But any problem can not be found?
Let the excuses pour.After turning 30, Federer had to face a 25 year old Nadal, a 24 year old Djokovic, and a 24 year old Murray. Out of the 4 slams he won, Federer won one beating Nadal and the other beating both Murray and Djokovic back to back. He was also one well placed serve away from beating both Nadal and Djokovic back to back.
After turning 30 in 2016, Nadal had to face 29 year old Djokovic and 35 year old Federer. Murray effectively retired in mid-2017. Also in 2017 Djokovic had his first serious injury in his career which hampered him for almost a year. Nadal was a beast on clay before 30, so is he now, although much more vulnerable. However, the two slams (US Opens) Nadal won outside clay after turning 30 were without facing either of Federer or Djokovic.
Rafa is going in the opposite direction to Djokovic.What's impressive about Federer is he won slams at 36 years-old, his post 30 career isn't particularly outstanding, his post 35 is. I don't see Nadal and Djokovic being that successful at that age but you never know.
And Rafa lost to Pouille at the US Open in 2016, and almost lost to Thiem at 2018 US Open.....so its not exactly surprising to lose to Federer many times in 2017.Federer had Nadal and Murray and Cilic who isn’t as good but still better than freaking Anderson whereas Dull had Wawrinka, Thiem, Medvedev, and Anderson so if you’re trying to prove Shitdal better than Federer, this isn’t the way to do it. Federer kicked Dull’s ass 4 times in 2017 despite being 35/36 years old.
Blame your Hero that is he just crap at RG and USOFederer had Nadal and Murray and Cilic who isn’t as good but still better than freaking Anderson whereas Dull had Wawrinka, Thiem, Medvedev, and Anderson so if you’re trying to prove Shitdal better than Federer, this isn’t the way to do it. Federer kicked Dull’s ass 4 times in 2017 despite being 35/36 years old.
Perhaps.That’s nice and all but Federer in his 30s had to face much stronger competition. Djokovic and Nadal have really benefited from the lack of competition in their 30s tbh. Everyone calls weak era for Federer, but Djokodal have had their piece of their share as well, if not even more. Djokodal had it tougher younger but way easier older. Federer had it easier younger but way tougher older, in the end it seems to even out don’t you think?
Lol, they are not on par.Let's see.
After turning 30, Federer won 4 slams and reached 9 slam finals.
Nadal after turning 30, has won 5 slams and reached 7 slam finals.
They're both at par now. If Nadal manages to reach 2 more slam finals and win one more title. Then he goes ahead in terms of longevity. Right now it is even.