he is afterall, one of the greats. And to be honest, your acting like nadals going to be making finals of every slam for the next 2-3 years. I do not know if that is likely... federer will capitalize.
I don't expect Nadal to win every slam for the next 2-3 years but you have to expect him to win the MAJORITY especially grass and clay and can't expect Fed to keep his results passed this year or next. He doesn't have the stranglehold on the hardcourt slams of course but Djokovic and Murray are still at their best on hardcourts, and you never know there maybe finally someone else who gets into the into the mix with the top 4. Fed isn't getting better, only getting older and you can't expect him to dominate and win slam after slam.
And even though he is giving alot of lip service to the media, Im sorry I just can't see Fed ACCEPTING just sitting there watching all the younger bucks winning the slams while he continues to decline with age.
I can see Fed winning 1-2 more slams reasonably, but to continue to play well into his 30s, only to see his skills decline, see his results decline and watch everyone else win slams? 5-9 more years of that? Fed is not going to do that.
Agassi performed well into his 30s but people also FORGET, he took a 3 year hiatus which actually helped him. But what he was accomplishing in his 30s, he should have been accomplishing in his 30s. Another thing people forget that the two Australian Opens Agassi on his 30s consisted of CRAP DRAWS. If he would have saw some great players on the other side of the net he probably wouldn't have won a slam after the 2000 Australian Open when he was 29 years old. Today the field is better then it was in 2001 and 2003. Fed has also been carrying the burden being at the top the last 6-7 years without a break. Agassi is an exception to the rule, not the rule.