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Old 08-14-2012, 03:01 PM   #125
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Default Re: Djokovic's junior coach troubled by his slump

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Originally Posted by 5555 View Post

When Federer had 9 slams, many experts at that time said he is greater player than Sampras. GOAT discussion is not just about numbers.
I think the point was that Federer was a better overall player than Sampras, deduced from Fed dominating the world much more than Sampras ever did. Greatness OTOH is quite strictly tied with career accomplishments.
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