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Old 07-02-2012, 02:31 AM   #24
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Top 5:

1. Jimmy Connors 12 years 07 months
2. Ivan Lendl 10 years 00 months
3. Roger Federer 9 years 05 months
4. Bjorn Borg 8 years 03 months
5. Pete Sampras 7 years 11 months
6. John McEnroe 7 years 06 months
7. Rafael Nadal 7 years 03 months
8. Stefan Edberg 7 years 02 months
9. Novak Djokovic 4 years 11 months
10. Boris Becker 4 years 01 months

11. Andy Murray 3 years 10 months.

Strongest tennis era - Connors/Lendl/McEnroe/Borg (1,2,4,6)
Current era - Federer/Nadal/Djokovic/Murray (3,7,9,11)

3 years 4 months for Roger, 2 years 9 months for Rafa, 3 years 4 months for Novak, 3 years 7 months for Murray.

If the current logjam continues for another 3 years with Roger, Rafa, Novak and Murray, it will be the strongest generation.
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