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Must have played all three of them or they don't count.

Can't think of any who have.

To work it out, players who have played all three- Fed, Nadal, Djokovic, and have a winning record when you add all the matches up.

Nalbandian is just about the only guy I can think of:

8-9 vs Federer
2-0 vs Nadal
1-1 vs Djokovic

= 11-10 (+ 1 head to head over the big 3)

Any others?
 

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Not many guys forsure.

I noticed Volandri was even vs. the big 3.

2-3 vs. Nadal

1-0 vs. Djokovic

1-1 vs. Federer
 

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This shows Nalby's potential but I'd rather saw him winning Grand Slams
 

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Not many guys forsure.

I noticed Volandri was even vs. the big 3.

2-3 vs. Nadal

1-0 vs. Djokovic

1-1 vs. Federer
And if you don't include that one match outside of clay, the ratio is positive. :lol:
 

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Not many guys forsure.

I noticed Volandri was even vs. the big 3.

2-3 vs. Nadal

1-0 vs. Djokovic

1-1 vs. Federer
This only works if you count challengers...

Hrbaty 2-0 vs. Federer
3-1 vs. Nadal
1-0 vs. Djokovic (in a 2004 challenger)
You should also consider a minimum number of matches. Neither of the above played 10 matches in total against the top 3.

However, a number of Nalbandian victories occurred when Federer was ranked lower than number 3.
 

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if we consider only Nadal and Djokovic, it is very difficult to find someone. But if we consider Djokovic, Nadal and Federer, then it's almost impossible...
 

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So, in conclusion, the real top 3 are definately Nalbandian, Hrbaty and Volandri.
 
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Andy Roddick is 3-0 vs the Big Three in 2008. :p
Unfortunately when you go further back in time the record doesn't hold up so well. :lol:
 
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