Thats my postOddJack;n13304156 said:Ladies and Gentlemen,
This has been a strange spring, because we have had snow. The courts that we play on are covered with white and fluffy snow. It has made the environment quieter that it should be, our balls have no bounce, the speed of the court is too slow, our Chair Umpires would not respond or communicate with us or even acknowledge the issue,
Time to move.
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Only deluded Fedtards and biased Nadulltards claimed that there was a GOAT in absolute sense.
Yes, there is. He's Swiss and currently holds 17 slams.There's no such thing as the GOATime, only of an era.
Wrong.Rod Laver has 18. He is the GOAT.
You mean how it was easier to win the major titles back in the 50s and 60s so they don't compare at all to the open era? Aye, I agree.Only deluded Fedtards and biased Nadulltards claimed that there was a GOAT in absolute sense.
Really difficult to compare eras (even with different raquets and string technology), so I pass this one.
And you compare him with Laver how exactly? There is no such thing as GOAT. Too many variables are not comparable. Even later generations it is impossible due to the fact that AO was not played by too many, so effectively generations competed in only three slams a year. There is no such thing as GOAT.