Steve Kerr says Roger Federer told the Warriors how he stays motivated

and that Stephen Curry has followed suit

– Steve Kerr said Stephen Curry and the Warriors drew inspiration from a meeting with Roger Federer.

Kerr said Federer told the team that he loves his routine and the work required to play tennis

Curry agreed, saying he gets lost in the work he does to prepare

for the game's biggest moments.

– Carlos Alcaraz is tennis' next big superstar.

The teenager has already won four titles this year

And now has his eyes on the French Open.

– "I want to win it," he said. "And I am ready for it."

Kerr said the 20-time Slam winner met the Warriors during a preseason visit to China years ago

and described how the love of his routine helped keep him motivated to keep playing tennis.

"Draymond asked him, "How have you been doing this for 20 years?" Kerr recalled.

"And his answer was just simple, yet profound. He said, 'I love my daily ritual.' He said

'I get up, make my kids breakfast, drop them off at school, go train

and I've figured out the right training methods to keep me in the best position at my age.

I love competing.' He said