This thread deals with Djokovic's place in history in terms of his tennis playing ability and career results, rather than just judging a singular season among other great singular seasons, however I do present to you: Djokovic's full 2011 REVIEW Part One http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5_v23rk-7w Part Two http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLXkTbT2NOs Novak Djokovic's 2011 was one of the best seasons in Tennis history (specifically the Open Era). Where does his legendary season place him among the pantheon of greats? (I put tremendous effort into these 2 videos, watching them will surely be worth your time! ) Here is a list of elite titles won by players mainly from Open Era: PHP: Federer - 22 (16 Slams, 6 Year-end Championship equivalents)Sampras - 21 (14 , 7)Lendl - 15 (8 , 7)McEnroe - 15 (7 , 8)Borg - 14 (11, 3) Nadal - 11 (10, 1 Olympic Gold)Connors - 11 (8 , 3)Becker - 10 (6 , 4)Agassi - 10 (8 , 1 , 1)Newcombe - 8 (7 , 1)Edberg - 7 (6 , 1)Wilander - 7 (7)Nastase - 6 (2 , 4)Djokovic - 5 (4 , 1)Vilas - 5 (4 , 1)Ashe - 4 (3 , 1)Courier - 4 (4)Kuerten - 4 (3 , 1)Kodes - 3 (3)Murray - 0 *** More contentious: Rosewall - 25 + (not including probably lots of YEC wins or tournaments of equal prestige - but includes 2 WCT Finals wins which were both over Rod Laver) Laver 19+ (not including probably lots of YEC wins or if not, then tournaments of equal prestige) Reason? Didn't always partake in the same Slam equivalent tournaments due to being on different tours for a few years and, even when both on the same tour for several years, still a divide existed between two alternative tours (implications are obvious. I am not the type to spell them out). **** This is based on Slams and Year-end Championship tournaments containing only the cream of the crop (Oh, and Olympic Gold). Winning these tournaments generally takes an incredibly high level of play and requires victory over an elite field. Please, those who have a greater insight into the status of tournaments at certain times, feel free to give alternative numbers for these players.''[/QUOTE] Where does Djokovic Stand?