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Yesterday 09:17 PM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Quote:
Originally Posted by G.100sic View Post
Is there really a need to be so defensive? I'm enthusiastic (in your view), you are not - just the difference of opinions. Except I'm not even enthusiastic, I was merely stating a fact of probability.
I'm sorry I didn't mean to be defensive. It was just my prediction but you never know with Djokovic. Some thing that I am expecting of him this year is being the second player with +50 wins in each slam. With a R32 in RG will be enough like 99% of chances for him
Yesterday 08:52 PM
G.100sic
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Originally Posted by bry17may View Post
I know but there is a difference between what I think and what could be done
Is there really a need to be so defensive? I'm enthusiastic (in your view), you are not - just the difference of opinions. Except I'm not even enthusiastic, I was merely stating a fact of probability.
Yesterday 08:19 PM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Originally Posted by G.100sic View Post
The difference to Connors is currently 19 wins. There are possibly 21 matches left for the 3 remaining GS. If he repeats the result from the last season (27-1), he'll surpass Connors this year.
I know but there is a difference between what I think and what could be done
Yesterday 08:07 PM
G.100sic
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Originally Posted by bry17may View Post
I think he is going to surpass Connors in the AO '17 and probably he is going to finish 2nd in the list with a good number between 280-300 wins.
The difference to Connors is currently 19 wins. There are possibly 21 matches left for the 3 remaining GS. If he repeats the result from the last season (27-1), he'll surpass Connors this year.
Yesterday 07:03 AM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Originally Posted by G.100sic View Post
And Djokovic has a real possibility to overtake Lendl and Agassi, and even a chance to reach #2 by the end of the year, if he repeats the 2015 results.
I think he is going to surpass Connors in the AO '17 and probably he is going to finish 2nd in the list with a good number between 280-300 wins.
02-04-2016 07:56 PM
G.100sic
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

And Djokovic has a real possibility to overtake Lendl and Agassi, and even a chance to reach #2 by the end of the year, if he repeats the 2015 results.
02-04-2016 05:05 PM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

After AO 2016:

- Federer become the first player to win 300 matches in GS and also the second to win 80 matches in one GS.
- Hewitt retired with 148 wins, great career.
- David Ferrer surpass Andy Roddick and is only 5 behin Vilas and 7 behind Borg.
- Berdych surpass Courier and Chang.
- Wawrinka only made the 4R but he surpass Robredo, Haas and Ferreira, also he tied Arthur Ashe.
- Robredo defeat Jaziri and that is enough to break the tie with Haas.
- Possible entries in 2016(+85): Tsonga (98), Youzhny(96), Verdasco (92), Gasquet (89).

