Originally Posted by BobbyOne
Benhur, Thanks. This confirms that Federer is not (almost) invincible...
his winning % from 2003 when he got really good-now is sick
anyway some stats from wikipedia, not up to date for 2013 but still
- Federer is the first male to achieve 84.6% ratio of Grand Slam finals reached after making it to more than 10 semifinals (22 finals/26 semi-finals), this is between 2003 Wimbledon Championships and 2010 US Open. He has since made it to 24 Grand Slam finals from 32 semi-finals giving him a career ratio of 75%. From the 2004 Australian Open to the 2009 US Open he had a ratio of 87% (20 finals/23 semi-finals).
- Federer is currently the only male player to have winning percentage over 85% in three Grand-Slam tournaments (all except French Open). Only Federer and Rafael Nadal have winning percentage over 80% in all the four Grand-Slam tournaments.
- Federer is the only male to achieve winning percentage of 95% in Grand-Slam tournaments in three different seasons (2004, 2006 and 2007).
- As of 2012 US Open, Federer's match record in Grand Slam tournaments is 247–37, giving him an 87.0 winning percentage, being third behind Borg (89. and Nadal (87.7)
tons more http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._Roger_Federer