians.

"A Russian guy...Karatsev" he said laughingly.

Apparently it's his strong legs and overall strength that makes him a major candidate for the role. As for Matteo Berrettini, he knew instantly his body doesn't necessarily give off weight-lifter energy.

"No, you have to be strong for that. My legs cannot take a lot of weight," he said with a smile.

All in all, it seems Rafael Nadal was a crowed favorite. Alex de Minaur, Dan Evans and Alexander Zverev all had the 20-time major champion on their radar. Who can forget the early 2000s Rafa, with the cutoff shirts revealing his perfectly cut arms? In all honestly, after decades on the tour and at 35-years-old, Nadal certainly looks like he still does some heavy lifting.