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Re: Professor Groove's Top 160 Players Ever (Fed- 3, Nadal- 20, Nole- 37, Murray- 107

Originally Posted by Bashkatik View Post
Yeah, bring the old one back I think.

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Originally Posted by Slasher1985 View Post
There is too much imprecision here, nothing really official, and a lot of strange approximations from eras lacking a lot of facts. But it's your thread, so this your list, your view on the best players ever, and the effort is to be appreciated.

Originally Posted by Freak3yman84 View Post
This is too formulaic... The whole order is screwed up imho...
Care to propose an alternative?

Originally Posted by Mooza2011 View Post
Murray should be much higher. Also how do you get 1.73647364846458374577 slams or whatever?
Murray is exactly where he deserves to be. Besides, he is not even the highest ranked Murray

The fractional slams come from the pre open era. Some years had, for example, 9 slams, where each slam win would only count as 0.44 of a slam. It is all explained in the OP.

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