Certainly RG 2010 is one of them. This was the only other time, apart from yesterday, that I've seen him so emotional after a GS victory. It obviously removed a lot of doubts he must have had since mid 2009 and allowed him to win the next two slams.
What impact RG 2012 will have is yet to be seen but it clearly meant a great deal to him and had massive meaning in terms of the record books. An ultra confident Nadal could return, Djokovic may lose some confidence or maybe nothing will change.
Wimbledon 2008 was so impressive as he had come so close the year before and it allowed him to take the #1 soon after and then go on to beat Fed in five sets in Melbourne.
His first RG victory over Puerta is obviously very important, his repeat over Fed the next year as well.
2010 rg was huge too general. no doubt about it.
this one is the biggest of them all. this record has no chance of being approached, let alone being ever equalled.
also all the weight of losing those 3 slams to nole is off. his career is revived in a way now. he may really start working on his game with little more focus.
the sport has become too demanding and becomes more so with each passing year. 7 or 8 or even 9 french opens is a record that will stand forever.
in fact with #7 in the back pocket, the next 2 RG titles may have just become a little easier for him.