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Hopefully,Nole!Djodal should destroy 40-15rer's fluke records
 
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Well he is in a pretty good position - 24 Weeks and 3 Slams shy of Fed and he's 6 years younger
He is definitely in a very good position for the maximum number of weeks, it woudl be a big surprise if he doesn't get that record. For surpassing the slams, on the other hand, he needs four more. That is still a very long way to go at his age.
 

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He's still on a good way to surpass weeks at #1 record but his GS record campaign suffered a serious blow recently. At this stage of his career Every slam counts so much plus in the future Federer's 20 may not be a benchmark anymore (with Nadal likely to match him soon and possibly surpass).
 

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Fred required Djoker’s 2007 US Open choke and the 2009 Wimbledon choke fest from injury riddled turkey/GREEDY jealous Roddick. Fred had to pad his 5 set record by beating clown choker Monfils, etc. GOATS dont struggle in 5 sets, and need easy cakewalk draws for 20 years!
 

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Guy got one of the easiest Wimbledon and AO draws possible in the last year and still required the choke from a 38 years old and a tired player who had one day less of rest. I'd be surprised if he reaches another slam final, let alone fantasies about surpassing Fedal.
Lol, putting Djokovic and easy draws in the same sentence 😅 Find me another player who had to overcome Federer, Nadal or Murray on the road to slam title in 16 out of 17 times

How much delusional and pressed one can be to claim that easy draw for AO title includes Struff, Schwartzman, Raonic, Federer, Thiem? And at the Wimbledon 2019 his half of the draw included Zverev, RBA, Khachanov, Raonic, Wawrinka, Anderson, Tsitsipas, Medvedev, Dimitrov and in the R1 Kohlschreiber (who defeated him earlier that year)
 

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Lol, putting Djokovic and easy draws in the same sentence 😅 Find me another player who had to overcome Federer, Nadal or Murray on the road to slam title in 16 out of 17 times

How much delusional and pressed one can be to claim that easy draw for AO title includes Struff, Schwartzman, Raonic, Federer, Thiem? And at the Wimbledon 2019 his half of the draw included Zverev, RBA, Khachanov, Raonic, Wawrinka, Anderson, Tsitsipas, Medvedev, Dimitrov and in the R1 Kohlschreiber (who defeated him earlier that year)
How delusional can you Djokotards be to name all those players he didn't exactly play?

His draw at Wimbledon before the final:

Kohlschreiber - Kudla - Hurkacz - Humbert - Goffin - RBA

Absolutely embarrassing draw imagine having the audacity to name a 35 years old Kohlschreiber as a hard draw and a grass mug like RBA in a Wimbledon semifinal nonetheless.

His draw at Australian Open before the final:

Struff - Ito - Nishioka - Schwartzman - Raonic - injured Federer

Literally his punchbag Raonic being the hardest since Federer couldn't even move sideways yet this pusher was still on the verge of dropping the 1st set to him.

I've heard plenty delusion from this fanbase but this totally takes the cake you're using players that didn't even reach him as explication for playing mugs instead? LOL

Weren't you delusional tards pretending Federer had a cakewalk at Australian Open 2018? Going by your dumb logic Federer had one of the most brutal draws in Open Era since he was supposed to play R2 Struff, R3 Gasquet, R4 Raonic, QF Del Potro/Khachanov/Berdych, SF Djokovic/Thiem but we all know it doesn't work like that, it's based on who you play not who you're supposed to play.

Hilarious post, didn't expect anything else but still hilarious nonetheless.

Imagine using Federer's name who despite his obvious injury woes battled and reached Djokovic whereas Federer played Chung because Djokovic got absolutely roasted by the Korean.

 

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If Djokovic had got all those Nadal's AO,USO,RG cakewalk draws instead, he would've been well past 19 and Nadal at maxim.16.
And if Nadal had Djokovic's 2020 US Open draw he would have cruised but without a formidable opponent anywhere to be found Djokovic still lost. Why not live in reality instead of if and buts all day?
 

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This guy really shouldn’t even have a chance to break records right now. Should be serving a long bang for what he did
 
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