Originally Posted by 5555
Well, by that token, no one has ever been an all-time great, because if we assume that the opinions of professionals are only to be taken with a grain of salt, none of the top players in history has a claim to being an all time great.
Especially not Djokovic. I'm really not sure what your argument here is.. are you trying to say there are no all-time greats? Because that's pretty much what you've just done, if you're thinking in such black and white terms as logical fallacies and only having a sound argument if it is backed up by facts (something you're not actually doing yourself, mind you, seeing as you said this in your OP):
So, if you believe that the majority of expert opinions are not valid evidence to support the claim that Lendl, Borg, and McEnroe are all-time greats, something you just hinted at by calling another poster out for using a 'logical fallacy' to disprove his point, then your whole thread is for nothing, as you also have no grounds to argue Djokovic is An all time great.
So, in conclusion, by taking your own words and applying them to the topic at hand, no, Djokovic is not an all time great.