Don't be ridiculous. There are lots of other great players who won big titles being beyond 30. Nothing against Federer but he is not that special.
I was talking about a 52 weeks span not their entire career while in their 30's.
Federer is still playing so I can't evaluate his entire career as a whole. I was pointing out how these impressive results that garnered him the #1 ranking in the past 52 weeks. Yes, it's the most impressive 52 weeks span than any other 30 year old.
I mean if any other of the younger players managed that feat in the past 52 weeks, we would be excited that finally another young gun would be stepping it up. I'm sure any player in the top 20 (and their fans) beside Nadal or Nole, would trade the past 52 weeks results by Federer for their own record if they could.