My own post on the H2H records between those five men was here: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...60#post7091660
I'd be interested in hearing your take on it. But even more than the H2H records, it's my question about the yearly win/loss records that I was interested in getting you to address (not sure if I made that distinction clear).
I first posted the data here: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...40#post7085240
Upthread you wrote, who really knows whether Federer has left his best tennis behind -- a statement I can't agree with at all, for many reasons. So my question has to do with these W/L records. We usually let them guide us if we want to identify when young players reached their peak playing level.
That being the case, shouldn't we let Federer's declining win/loss records guide us in the same way if we want to identify when he began declining from his peak playing level?
That was a question for both you and BobbyOne. I know you both have done a lot of research and work with yearly win/loss records going well back through tennis history.