Originally Posted by NadalAgassi
Of course he would lose some slams from 60-62 in that scenario, but he would gain many more slams in 64-67 when he would have been the dominant player and won most of them, than he would have lost from 60-62. All that is already taken into account when people do their estimates, and the estimates of virtually all experts have Laver, Rosewall, Gonzales all winning 18 or more.
Plus he did not have a YEC or WCT final like Federer had so, take all Fed YEC titles when comparing, please
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