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It used to be Federer Djokovic because it was more even, but now it is way too lopsided in favor of Nole. Nadal Federer was always too lopsided in favor of Rafa for it to be that one either.
 

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Ramos has won every clay match, Mannarino every HC match. As expected. A cool phenomenon, but speaks more to random chance that it would alternate between hard and clay than to their actual rivalry. One is a good hard court player and a bad clay courter, and the other is the opposite.
 
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Djokovic Federer 2008-2015 was pretty great.

Even if Federer lost some big matches he made it up with some epic displays at the masters.
 

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Hewitt vs Safin 7-7 with neither ever winning 3 in a row vs the other, all just two in a rows.
 

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Among the big rivalries, maybe Lendl-Becker. The overall H2H is 11-10, but one of Lendl's win was a w/o, so the actually played matches were 10-10. Both had several wins in a row, but it was not clearly shifting in one direction.
 

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Thanks Martin,did not know Becker and Lendl was so close.
 
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