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Old 08-23-2012, 03:19 PM   #604
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Default Re: Endless Djokovic/Federer Debates (Their rivalry)

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Originally Posted by duarte_a View Post
Exactely. Their retarded logic says that had Roger reached less finals on clay and hence not been the 2nd best player on clay from his generation it would have made hm the GOAT because the H2H would be much closer.
Exactly, I've been saying this since 2008. That would mean Federer would be a greater/better player had he won 10 less matches and reached 10 less finals, 5 less RG finals.

I hear logic committing suicide as we speak.
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