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Djokovic : The Father of All Quests: more Slams And Titles than Federer

I still think this is realistic IF Djokovic dumps Pepe on time and IF he starts eating meat and fish normally like a man and a pro athlete on time, instead of bs-ing about Amour & Paz and "other sources of proteins"

Djokovic has already proved that when he is on the right page he is the BOAT and THE MOST CONSISTENT PLAYER EVER, and if he gets his sh*t together he still has many years left of top quality tennis. If Federer can play well at the old age, Djokovic can play even better at the even older age because he is better, physically more capable, and by the play style more optimal / economical player. And he gets older slower.


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slams: 12 - 19
titles: 68 - 93

Can Djokovic complete this Quest when they both retire?
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Re: Djokovic : The Father of All Quests: more Slams And Titles than Federer

Stick a fork in DJ, he's done.

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This is more like the spawn of a quest than the father.
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I still think this is realistic IF Djokovic dumps Pepe on time and IF he starts eating meat and fish normally like a man and a pro athlete on time, instead of bs-ing about Amour & Paz and "other sources of proteins"

Djokovic has already proved that when he is on the right page he is the BOAT and THE MOST CONSISTENT PLAYER EVER, and if he gets his sh*t together he still has many years left of top quality tennis. If Federer can play well at the old age, Djokovic can play even better at the even older age because he is better, physically more capable, and by the play style more optimal / economical player. And he gets older slower.


Current comparison 7.10.2017:

Djokovic - Federer

age: 30 - 36
slams: 12 - 19
titles: 68 - 93


Can Djokovic complete this Quest when they both retire?
Serious dude, more economical player and gets older slower
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I do not think this will happen.He might not even cross NaDULL which is frankly disgusting
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His problem is not Federer, is Nadal.
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Djokovic schools Nadal consistently and he's his biggest problem.
Fail logic again.
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Nadal at his current form would destroy Djokovic, his serve is too weak.
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Djokovic schools Nadal consistently and he's his biggest problem.
Fail logic again.
Djokovic hasn't prevented Nadal winning a slam since AO12, Nadal hasn't prevented Djokovic winning a slam since RG14. Not clear either one is the other's real obstacle.
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Nadal consistently lost to average journeymen or he would be schooled everywhere in 2015-16 period
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Too bad is 2017. isn't it?
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Nadal consistently lost to average journeymen or he would be schooled everywhere in 2015-16 period

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Nadal consistently lost to average journeymen or he would be schooled everywhere in 2015-16 period
soo... Djokovic wasn't Nadal's biggest problem as you said?

Seems like you are arbitrarily raising Nadal's level to somewhere where he would meet Djokovic but be unfit to compete... lol.

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Someone said that Nadal is Djokovics biggest problem which is not even close to the truth
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Someone said that Nadal is Djokovics biggest problem which is not even close to the truth
and you said Djokovic is Nadal's biggest problem.

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