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Rafael Nadal Spain. Novak Djokovic Serbia. Björn Borg Sweden. Boris Becker Germany, West Germany. Roger Federer Switzerland. Go for it No1e!
Rafa now knows after thrashing Djokovic in the French Open Final, that the way to beat Djokovic is for Nadal to be aggressive with his strokes from the start, thereby not letting Djokovic dictate play with his ball placement.
The great Rafa Nadal is a massive 3 Grand Slam singles titles ahead of Djokovic and they both started around the same time.
Vamos Rafa! Rafa has won 7 Grand Slam singles titles away from clay, the same number of Grand Slam singles titles that the great John McEnroe won in his whole career.
Therefore, Rafa is determined to win more Grand Slam singles titles away from clsy as he definitely has the game to do it.
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We have updated this post accordingly. Precy January 1, Tennis Fan January 13, Rafamania October 12, Djokovic is a bit more goal oriented because he mentioned that he also wants to break the record for number of weeks at number 1 but his main priority is to win the most Grand Slam singles titles.
Just show me their Grand Slam singles results and how many Grand Slam singles titles they have won. So, I have now come to the conclusion that Federer fans can write all they want about Federer being the GOAT if it gives them a buzz, because I strongly believe that Grand Slam singles titles are what matters the most to professional players.
It's a gap. Nadal would need at least GS titles to claim that he's better than RF. At the same time Nole probably surpass RF's weeks, but disqualification at US Open could cost him much more than only 1 GS title - a place in history.
Only then will that player be known as the Greatest of All Time. Mr Lendl, you are spot on and completely correct with your assessment.
Bliss, Grand Slam singles titles are what players are remembered for long after they have retired. Grand Slam singles titles is the most important thing to the top players.
Bliss, every astute tennis person knows that Grand Slam singles titles is the real measure of the greatest men's player of all time.
Your logic is pathetic! Nadal and Djokovic are still playing the game. Nothing you or any other Federer fan will say will convince Nadal and Djokovic fans otherwise!
Even if you and every other Federer fan continually keeps writing that he is the GOAT a zillion times, I and other Nadal and Djokovic fans will continually laugh out loud at those comments because we strongly disagree.
Bliss, Nadal all the way. His Grand Slam singles strike rate is much better than Federer. Grand Slam singles titles are what counts the most.
Every top player knows that. Why do you think Djokovic is putting his health at risk when other top players are withdrawing from the Coronavirus.
So he can win the US Open. ATP decision not to delete rank points from US Open and Cincinnati supports both Nadal and Federer against players involved in those tournaments like Djokovic and many others.
I know that show must attract the crowd, but this decision has also some disadvantages: 1 makes much more difficult to defend No 1 for Nole, 2 increases RF's rank above many young players who play all the time during season.
Ad 1: I hope Nole will be able to stay at No 1 till late , when those points disappear. Ad 2: seed in would prefare strongly RF for first half of the season.
Nadal is a better player than Federer and will go down in history as a better player than Federer. Federer is tennis GOAT for sure. Huge gap between Federer and the field.
Bigger than the majority of sports like Wayne Gretzky in Hockey. Ian, I read that interview with Ivan Lendl too.
It should also be noted what the current strike rates are of all these 3 players in winning their Grand Slam singles titles:.
As you can see, Federer has played in many more Grand Slam tournaments than both Nadal and Djokovic, and of course, after the current US Open and French Open, which will both be played shortly, these figures will be updated from the ladder, should there be any significant change.
I completely agree with Ivan Lendl. Rao Srinivas, you forgot to mention the quality of opposition Federer had in the first 5 years of his career, compared to the quality of opposition Nadal and Djokovic had when they started their careers, which was far tougher.
Nadal is a very professional tennis player. He won the calendar Grand Slam twice. That is a career to be envied.
There is every doubt that Roger Federer is the greatest of all time. Nadal and Djokovic have achieved more than Federer did in a 5 year less time period.
They, along with Rod Laver are the greatest of all time, not Federer. Tyran, you seem to take delight in mentioning what Federer did when he was younger.
I would argue that Federer would not have won as many Grand Slam singles titles as he did, had both Djokovic and Nadal started their careers at the same time.
I just find that what Nadal and Djokovic have been able to achieve over their whole careers is far more impressive to me than Federer. By the way, Djokovic won his 1st Grand Slam singles title at age 20, whereas Federer was nearly 23 when he won his 1st Grand Slam singles title.
