Hard to change a winning formula when you got 11 slams and titled practically the best dirt baller in the game. I mean yes he did lose 3 consecutive slam finals to him but it wasn't like Nadal was blown off the court. Besides, Djoker was just playing the best tennis of his life. Nadal owned Djoker for most of their career, Djoker managed to find a way to beat Nadal and then now they're back to even ground (beating Djoker in the 2 masters finals + RG final). I'd say their record against each other will be decided by the surface they play on.
Prince Response 97 - With 1.5 grams at 3 and 9 each.