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Will Djokovic's slam count be closer to Murray's or Nadal's?

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Maybe this is too late of a warning:

Do not attempt to reason with a dulltard. Most of them are so delusional that a simple reason, fact, evidence or logic would just fly over their head.
This. We should just ignore that ridiculous Nadulltard. I can't believe he thinks Novak would win less slams that Nadull in the future.


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Voted Murray. Nadal will win some more majors, regardless his recent run of form. He's coming back from injuries of last season. He had surgery. It may take him a year to be back to near his best, but with no new guys pushing through he's bound to take advantage again.

Murray also is back to some sort of consistency - he'll win at least one more major. I don't see Djokovic winning every major in sight for the next two years.
 

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mathematically speaking this is the same as asking who will win more slams:
two Djokovics vs Nadal + Murray

suppose D is Djokovic's current slam title count, d is the future titles he is going to win, and N, M for Nadal and Murray
now: N - D = D - M, (1)
in the future, we will be comparing (N + n) - (D + d) vs (D + d) - (M + m), (2)
cancelling equation (1) from equation (2), we will be comparing:
n - d vs d - m, which equals:
n + m vs d * 2

aside from the faulous year 2011, from 2012 on, we have:
2012: Djokovic(1) * 2 = 2 = Nadal(1) + Murray(1)
2013: Djokovic(1) * 2 = 2 < 3 = Nadal(2) + Murray(1)
2014: Djkovic(1) * 2 = 2 > 1 = Nadal(1) + Murray(0)
2015 till now: Djokovic(1) * 2 > 0 = Nadal(0) + Murray(0)
total Djkoivic(4) * 2 = 8 > 6 = Nadal(4) + Murray(2)
if 2015 is excluded, then it's 6 = 6

so after 2011, D, N and M were at 4, 10, 0, respectively, Djokovic actually caught up a little bit to now's 8, 14, 2
So it is Murray who lags behind

So the result very much depends on Murray, not D or N, if he gets back to his 2012~2013 form(which in my opinion demolishs Djokovic and Federer), he could make Murray + Nadal > Djokovic * 2
 

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*sees thread title that starts "When all is said and done..."*

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Nadal 15
Djokovic 12
Murray 4

That's how it will end.
 

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To show how ridiculous this thread is I'm gonna say Djokovic will surpass Federer. Murray doesnt deserve to be compared to Djokovic in any way, heck I dont even want to see them in the same sentence.
 

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Djokovic will end up with a tally in the double figures, so he'll be closer to Nadal who might not win any more. Andy will win a few more but he won't be anywhere near Djokovic's count.

Nadal: 14
Djokovic: 11/12
Murray: 4/5

Something like that.
 

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Murray is destined to retire with zero real slams. So Nadal.
 

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I would propose a one week ban for this user my dear Mods. Yesterday RedHotRafa49 made a thread how Nadal should retire and now he's suddenly winning 18 slams?
troll attempt 1/10
in a still weak era

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I would say Nole 14, Rafa 14, and Murray 2. That's how it ought to be
 

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really hard to say

at the moment obviously you would suspect he will end up closer to Nadal BUT if Murray somehow manages to win a few more slams then obviously that might not be the case. hard to say
 

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I expect Djocko to win more slams but i would be hard pushed to believe nadal or murray will ever again, unless the slams are gifted to them.
 
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