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Re: Murray joined Tsonga as the only men to beat Federer, Nadal and Djokovic at Slams

Originally Posted by Topspindoctor View Post
Nadal/Olderer/Djoker = 34 slams

Mugray/Del Bashtro/Bershit/Clownga = 2 slams

And people still think beating the big 3 in a slam means something when all you have is 2 fluked slams to show for it.
The problems those guys have chronically had is beating the 'Big 3' back to back. When Tsonga beat Nadal at AO, he lost to Nole in the final. Beat Federer at Wimbledon, lost to Nole in semis. Beat Nole at AO, lost to Federer in semis. Murray beat Nadal at USO 2008 and AO 2010, lost to Federer, and so so...

Only Del Potro and Berdych managed to get back to back wins. Unfortunately for Berdych, after beating Federer and Djokovic, he had Nadal waiting in the final.

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Suicide Tennis (5): Wimbledon 2014, World Tour Finals 2015, Madrid 2015, Kuala Lumpur 2014 and Metz 2015 - 1 Slam, 1 WTF, 1 Masters 1000, 2 ATP 250; 2 finals lost

Fill-in-the-Draw (5): US Open 2014, Rotterdam 2013, Geneva 2015, Sydney 2016 and Buenos Aires 2016 - 1 Slam, 1 ATP 500 and 3 ATP 250

Tennis Tipping (3): Veneza and Todi 2014 (with vn01), Knoxville 2015 (with Redkop) - 3 challengers; 7 finals lost
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