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Counting his peak age 23-27.. with exactly 4 years of data.. since USO 2010>2014Wimbledon Djokovic has reached 75% of all GS finals.. thats pretty incredible.

How long will he be this consistent..
 

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Djokovic ~ greatest peak ever
Nadal ~ greatest runner ever
Federer ~ greatest nose ever
except the Djokovic peak is not at all near the Federer peak, quality or accomplishment wise. what's more hilarious is that Novak's 'peak' lasts less than a year. kind of sad. how old are you :eek:
 

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except the Djokovic peak is not at all near the Federer peak, quality or accomplishment wise. what's more hilarious is that Novak's 'peak' lasts less than a year. kind of sad. how old are you :eek:
yeah, must be why he beat Noserer at 20 in 2007 and straight setted him at AO 2008.

stay pressed forever, hon :bigwave:
 

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with the draws he gets, he should reach 100% of the finals, tbh
 

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Weak ERA, and its not relevant..we are talking about current form! not roy emerson, rod laver, or olderer:devil:
*looks at join date and signature*

:facepalm::facepalm:
 

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with the draws he gets, he should reach 100% of the finals, tbh
With Federer having almost always been in his half at HC slams since USO 2007 finals and Nadal at RG, one could argue Djokovic had had the hardest possible GS draws ever to reach the finals, considering the fact that Federer is the best ever on HC and Nadal on clay.

Had it been the opposite, always in Nadal's half at AO/USO and Federer's at RG, Djokovic would have probably made it to at least a couple of GS finals more, Federer too on HC (four losses against Djokovic in AO/USO SF).

So, the easiest draws on HC slams are reserved for Nadal.

Now that Federer is no more HC factor he used to be, Djokovic has to play fresh Wawrinka (four times in the last four HC slams).
 

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Well, for about 4.75 years (19 Slams), From Wimbledon 2005 to AO 2010, Federer has reached 95% of all GS finals.

But still a good stat.
Now, this is what I'm talking about. :cool:
 

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:zzz: he's consistent, who knew?
 

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Counting his peak age 23-27.. with exactly 4 years of data.. since USO 2010>2014Wimbledon Djokovic has reached 75% of all GS finals.. thats pretty incredible.

How long will he be this consistent..
If we take RG out of consideration or just those two RG when he was in Nadal's half, then it is 10/12 or 12/14 i.e. 83% or 86%.

For HC slams since USO 2010 it is 7/8 or 87.5 % (it was 100 % before AO 2014).

Also his AO 2014 QF and RG 2013 SF were virtually finals before finals, great six-setters (both 9:7 in the fifth), with winner easily winning the slam afterwards.
 
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