Predict the end H2H record of the Big 4 against each other?

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  1. tank_job

    tank_job Banned

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    If you're feeling frisky, you can put the actually number of matches won/lost, but it will suffice to put who you think will win each H2H.

    I'll start;

    Federer/Nadal: Nadal
    Federer/Djokovic: Djokovic
    Federer/Murray: Murray

    Nadal/Djokovic: Nadal
    Nadal/Murray: Nadal

    Djokovic/Murray: Djokovic
     
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  2. NadalAgassi

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    Federer vs Nadal: Nadal

    Federer vs Djokovic: Djokovic, but it could be very close. It depends alot how much longer Federer plays.

    Federer vs Murray: Murray.

    Nadal vs Djokovic: Nadal

    Nadal vs Murray: Nadal

    Djokovic vs Murray: Djokovic, but this one is also tough to know for sure. Isnt it quite close now.
     
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  3. DropShotArtist

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    Fedal : 19-14 for Nadal
    Fed Djoko: 19-17 for Federer
    Fed Murray: 12-12 tied

    Nadal Djoker: 24-20 Djoker
    Nadal Murray: 14-10 Nadal

    Djoker Murray: 19-17 for Djoker
     
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  4. papertank

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    Fed/Nadal- 22-14 Nadal
    Fed/Djoker- 18-16 Djokovic
    Fed/Murray- 12-11 Murray
    Nadal/Djoker- 23-22 Djokovic
    Nadal/Murray- 18/11 Nadal
    Djoker/Murray- 17-17 tie
     
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  5. tank_job

    tank_job Banned

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    Oh dear.

    Looks like many are predicting Federer will end up with a losing H2H against ALL THREE of the other Big 4?

    That's got to hurt his GOAT status.
     
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  6. kaku

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    Fed/Nadal: Rafa
    Fed/Djoker: Fed
    Fed/Murray: Murray
    Nadal/Djoker: Rafa
    Nadal/Murray: Nadal
    Murray/Djoker: Tied
     
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  7. Agassifan

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    If he keeps playing until he is 35, he will have losing records against all three (Even in slams).

    He should pull the Nadal trick: on his worst surfaces, he shouldn't show up in the semis and finals.
     
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  8. papertank

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    It's only logical that it would happen, Fed is 5-6 years older. They had different primes.
     
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  9. MTF07

    MTF07 Semi-Pro

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    Federer is up 4 matches on Djokovic. I don't see him not leading the head to head when it's all said and done. Even since 2010, the head to head is about dead even.
     
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  10. 90's Clay

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    Murray will probably only have a h2h advantage over Federer by the time its all over
     
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  11. kishnabe

    kishnabe G.O.A.T.

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    Federer/Nadal: Nadal
    Federer/Djokovic: Federer
    Federer/Murray: Tie

    Nadal/Djokovic: Tie
    Nadal/Murray: Nadal

    Djokovic/Murray: Djokovic
     
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  12. tennisaddict

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    You are a frickin genius, arent you ? You start a thread wanting to see forum members say Fed will end up with losing H2H and after 2 replies , state the obvious,

    Mr. Einstein, Fed is 5-6 years older than Nadal, Novak and Murray. Now like a 3rd grade school boy repeat the bolded part 100 times in your mind.
     
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