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Winning all the Masters is a feat but winning them twice is something else. I doubt anyone can duplicate such a record in the near future.

Nole is irrefutably the King of Tennis.
 

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The players do not care. They dont go for it. If they did - Nadal would have shown up.

So the carelessness will have a huge affect.
 

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Murray could feasibly do it in 2022
 

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Probably not for a long time, if ever. But Novak has a great chance for a Triple Career Golden Masters. All he needs is one more Monte Carlo and one more Cincy.
 

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This photo proves that Novak Djokovic is more than forehands, backhands and dropshots.

It's an achievement that I doubt I will ever see again, but then again I am 78.
 

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What’s funny?
He just needs 2 x Indian wells, 2 x Monte Carlo, 1 x Rome and 1 x Paris.
Doubt anyone else is closer.
Zverev has more chance of winning a Career Slam than Murray does at winning even two of those for the rest of his career.
 

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What’s funny?
He just needs 2 x Indian wells, 2 x Monte Carlo, 1 x Rome and 1 x Paris.
Doubt anyone else is closer.
It would have been great to do it once and certainly a (short) option existed when Murray improved his movement on clay in 2015-16 (also during the short Nadal eclipse).

That said, Murray has the singularity of having won Madrid indoor in 2008 before his Shanghai titles.
Ditto Federer, which Djokovic doesn't have.
Also, Federer like Nadal won Hamburg before Madrid clay.

The 2 were reasonably in the faculties of Djokovic since he won his first hard MS in 2007 (Miami, Canada) and clay (Rome) in 2008.
 
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