Djokovic then won his 2nd Grand Slam singles aged 23 in the Australian Open in , still younger than Federer was when Federer won his 1st Grand Slam singles title.
Djokovic then continued to have great success in , winning more Grand Slam titles. Grass is only one surface. Djokovic has performed well on all surfaces, as has Nadal.
I also disagree with Tyran. What Nadal and Djokovic have achieved in winning Grand Slam singles titles in a 5 year shorter time frame than Federer puts both Nadal and Djokovic above Federer.
I say Rod Laver is the greatest player of all time for having won the calendar Grand Slam twice. To Tyran: Djokovic suffered from gluten and other food alergies.
He changed the diet in and started to dominate till today. I think this is a fair article. Federer and Nadal deserve to be in the top two positions, in my opinion.
And I feel in order for Dokovic to have ranked higher, he needed to do more during the 1st half of his rivalry against Federer and Nadal During that periord of time referenced, Djokovic only managed to win just 1 GS title, of the first Nadal, who is just 1 year younger than he, won 8.
In fact, Nadal recorded more GS than Djokovic did on all 3 surfaces, by Djokovic should've at least held an edge over Nadal, on his best surface HC.
But he didn't. Djokovic also never faced a young Federer on grass Fed's best surface. Most of Djokovic's bigger or greater achievements took place against an aging Federer, who had already reached 30 years old, by And also during the time Nadal was experiencing greater struggles with injuries.
Nadal experienced more challenges with injuries, post , than prior to that year. He missed more GS tournaments during , than he did from To me, those factors made Djokovic's path towards his greater success was easier than that of Federer and Nadal.
There is no doubt that Roger Federer is the Greatest of all Time. No doubt at all: The best tennis player ever is Rod Laver.
I have been doing research watching his numerous games and he was a superb gifted tennis player. Also, he always showed a charming beautiful personality proper of a true professional sport man; he presented himself in the field as a humble sport man.
We have also taken into account the 24 Grand Slam tournaments that Rod Laver was forced to miss, playing as a professional player from to We are of the belief that Rod Laver would have won around 15 to 19 out of those 24 Grand Slam tournaments on offer, which would have made his total Grand Slam titles rise from 11 to around 26 to It was truly amazing that in , Rod Laver eventually returned to playing Grand Slam tournaments, having been permitted to do so, and still won The Grand Slam, 4 Grand Slam titles in the calendar year, having done exactly the same in winning The Grand Slam in , 4 Grand Slam titles in the calendar year.
As he was banned from playing as a professional in Grand Slam tournaments from to , in effect, Rod Laver won 8 Grand Slam tournaments in a row.
The only man to have won the Calendar Grand Slam Twice. Laver missed his peak years of not being allowed to play as a professional between to If he had been allowed to play, Rod Laver would have won at least 25 Grand Slam singles titles.
Gonzalo, your complaints have been shown to officials within the ATP and no action will be taken. The Tennis Code of Conduct committee believes there is absolutely no case to answer for both Nadal and Djokovic.
The committee believes that individuals like yourself are entitled to their opinion like anyone else but Federer has been asked his opinion and more importantly, he accepts the behaviour of both Nadal and Djokovic.
He is not at all distracted by their past or present behaviour and in fact has told the hierarchy at the ATP and The International Tennis Federation that he gets along very well with Nadal and Djokovic and the three of them have been catching up on Zoom.
He holds both Nadal and Djokovic as true professionals, who behave professionally. Mr Djokovic has complained about the crowd behaviour towards him in matches against Federer, which he claims is unfair advantage to Federer.
The ITF take this matter very seriously and will consider evicting unruly spectators against Djokovic in the future. The Security Guards at future tennis matches between the pair will be more vigilant.
Gonzalo, no matter you say you and how you write it, your are a very bad sport. Federer is not the greatest. Your appeal has been dismissed. Nadal, repeatedly has harassed the opponent by requesting additional time before serving.
This action is unlawful because the players once ready can serve whenever they want unless there is an emergency.
Again, I repeat, Nadal does this over and over; this is cheating and seriously upsetting for the opponent. Since a few years ago I have not observed this behavior.
This behavior denotes his lack of professional conduct. Novak also used to have other aggressive actions such as breaking apart his shirt, etc.
