Originally Posted by ogbg
Statistically he probably needs one more major win. He is ahead on most other stats:
GS Titles: 1/2/2
Masters Titles: 8/2/5
GS Win-Loss: 79.1/72.5/71.4
Masters win-loss: 70.3/65.6/58.2
Top ten win-loss: 55.9/47.3/49.5
Non-statistically, he will probably never be able to say that at any point in his career he was at that time the best player in the world while Hewitt and Safin could say that.
You keep saying the word "statistically
", but you conveniently left out one of top two most important statistics
to determine greatness: # of weeks at #1.