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For uneducated casual fans like you.
And tennis media in general :D (oh btw Nadal is 8 masters ahead, Olympic gold, and H2H). You won't like the headlines much if Nadal gets 21 over Federer 👮‍♂️

 

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And tennis media in general :D (oh btw Nadal is 8 masters ahead, Olympic gold, and H2H). You won't like the headlines much if Nadal gets 21 over Federer 👮‍♂️

No I wouldn't care since he'd still be behind Federer and I'm a Djokovic fan which the phony clay specialist has zero chance of catching up to now.
 

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Yes but there's 3 clay masters and 0 on grass.

We all know if it was the other way around then the masters titles would be the other way around too so Nadull's masters lead over Federer is irrelevant.

Federer still miles ahead of Nadull because of weeks at number, YEC and balanced resume!
Everyone knows HC is the neutral and most competitive surface so it makes perfect sense to hold the YEC on HC 🙄

Federer 7-1-8-5-6
Nadull 1-13-2-4-0

Need I spell everything out to you ffs?

Nice of you to award the 2022 AO title to Federer already and inflate his AO count to 7 ( instead of the 6 he currently has)

Since hard court is a neutral surface (as you claim), let’s lump all the hard court slams in to one, instead of counting separately. So Hard- Grass- clay would be 11-8-1 for Federer and 5-2-13 for Nadal. Which is more balanced?
 

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Nice of you to award the 2022 AO title to Federer already and inflate his AO count to 7 ( instead of the 6 he currently has)

Since hard court is a neutral surface (as you claim), let’s lump all the hard court slams in to one, instead of counting separately. So Hard- Grass- clay would be 11-8-1 for Federer and 5-2-13 for Nadal. Which is more balanced?
Definitely Federer.
 

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Nice of you to award the 2022 AO title to Federer already and inflate his AO count to 7 ( instead of the 6 he currently has)

Since hard court is a neutral surface (as you claim), let’s lump all the hard court slams in to one, instead of counting separately. So Hard- Grass- clay would be 11-8-1 for Federer and 5-2-13 for Nadal. Which is more balanced?
I can already tell he's quite pathetic lol, get him.
 

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Yes- that 1 clay slam has made it very balanced indeed.
I know.

And of course 6 YEC vs 0.

Did you know tennis was played indoors?
 

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He sacrificed the rest of his career to become number one. There are double the amount of players that won GS compared to those that managed to become #1 in the open era. There is only one player that was world number one without a GS title (Marcelo Rios), the list of those with GS and without being number one is huge :)
Beat me to it & never seen someone take it quite to his level culminating at FO17 where Murray’s never been the same since.
 
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