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Murray may have a positive record against Fed but if you look at the number of times he has played Fed comparing to Nole, then you cannot conclude Murray > Fed and Fed > Djokovic.
If Murray had played Fed more often I'm sure he would have a similar record to Novak.

My prediction:
Nadal will have a winning record against Fed, Murray and probably Djok.
Djok will have a winning record against Fed and Murray, probably Nadal.
Murray won't have a winning record against anyone.
Federer will have a winning record against Murray, probably Djok.
I can see you are really conclusive in your predictions. Might as well say you have no idea what's going to happen.

For my part, Nadal will have a winning H2H against all the other 3 due to clay, Djoko will have against Roger and Muzzah, Muzzah will have it against Roger.

Roger will just play till so late that he won't be able to keep ahead in the H2H but that won't matter, as he'll keep winning titles.


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I can see you are really conclusive in your predictions. Might as well say you have no idea what's going to happen.

For my part, Nadal will have a winning H2H against all the other 3 due to clay, Djoko will have against Roger and Muzzah, Muzzah will have it against Roger.

Roger will just play till so late that he won't be able to keep ahead in the H2H but that won't matter, as he'll keep winning titles.
How's that any different from what I said?



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This thread reminded me of this:



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Murray may have a positive record against Fed but if you look at the number of times he has played Fed comparing to Nole, then you cannot conclude Murray > Fed and Fed > Djokovic.
If Murray had played Fed more often I'm sure he would have a similar record to Novak.

My prediction:
Nadal will have a winning record against Fed, Murray and probably Djok.
Djok will have a winning record against Fed and Murray, probably Nadal.
Murray won't have a winning record against anyone.
Federer will have a winning record against Murray, probably Djok.
Very informative. Do you have any idea what the word PROBABLY means?


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Federer? Old man and the cane.
The old man seems to be up and running.

Suggest you look at the opening post, to see who the master is, and who are the puppets.

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The old man seems to be up and running.

Suggest you look at the opening post, to see who the master is, and who are the puppets.
Just teasing you. Yes they and "that guy" are indeed great tennis players.
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Murray may have a positive record against Fed but if you look at the number of times he has played Fed comparing to Nole, then you cannot conclude Murray > Fed and Fed > Djokovic.
If Murray had played Fed more often I'm sure he would have a similar record to Novak.

My prediction:
Nadal will have a winning record against Fed, Murray and probably Djok.
Djok will have a winning record against Fed and Murray, probably Nadal.
Murray won't have a winning record against anyone.
Federer will have a winning record against Murray, probably Djok.
EXCELLENT analysis and predictions--I concur
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Re: Big 4 Record Against Each Other - Now & Future

boring thread by the Nadal fangirl

what about Nadull's losing record v Davydenko, thats far more interesting
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boring thread by the Nadal fangirl

what about Nadull's losing record v Davydenko, thats far more interesting
Yes, tennis historians wil be looking with great interest at that 5-6 losing record against someone who never even made a slam final and was a pretty forgettable top ten player who's only big achievement is winning the WTF somehow. Totally as interesting as the Top 4.

Anyway, here's hoping Davydenko sticks around long enough to be beaten one more time by Nadal. This is why Rosol needs to sort himself out too - need him getting into main draws so there can be a nice re-match next year.
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tennis historians wont care about any of Nadal's records as 90% of it is clay related - including the head to head leads
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Yes, tennis historians wil be looking with great interest at that 5-6 losing record against someone who never even made a slam final and was a pretty forgettable top ten player who's only big achievement is winning the WTF somehow. Totally as interesting as the Top 4.

Anyway, here's hoping Davydenko sticks around long enough to be beaten one more time by Nadal. This is why Rosol needs to sort himself out too - need him getting into main draws so there can be a nice re-match next year.
This is pretty ironic considering you included Murray in this thread and he never 'somehow' won a Slam or WTF, the five biggest prizes of the tennis calendar.

Oh and he did it by eliminating Nadal and Djokovic in the groups, then eliminating the best indoor player of the decade in the semis and finally beating Del Potro in the final.
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Murray may have a positive record against Fed but if you look at the number of times he has played Fed comparing to Nole, then you cannot conclude Murray > Fed and Fed > Djokovic.
If Murray had played Fed more often I'm sure he would have a similar record to Novak.

My prediction:
Nadal will have a winning record against Fed, Murray and probably Djok.
Djok will have a winning record against Fed and Murray, probably Nadal.
Murray won't have a winning record against anyone.
Federer will have a winning record against Murray, probably Djok.
So You predict Nadal will have a winning record of Djokovic, then you predict Djokovic will have a winning record over Nadal? It's easy to be right when you predict both options.

I predict you will probably be right.

I also predict you will probably be wrong.

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Nadal will have winning record against all
Djokovic will have winning record against Federer/Murray
Murray will have winning record against Federer
Federer will forever live behind the excruciating reality that he is inferior to his three rivals.
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