Code:
1.  Roger Federer     302 / A: 80 F: 65 W: 79 U: 78 / H: 158 C: 65 G:  79
2.  Jimmy Connors     233 / A: 11 F: 40 W: 84 U: 98 / H:  67 C: 59 G: 107
3.  Andre Agassi      224 / A: 48 F: 51 W: 46 U: 79 / H: 127 C: 51 G:  46
4.  Ivan Lendl        222 / A: 48 F: 53 W: 48 U: 73 / H: 105 C: 53 G:  64
5.  Novak Djokovic    214 / A: 57 F: 48 W: 52 U: 57 / H: 114 C: 48 G:  52
6.  Pete Sampras      203 / A: 45 F: 24 W: 63 U: 71 / H: 116 C: 24 G:  63
7.  Rafael Nadal      198 / A: 45 F: 70 W: 40 U: 43 / H:  88 C: 70 G:  40
8.  Stefan Edberg     178 / A: 56 F: 30 W: 49 U: 43 / H:  84 C: 30 G:  64
9.  John McEnroe      167 / A: 18 F: 25 W: 59 U: 65 / H:  73 C: 28 G:  66
10. Boris Becker      163 / A: 29 F: 26 W: 71 U: 37 / H:  60 C: 26 G:  77
11. Andy Murray       159 / A: 45 F: 28 W: 46 U: 40 / H:  85 C: 28 G:  46
12. Lleyton Hewitt    148 / A: 32 F: 28 W: 41 U: 47 / H:  79 C: 28 G:  41
13. Mats Wilander     144 / A: 36 F: 47 W: 25 U: 36 / H:  55 C: 47 G:  42
14. Bjorn Borg        141 / A:  1 F: 49 W: 51 U: 40 / H:  22 C: 63 G:  56
15. Guillermo Vilas   139 / A: 23 F: 58 W: 15 U: 43 / H:  22 C: 75 G:  42
16. David Ferrer      134 / A: 39 F: 40 W: 25 U: 30 / H:  69 C: 40 G:  25 
17. Andy Roddick      131 / A: 38 F:  9 W: 41 U: 43 / H:  81 C: 9  G:  41
18. Tomas Berdych     121 / A: 38 F: 20 W: 32 U: 31 / H:  69 C: 20 G:  32
19. Michael Chang     120 / A: 21 F: 38 W: 18 U: 43 / H:  64 C: 38 G:  18
20. Jim Courier       118 / A: 35 F: 40 W: 19 U: 24 / H:  59 C: 40 G:  19
21. Goran Ivanisevic  110 / A: 19 F: 21 W: 49 U: 21 / H:  40 C: 21 G:  49
22. Arthur Ashe       106 / A: 16 F: 25 W: 27 U: 38 / H:   3 C: 29 G:  74
22. Stan Wawrinka     106 / A: 28 F: 27 W: 17 U: 31 / H:  59 C: 28 G:  17
24. Tommy Robredo     104 / A: 21 F: 36 W: 14 U: 35 / H:  56 C: 36 G:  14
25. Tommy Haas 	      105 / A: 26 F: 21 W: 24 U: 34 / H:  60 C: 21 G:  24
26. Wayne Ferreira    104 / A: 39 F: 18 W: 29 U: 18 / H:  57 C: 18 G:  29 
27. Todd Martin       102 / A: 25 F: 11 W: 33 U: 33 / H:  58 C: 11 G:  33
27. Stan Smith 	      102 / A:  5 F: 23 W: 39 U: 35 / H:   6 C: 27 G:  69
01-21-2016 10:03 PM
G.100sic
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

24 matches needed for Djokovic to tie Connors at #2. If he repeats the previous season, he will even surpass him.
01-20-2016 07:17 PM
Litotes
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Just seven wins for Nadal the past year is surprising. Still, should make 200 at RG as the 7th man.

Federer will surely pass 300 this year, probably already on Friday. Should also join the 80+ club as only the 2nd member besides Connors, for people with 80+ match wins in any one particular slam (or more). If not during AO then surely later in the year.
01-20-2016 05:35 PM
mike_g
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Incredible that Rosewall was 33 when Open Era started and he has 92 wins. He'd almost surely make the list if he'd entered 3-4 more tournaments in his mid-thirties.
01-07-2016 05:36 PM
JediFed
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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What do you mean? In what way? Surely Ferrer already has the record for most slam match wins with no title, and Connors won his first and second long before reaching 140....
Blah. Roddick. Not Connors. Dunno why I typed Connors.
12-26-2015 08:22 PM
Litotes
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Yes, it's interesting. Ferrer is also a couple slam wins away from surpassing Connors. There's a bit of a gap, no one with 140 isn't a multiple slam winner. Ferrer has a chance to challenge this. He would need just 9 wins next year.

Berdych is also entering interesting territory. He would already own the wins without a slam record if Ferrer didn't break it first. Berdych would need a season of 12 wins and a season of 10 wins to get to 140 as well.
What do you mean? In what way? Surely Ferrer already has the record for most slam match wins with no title, and Connors won his first and second long before reaching 140....
12-26-2015 08:09 AM
JediFed
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Yes, it's interesting. Ferrer is also a couple slam wins away from surpassing Connors. There's a bit of a gap, no one with 140 isn't a multiple slam winner. Ferrer has a chance to challenge this. He would need just 9 wins next year.

Berdych is also entering interesting territory. He would already own the wins without a slam record if Ferrer didn't break it first. Berdych would need a season of 12 wins and a season of 10 wins to get to 140 as well.
09-14-2015 07:02 PM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

I know this thread is only for players with 100+ wins. But if someone is interested in another milestones here are some of them. I don't put players like Feliciano Lopez [81] and Cilic [75] in the possible entries for 2016 because it is really unlikely that they will make it.

