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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

Nalby beat the big three in the same tournament

And beat Nadal and Federer in finals (in a row)

And is 2-1 against Fed in finals
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

and so what, Nole, Rog and Nadal won last 500 slams, lol
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

Great list. I would put figures over 5 in bold lettering though, and zeros in red, for overall easier reading.
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

what is in an interesting statistic about +/- statistics, is that almost no players have a positive Head to Head against Rafael Nadal. that is pretty incredible

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what is in an interesting statistic about +/- statistics, is that almost no players have a positive Head to Head against Rafael Nadal. that is pretty incredible
hm, I'm afraid Djokovic is getting there
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

Volandri has wins over Fed/Novak and Murray but not Nadal
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

Bit interesting that Ancic had victories over all 4. He was a special player being tall but a decent mover and a very lethal serve and net skills. Definitely winning with aggressive tennis.

Soderling shares a lot with him now. Same age, almost same height, big serve, aggressive game even if Sod was more of an baseliner and Ancic more comfortable at net, especially on grass

Question is why both likely went down to mono. Maybe they both pushed themselves too hard. Maybe they both should never have gotten Fidde Rosengren as coach (is he cursed?). Maybe just worst bad luck ever.

I still hope for Soderling to beat the disease but what a shame. Both Ancic and Soderling would have racked up many wins over the top4 in full healthy careers, even in slams
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Nalby beat the big three in the same tournament

And beat Nadal and Federer in finals (in a row)

And is 2-1 against Fed in finals
And has zero slams

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what is in an interesting statistic about +/- statistics, is that almost no players have a positive Head to Head against Rafael Nadal. that is pretty incredible
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| Wins over 3+ of the Top 4. Players to reach all slam QFs+ in history. Hawkeye/Line Calls. QFs+ at Slams & Masters, but never Top 20.
Haas / The Fog / Tsonga / Brown / Mahut / Dolgo / Fed / Baker / Alund / Tursunov / Copil / Bolelli / Brands / Benneteau / Gojowczyk / Steps / PHM
Rafter / Edberg / Henman / Stich / Safin / Gambill / Grosjean / Malisse / Gonzo / Llodra / Santoro / Agassi / Schalken / Nováček / Rosewall / H-T Lee / Kuerten / Boetsch / Pavel / Sundström / Björkman / Scud / El Aynaoui / Arazi / Calleri / Sampras / Nalbandian / Mosquito / Srichaphan
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Re: Players with victories over 3+ of the top 4 (Djoko, Nadal, Fed, Murray)

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Great list. I would put figures over 5 in bold lettering though, and zeros in red, for overall easier reading.
Thanks, and nice idea, will do

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Volandri has wins over Fed/Novak and Murray but not Nadal
It's amazing how close he is to all 4 - he beat Nadal in a challenger final in '03

| Wins over 3+ of the Top 4. Players to reach all slam QFs+ in history. Hawkeye/Line Calls. QFs+ at Slams & Masters, but never Top 20.
Haas / The Fog / Tsonga / Brown / Mahut / Dolgo / Fed / Baker / Alund / Tursunov / Copil / Bolelli / Brands / Benneteau / Gojowczyk / Steps / PHM
Rafter / Edberg / Henman / Stich / Safin / Gambill / Grosjean / Malisse / Gonzo / Llodra / Santoro / Agassi / Schalken / Nováček / Rosewall / H-T Lee / Kuerten / Boetsch / Pavel / Sundström / Björkman / Scud / El Aynaoui / Arazi / Calleri / Sampras / Nalbandian / Mosquito / Srichaphan

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