2 Slams against 1 Slam. Not even close my dear
If slams are all that matters yes, but there are so many other tournaments in the year. WTF is also important and Federer won that. Like I said, Djokovic has a case, a strong case at that to still be the best player of the past 12 months even without the number 1 ranking but to claim it's not even close is absurdly retarded and ridiculously biased when the supposedly lesser player is ranked above the other.
So you think that Dubai and Rotterdam together have the same value as RG or Wimbledon? I'm not argueing with the ranking system, any tard can count the points from the tournaments together, but in reality, the Slams, if we are talking about who had the better year, are much more important than the other tournaments. Deal with it.
But I remember you are also the poster you didn't understand why the Blue Clay from Madrid was bad. Well, now the ATP abolished the surface which makes your whole argumentation even more stupid.
I am not saying that and even if you combine the points accorded to Dubai and Rotterdam - they don't come close to a slam. Yes it's the big tournaments that matter but are you actually saying that Djokovic winning ONE more match in grandslams against Federer this year makes him automatically the better player of 2012?
If so, that's completely ridiculous and is just you working overtime to continue discrediting Federer. They both have ONE grandslam title each, like I said, I don't know where you get off as if Djokovic has won two grandslams this year. He hasn't. They have one grandslam title each and in this case, the smaller tournaments become the tiebreaker. Deal with it.
They abolished it because two prima donnas started complaining and threatened to boycott. I didn't say the surface couldn't be improved but it wasn't unplayable and there are other dangerous surfaces like the clay in Monte Carlo which actually gave injuries to the players. Anyway -- you're completely going off tangent here and resorting to ad hominem arguments which makes your argumentation the more stupid one.