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Head to head between top 4 on each surface

Federer vs Nadal 10/18
Clay : 2/12
Grass : 2/1
Indoor : 4/0
Hard outdoor : 2/5

Federer vs Djokovic 14/10
Clay : 3/1
Indoor : 3/1
Hard outdoor : 8/8

Federer vs Murray 7/8
Indoor : 3/2
Hard outdoor : 4/6

Nadal vs Djokovic 16/14
Clay : 9/2
Grass : 2/1
Indoor : 2/2
Hard outdoor : 3/9

Nadal vs Murray 13/5
Clay : 4/0
Grass : 3/0
Indoor : 2/1
Hard outdoor : 4/4

Djokovic vs Murray 7/5
Clay : 2/0
Indoor : 1/0
Hard outdoor : 4/5

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Re: Head to head between top 4 on each surface

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Federer vs Nadal 10/18
Hard outdoor : 2/5

Nadal vs Djokovic 16/14
Hard outdoor : 3/9

Nadal vs Murray 13/5
Hard outdoor : 4/4
To me this shows how well Nadal has done to achieve what he has against 3 much more superior hard court players than him. Novak and Andy especially are not good match ups for him on outdoor hard as their double handed backhands deal well with his high bouncing shots. Yet he's 3-9 and 4-4 against both. When you see that Rafa's 9-2 against Novak on clay it shows that their match up so far has actually been the most even - Rafa better on natural surfaces and Novak on hardcourts.

Overall he's 12-15 on outdoor hard against the other 3 which really isn't that shabby for an apparent claycourter...
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Re: Head to head between top 4 on each surface

Just shows how good Murray is on outdoor hard.

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Just shows how good Murray is on outdoor hard.
Very true. The guy should have a hardcourt slam by now. Really surprised how easily he lost to Rafa at the US Open last year - Rafa had not been in great form and that surface suits Murray... Murray has most mental issues against Nadal though and seems most confident against Novak. The dynamics of the top 4 really are funny...
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Very true. The guy should have a hardcourt slam by now. Really surprised how easily he lost to Rafa at the US Open last year - Rafa had not been in great form and that surface suits Murray... Murray has most mental issues against Nadal though and seems most confident against Novak. The dynamics of the top 4 really are funny...
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Re: Head to head between top 4 on each surface

It seems only 3 Groups of 3 players with 10+:10+ H2H


Connors 14:20 J. McEnroe
Connors 13:22 Lendl
J. McEnroe 15:21 Lendl

Lendl 13:14 Edberg
Lendl 11:10 Becker
Edberg 10:25 Becker

Federer 10:18 Nadal
Federer 14:10 Djokovic
Nadal 16:14 Djokovic
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