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Old 08-08-2012, 02:43 PM   #47
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Default Re: Who will complete the "Hexagon" first

1. Wimbledon
2. US Open
3. Roland Garros
4. Australian Open
5. Year End Masters
6. Olympic Gold
7. Davis Cup

So, it's really a Septagon. Add in all the legit Masters 1000.

8. Indian Wells
9. Miami
10. Monte Carlo
11. Rome
12. Canada
13. Cincinnati
14. Paris Indoors

Players should strive for the "14-agon."

Federer is only missing 4. Gold Medal, Davis Cup, Monte Carlo, and Rome. But he does have a silver, 2 Rome Finals, and 3 Monte Carlo finals. Davis Cup is his worst, 1 SF in 2003.

Nadal is missing 4 as well. Year End Masters, Miami, Cincinnati, and Paris Indoor. He's made 1 YEC Final, 3 Miami finals, 1 Paris Final, but Cincinnati is his worst, only 2 SF.

Djokovic is missing 4. Roland Garros, Olympic Gold, Monte Carlo, Cincinnati, 3 finals in Cincy, 2 finals in Monte Carlo, a Bronze, and 1 RG Final.

Now these are records to keep an eye on. There is a chance none will achieve this.
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