Arsen old chap, rather than the F, why don't we add points from all 'at the time' GS champs beaten in the said tournament? So from 1R all the way to F.
For example del Potro would gain quite a bit of points in this due to playing Ferrero (1 GS), Nadal (6 GS at the time) and Federer (15 at the time)
I'll do it, but no special format or anything...:lol:I didn't have time to gather those stats (it would take considerably more effort), but I welcome anyone who is interested to open a new thread for that (if you do, link it here please).
For now, I have established a format in this thread, and people are welcome to add their favourite players as well. It would be interesting to see how some players from the past fared in this regard.
For now, let's do Novak, I'll post new ones in a few minutes, but I'd rather update it post by post and not by just editing the first post.
Mods, I have no problem if you merge it or anything, it's just that they are actually two different things so that's why I posted a new thread instead of a new post in the other thread.
2008 Australian Open - Hewitt + Federer - 2 + 12 = 14 pts
2011 Australian Open - Federer - 16 pts
2011 Wimbledon - Nadal - 10 pts
2011 US Open - Federer + Nadal - 16 + 10 = 26 pts
2012 Australian Open - Hewitt + Nadal - 2 + 10 = 12 pts
2013 Australian Open - Murray - 1 pt
2014 Wimbledon - Federer - 17 pts
2015 Australian Open - Wawrinka + Murray - 1 + 2 = 3 pts
2015 Wimbledon - Cilic + Federer - 1 + 17 = 18 pts
Total: 117 points in 9 Slams (13 average per tournament)
2014 US Open - Federer - 17 pts
Total: 17 pts in 1 slam (17 average per tournament)
2014 Australian Open - Djokovic + Nadal - 6 + 13 = 19 pts
2015 French Open - Federer + Djokovic - 17 + 8 = 25 pts
Total: 44 pts in 2 slams (22 average per tournament)