Wake up people, Rafa is not done yet.
Ok - keep telling yourself that. At the end of the day when people look back at the records they will see 5 losses for Federer in 2006, 4 to an all time great and 1 to another great player (I presume Murray will win a slam and even if not his many Masters gives him some part in the history of the sport...). They'll look at who Novak lost to and say "Who was Tipsarevic? And who's this Nishikori that bagelled him?" (Unless Nishikori turns out to be a future GOAT!). Federer played at/near his best all of 2006 - Novak could only keep going till the US Open being AWOL for over 2 months of the season. I understand why and I don't blame him for getting tired but it still counts.
I'm not saying those guys beat the best Novak, clearly not - but if you have injuries or you're fatigued that doesn't show up on the record. I would put Nadal's Mayer & Dodig losses down to mental fatigue but ultimately he lost & it's on his record too... So Djokovic lost to all of those players, no matter what factors were involved.
so you prove your point by diminishing Nole's opponents. Nice one. Just one thing, don't forget that when people look back they might also remember a 10-1 h2h against FEDAL
aka the tennis greatest,
I also think that Fed 2006 season was better than Nole's, but you're perspective is more than biased and I believe you don't see the big picture here.
You can obviously say that I am also biased, I am. But The difference is that I do know that my player's season was not
the best, yet it had moments and statistics that were far more impressive than Roger's 2006.