Possible Milestones for 2016:

- 300
* Roger Federer [297]

- 200
* Rafael Nadal [198]

- 150
* Lleyton Hewitt [147]

- 100
* Mikhail Youzhny [96]
* Jo-Wilfried Tsonga [95]
* Fernando Verdasco [91]
* Richard Gasquet [89]

- 75
* Gael Monfils [73]
* Gilles Simon [65]
* Juan Martin del Potro [63]

- 50
* John Isner [45]
* Kei Nishikori [45]
* Kevin Anderson [43]
* Milos Raonic [43]
09-14-2015 06:57 PM
bry17may
Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

After US Open 2015:

- Djokovic surpass Sampras and now is Top 5 in match wins.
- Robredo surpass Ferreira and tie Tommy Haas in the 23rd position.
- Wawrinka is the 28th player to make the list and already surpassed Todd Martin and Stan Smith.
- Possible entries in 2016(+85): Youzhny(96), Tsonga (95), Verdasco (91), Gasquet (89).

Code:
1.  Roger Federer     297 / A: 75 F: 65 W: 79 U: 78 / H: 153 C: 65 G:  79
2.  Jimmy Connors     233 / A: 11 F: 40 W: 84 U: 98 / H:  67 C: 59 G: 107
3.  Andre Agassi      224 / A: 48 F: 51 W: 46 U: 79 / H: 127 C: 51 G:  46
4.  Ivan Lendl        222 / A: 48 F: 53 W: 48 U: 73 / H: 105 C: 53 G:  64
5.  Novak Djokovic    207 / A: 50 F: 48 W: 52 U: 57 / H: 107 C: 48 G:  52
6.  Pete Sampras      203 / A: 45 F: 24 W: 63 U: 71 / H: 116 C: 24 G:  63
7.  Rafael Nadal      198 / A: 45 F: 70 W: 40 U: 43 / H:  88 C: 70 G:  40
8.  Stefan Edberg     178 / A: 56 F: 30 W: 49 U: 43 / H:  84 C: 30 G:  64
9.  John McEnroe      167 / A: 18 F: 25 W: 59 U: 65 / H:  73 C: 28 G:  66
10. Boris Becker      163 / A: 29 F: 26 W: 71 U: 37 / H:  60 C: 26 G:  77
11. Andy Murray       153 / A: 39 F: 28 W: 46 U: 40 / H:  79 C: 28 G:  46
12. Lleyton Hewitt    147 / A: 31 F: 28 W: 41 U: 47 / H:  78 C: 28 G:  41
13. Mats Wilander     144 / A: 36 F: 47 W: 25 U: 36 / H:  55 C: 47 G:  42
14. Bjorn Borg        141 / A:  1 F: 49 W: 51 U: 40 / H:  22 C: 63 G:  56
15. Guillermo Vilas   139 / A: 23 F: 58 W: 15 U: 43 / H:  22 C: 75 G:  42
16. Andy Roddick      131 / A: 38 F:  9 W: 41 U: 43 / H:  81 C: 9  G:  41
17. David Ferrer      130 / A: 35 F: 40 W: 25 U: 30 / H:  65 C: 40 G:  25 
18. Michael Chang     120 / A: 21 F: 38 W: 18 U: 43 / H:  64 C: 38 G:  18
19. Jim Courier       118 / A: 35 F: 40 W: 19 U: 24 / H:  59 C: 40 G:  19
20. Tomas Berdych     117 / A: 34 F: 20 W: 32 U: 31 / H:  65 C: 20 G:  32
21. Goran Ivanisevic  110 / A: 19 F: 21 W: 49 U: 21 / H:  40 C: 21 G:  49
22. Arthur Ashe       106 / A: 16 F: 25 W: 27 U: 38 / H:   3 C: 29 G:  74
23. Tommy Haas 	      105 / A: 26 F: 21 W: 24 U: 34 / H:  60 C: 21 G:  24
23. Tommy Robredo     103 / A: 20 F: 36 W: 14 U: 35 / H:  55 C: 36 G:  14
25. Wayne Ferreira    104 / A: 39 F: 18 W: 29 U: 18 / H:  57 C: 18 G:  29 
26  Stan Wawrinka     103 / A: 28 F: 27 W: 17 U: 31 / H:  59 C: 28 G:  17
27. Todd Martin       102 / A: 25 F: 11 W: 33 U: 33 / H:  58 C: 11 G:  33
27. Stan Smith 	      102 / A:  5 F: 23 W: 39 U: 35 / H:   6 C: 27 G:  69
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