So you say that Raonic is to Fed what Fed was to Sampras? just no! Federer and Sampras are in the other galaxy if compared to players like Raonic. Raonic will never be in their league! just too clumsy and...well you know
I don't think that Raonic would even make 10% of Pete or Roger's achievement. But considering the level of the youngsters coming I see on Raonic the best player to take the throne on grass courts.
And next time ask if you have any doubt about what someone write on their posts instead of judging them
[b]My hall of fame: Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal-Jo Wilfried Tsonga-David Ferrer-Juan Carlos Ferrero-Tommy Haas- Radek Stepanek-Lleyton Hewitt-David Nalbandian-Guillermo Cañas-Carlos Moya-Pete Sampras-Petr Korda- Kent Carlsson-Richard Krajicek-Karol Kucera-Tim Henman-Alex Corretja-Thomas Muster-Michael Stich-Pat Cash-Patrick Rafter-Darren Cahill-Ivan Lendl-Mats Wilander-Miloslav Mecir-Karel Novacek-Joakim Nystrom-Henrik Sundstrom-Hans Simonsson-Anders Jarryd-Jimmy Connors-Bjorn Borg-Guillermo Vilas.
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On winning DC and its overall importance in the discussion for all-time greats
Originally Posted by Orbis
Davis Cup should never have really mattered in the GOAT discussion anyway since it's a team event. If you're talking about the GOAT singles player then you should mainly look at individual results. If some unknown talent came out of some random tiny country (no chance to win DC) and won 20 slams, no one would give a single shit if that player didn't have DC. The fact is, success in DC is largely determined by what country you come from or play for in the first place, which most players haven't had any control over.
Milos was not at his best in this matchup and certainly not to the quality that we saw when he played Federer in Madrid. He served well throughout (except for the start of the 2nd), but that was about it. It's kind of amazing that he managed to trouble Federer so much in this match (and even win a set) while struggling on return and from the baseline so much.
I have no doubt that he'll get there, but he's still learning and still has to play the big points better against the top players (well...the top players outside of that headcase Murray who he beat easily).