AO 2009 by a lot.I'd go with AO 09.
I agree...his 2010 and 2013 USO draws were pretty easy. His A09 SF/F performance though is arguably one of the best ever SF/F performances I've seen in my time of watching and I've watched a fair few slams including Sampras and Federer.AO 2009 by a lot
2010 USO was a joke of a draw... and 2013 all the top players were in one of the worst forms in quite some time... he just happened to be in the right place at the right time and took advantage which can't be said about other players.
Interesting. You think he played his peak tennis and lost (and won playing sub peak tennis vs the same opponent)? Not saying it's not possible mind...just wondering.AO 2012 I'd say.
Agree. His grass peak and HC peak coincided in 08-09(and obviously he was at his clay peak too)...a truly scary player he was then. His movement was just impeccable....only area where he was worse off was probably his serve which I think is better now..otherwise backhand, ROS, movement - you name it - were all better then IMO.AO 09. His movement in 08-09 was peak. Backhand was peak in 09 too.
U.S. open 2011. Of course his fans won't admit that because he lost. As if his HC peak can match a decent Fed or Nole.
U.S. open 2013 and 2010 were woeful, he had the easiest draws ever then an awful Djoker in the finals. Nadal didn't win those matches, Nole lost them. AO 2009 and AO 2012 he played some great tennis though. Fed choked in the final of the AO and Nando really should have won tjst semi, but Dull played well, credit where credit is due.
this.Uso 2011 > Ao 2009 = Ao 2012 > Uso 2010
UUso 2011 > Ao 2009 = Ao 2012 > Uso 2010