I do know that these two players, Novak and Rafael, probably, are among the very best 5 tennis player ever. Nevertheless they have shown unlawful, distracting, upsetting behavior that should not have been permitted.
Since we are talking about men, I do not mention other tennis players that have even behaved much worst. At the contrary, Roger has shown a superb professional conduct and also an enviable tennis game; no doubt, Roger is a superb professional tennis player.
The same occurs with Laver; you can even argue that Laver probably is the best tennis player ever but that is quite a long discussion and I am not ready to justify it because I don't know enough and requires a detailed research.
And of course, my preferred tennis player used to be Rafael, but no more, he has been seriously abusive. And of course, I do accept that you could be proven that Novak has shown, about in , probably the best tennis game ever.
But quantitative success is not all. Not to me anyway. Gonzalo, you don't seem to understand the issues of what constitutes cheating.
Both Nadal and Djokovic are quite within their rights to take the full twenty seconds between serves.
If they take longer, they are given a warning by the umpire. It's not at all cheating. They have been doing that for their whole careers, regardless of whether they play the best players in the world or qualifiers who they beat easily.
It's only to settle themselves properly. There's no point rushing. It's just that other players are quicker to serve. It has absolutely nothing to do with cheating.
For a player it's far more annoying to have the crowd barracking for an opponent like Federer and the crowd getting under your skin than it is for an opponent to take the full 20 seconds to serve.
Hopefully, matches without crowds or very limited crowds will help his opponents. Gonzalo, your hatred of Nadal and Djokovic is clear. You can hate them.
I just admire players who do their job well, winning their Grand Slam singles titles in a shorter time frame than Federer.
Nadal and Djokovic will keep letting their racquets do the talking by winning more Grand Slam singles titles overall than Federer.
Gonzalo, you are just trying to make ridiculous excuses for Federer losing to Nadal and Djokovic in Grand Slam tournaments.
It is not the reason Federer loses to them. Federer has lost the biggest matches in Grand Slam tournaments to Nadal and Djokovic in the past, because Nadal and Djokovic have played better than Federer.
Face the facts Gonzalo. When Nadal, Djokovic and Murray started their careers, they had to play each other at their peak, as well as Federer.
Nadal and Djokovic have had far more tougher competition than Federer throughout their careers and Nadal and Djokovic have thrived. What they have achieved over a tougher and shorter Grand Slam tournament career is far more impressive than Federer.
Gonzalo, Federer always has the crowd cheering much more for him. Yet, Federer still loses the majority of the big matches to Djokovic and Nadal for most of his career.
Cheats never prosper. He made an audible obscenity to a female umpire during the Australian Open and got a warning. Federer is a bad person. Gonzalo, Nadal is a delightful, humble man.
I am a massive Nadal fan and take offence to your pathetic and untrue observations. Nadal is only one Grand Slam title behind Federer, and has played in less than 20 Grand Slam tournaments than Federer and has had to miss many more Grand Slam tournaments than Federer.
He has a better head to head record against Federer in Grand Slam tournaments and overall. Nadal is a true champion and the greatest tennis player of all time.
Congratulations Rafa on a brilliant and remarkable tennis career! Get that through your head! Nadal and Djokovic are the greatest tennis players of all time!
Dominic, why not? Does professional conduct count? Cheating should not be allowed. And yes, there are other famous tennis players that have behaved really bad on court.
So Dominic, the professional conduct should participate in the evaluation of a player. Gonzalo, your argument has absolutely no relevance whatsoever as to who is the greatest male tennis player of all time.
Stick to the point and stop criticising other players. Gonzalo, You Cannot Be Serious! Your disgraceful, disgusting and completely inaccurate accusations of cheating is utter nonsense!
Nadal and Djokovic are much better players than Federer! Nadal and Djokovic are the greatest tennis players of all time and Federer is not.
Look up the head to head records and who has won their Grand Slam titles in a shorter time frame. Nadal and Djokovic have won their Grand Slam titles in a much quicker timeframe than Federer.
Both Nadal and Djokovic have better head to head to records against Federer in both Grand Slam tournaments and overall. I think he deserves No 6 or maybe No 5 today.
Bjorn is the second tennis player who can be in Top 5 easily if he played longer. Could surpass players from stats list. So generally speaking Bill's list is in my opinion much closer to reality than pure statistics.
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