|Australian Open, Melbourne||G. Chelem||Dur (ext.)||Andy Murray||6-3, 6-4, 7-611||Parcours|
|Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati||Masters 1000||Dur (ext.)||Mardy Fish||65-7, 7-61, 6-4||Parcours|
|If Stockholm Open, Stockholm||ATP 250||Dur (int.)||Florian Mayer||6-4, 6-3||Parcours|
|Swiss Indoors Basel, Bâle||ATP 500||Dur (int.)||Novak Djokovic||6-4, 3-6, 6-1||Parcours|
|Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, Londres||Masters||Dur (int.)||Rafael Nadal||6-3, 3-6, 6-1||Parcours|
Seems like a random stat, especially since Djokovic doesn't play smaller grass events (he has 7 Wimbledon titles + 1 Eastbourne title).That makes him the best IMO.
Translation: "It's random because my Novax hasn't done it."Seems like a random stat, especially since Djokovic doesn't play smaller grass events (he has 7 Wimbledon titles + 1 Eastbourne title).
Djokovic is the only player to have won every slam, masters and ATP Finals. And he did it twice. I'd say that's a way better stat.