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Re: Has Djokovic surpassed Stefan Edberg and/or Boris Becker?

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Of course. Chang was seriously competitive with the best of his time, reached 3 gs finals and won one, was world # 2. And he played legendary matches, Chang vs. Lendl 1989 is one of those historical events that won't be forgotten. By contrast, I wonder how many people will recall a Ferrer match in 25 years.
Or in short, Chang was an Ozeki (Champion) Ferrer is a Sekiwake. (Junior Champion) ;-)

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Current sanyaku ranked players:
Yokozuna: Novak Djokovic (Dai-Y), Andy Murray, Roger Federer (Dai-Y), [Rafael Nadal is an inactive Dai-Y]
Ozeki: Stan Wawrinka
Sekiwake: none. Komusubi: Tomas Berdych (ex-O), Milos Raonic (ex-S), Kei Nishikori (ex-S), Gael Monfils, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (ex-S), Lucas Pouille

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Ozeki:
Cilic, Del Potro, Ferrer. Sekiwake: Baghdatis, Haas, Gasquet. Komusubi: Robredo, Verdasco, Melzer, Youzhny, Janowicz, Dimitrov, Gulbis, Kyrgios, Thiem.
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