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Old 07-22-2012, 10:38 PM   #42
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Default Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Borg 5.222 wins/Grand Slam
Nadal 4.758 wins/Grand Slam
Federer 4.601 wins/Grand Slam
Djokovic 4.129 wins/Grand Slam
Connors 4.103 wins/Grand Slam
Sampras 3.904 wins/Grand Slam
Lendl 3.895 wins/Grand Slam
McEnroe 3.711 wins/Grand Slam
Agassi 3.672 wins/Grand Slam
Becker 3.543 wins/Grand Slam
(Murray) 3.448 wins/Grand Slam
Edberg 3.296 wins/Grand Slam
Wilander 3.273 wins/Grand Slam

Borg > Nadal -.464
Federer > Connors +.498
Djokovic > Lendl +.234
Murray < McEnroe. -.263

Nadal, Federer, Djokovic, Murray are +.005 wins/slam. In theory, this makes them the strongest foursome ever in grand slam history.
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