Talons B Sharp
- Sep 26, 2012
- AFL Club
There is only four…there is only four..feat…feet I mean…sheesh
Toughest generation and he’s the king. Undisputed. 8 of his majors against both Nadal and Federer.Hard to go past Novak now.
Equal with majors, beats Federer in Masters tournaments won, has the most weeks at no 1 (and should take Laver's record at some point), 5 ATP finals wins and has a winning head-to-head against both Federer and Nadal.
The Golden Slam would be an exclamation point on his credentials.
So? Federer had the benefit of reaping quite a few Slams before Novak and Nadal! Much easier facing Bagdatis, Gozalez and other muppets in Slam finals.you can paint stats anyways you like.
impressive stats in panzerman's post !!!!!!!!!
but you are picking out a point in time where roger was 30+.
and Novak greatest threat is a 35-year-old Spaniard on 1 good knee.So? Federer had the benefit of reaping quite a few Slams before Novak and Nadal! Much easier facing Bagdatis, Gozalez and other muppets in Slam finals.
Laughable (to say the least) to suggest that Djokovic has “wiped out” Nadal’s aura at the French.He was the GOAT at 15 majors.
In an era where two other players already had more Slams than him, Nole had already beaten his opponent in a final before they were on the court. Since his return from elbow injury hiatus, his record in finals has been outstanding.
There's an aura about him. Nadal had that at the french but Nole wiped that out.
He's made it clear that Slams are his focus now and all the Nadal & Fed fanbois here and everywhere have always said that the total number of slams is the defining statistic, despite all the records he already held, and his record against both Nadal and Fed in finals. Well, that defining stat will be his too.
An upstart will beat him in a Masters tourny or the end of year finals, but there is no contest in slams. He's already beaten everyone before the tournament begins. The only thing in his way is himself, such as US Open 2020.