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Which means it is the first time this has happened since 2004. It’s a pretty big stat. Wow

Not really, there is another stat that is even bigger. Since 2005, either Rafa or Djokovic has won one of the first two grand slams every single year until 2019, and counting........

That's 15 consecutive years and counting.....

Well it's more to do with Nadal at MC more than anything else, seeing as he won it in 11 out of 14 attempts up to and including 2018.
Djoker is now more focused on training for RG and the DCGS.
That's correct. "Either one winning one of the first two grand slams," Rafa took care of the stat for 12 out of 14 years (2005-2018) by winning either RG or AO. In 2015 and 2016 (and 2019 too), Djokovic took care of it by winning AO.

It has more to do with GOATdal.
 

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Well, it is kind of a funny stat, but, as already noted, it has a lot to do with Nadal's clay dominance. Rafa being so successful on clay, and then bringing another star like Djokovic into the mix, makes for a lot of weird statistics: What about this one:

Every calendar year since 2005, either Djokovic wins 10 big titles (Slams, masters, WTF) or Nadal wins at least one of Monte Carlo and RG. :secret:

Djokovic does not seem to be on track for 10 big titles this year, and Nadal hasn't won MC, so, in order to save this particular streak, Nadal must be a lock for RG? :surprise:
 

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The thread title should read "...didnt win any of of the..."

But taking into consideration who the author is, one is unlikely to be surprised.
 

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Of course Djokovic only won AO and Rafa was finalist… and they only won the latest four Slams.

But who cares about Slams when you have the Bandwagon Federer Tour : Dubai Halle Stuttgart Laver Cup Basel :superlol:
Man chill it’s just a random stat someone posted on Twitter. And it’s about masters and not about federer and the 500s he’s scheduled to play. You djokotards are really obsessed with him and even more so when you’re salty
 

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Federer won IW'04, so, 2003 was the last season for IW-M-MC trio without at least one of Fedalovic as the winner.

The number of the first three masters titles for Fedalovic 2004-2019:

1,3,3,3,2,2,1,3,3,2,2,3,3,3,1,1

--- Two masters per season:
Djokovic 4, Federer 3, Nadal 2 seasons.

Djokovic is the only one to win all three in the single season (2015) and overall, Federer missing MC, Nadal Miami.

--- Seasons with at least one IW/M/MC title:
Nadal 12, Djokovic 8, Federer 6 seasons.

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AO+RG since 2004 for Fedalovic:

1,1,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,1,1,2,2,2,1(without RG'19)

Gaudio RG'04, Safin AO'05, Wawrinka AO'14 & RG'15

Djokovic is the only one to win both in the single season (2016)

Seasons with at least one AO/RG slam:

Nadal 12, Federer 7, Djokovic 7 seasons.
 

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Of course Djokovic only won AO and Rafa was finalist… and they only won the latest four Slams.

But who cares about Slams when you have the Bandwagon Federer Tour : Dubai Halle Stuttgart Laver Cup Basel :superlol:
lol at you getting triggered over this stat. So sensitive :spit:
 

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It's also only a fourth year since 2004 that only one of the three usual suspects have won only one of the first three Masters of the year. Previous years were 2018, 2010 and 2004 where Fed was the single M1000 winner. All other years we had two or all three of them collecting first three master tournaments.

Edit for some advanced fun stats. Combos of the big 3 winning at least two of the first three Masters goes like this

NadalOvic 2007(3) 2008 2011(3) 2013 2016(3)
FeDal 2005(3) 2006(3) 2017(3)
Djokovic 2014 2015(all 3 sweep record)
Nadal 2009
FeDalOvic 2012 (of course, cause it was the greatest tennis year after 2000 to date)
 

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It's also only a fourth year since 2004 that only one of the three usual suspects have won only one of the first three Masters of the year. Previous years were 2018, 2010 and 2004 where Fed was the single M1000 winner. All other years we had two or all three of them collecting first three master tournaments.

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Not exactly, Djokovic won all three in 2015 and the first two in 2014 + Wawrinka MC'14, Nadal won IW & MC in 2009 + Murray Miami'09.

So, Federer was the only Fedalovic in 2004 & 2019, Nadal in 2009,2010,2018, Djokovic in 2014 & 2015.

In solo seasons 2009, 2014 and 2015 the sequence was not in danger because those were multiple masters seasons and Fedalovic was also beating each other in the finals, unlike in 2004 Federer IW, 2010 Nadal MC, 2018 Nadal MC and 2019 Federer Miami, with only one Fedalovic in the final, nevertheless with pretty easy straight set wins.
 
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