Originally Posted by cknobman
I can give credit to his achievment because he is a great player and he has accomplished great things.
What I cant do is somehow try and deduce that he is greater than players who have achieved far more or somehow try and twist logic to say that he is greater because he has managed to achieve what he has "in spite of his health/physical condition". You see his physical problems are a direct result of the way he plays the game which in itself takes away from his greatness. His physical problems are not an excuse why he has not won more but rather the opposite. He would have won more if he had been a better tennis player. Rafa is a great competitor more-so than a great tennis player.
His injury issues has meant he has had less chances to win.
Plus, at least part of his injury problems are related to his foot problem and not just the way he plays.