Recent content by talicnitom

  1. T

    Do you think Djokovic is legend?

    1555 but, if he wins he will still be 1830p behind No1e in year to day points. 275p from DC final will drop after WTF but before end of 2016.
  2. T

    At this very moment who you rate higher: Djokovic or Nadal

    I had my own system for years, and it is steel the same. To avoid all subjective criteria I create a GOAT point system (but it is also subjective in how much points is each worth). I think this is pretty good at least for compare latest generations (Agassi, Sampras, Fed, Rafa, Nole…). YE#1 - 1...
  3. T

    Who had the best year in 2012?

    NOT realy: 1. Novak Djokovic 12,920 (18 tournaments played) 2. Roger Federer 10,265 (21 tournaments played) Slams: (W,F,SF, F) vs (SF, SF, W,QF) Titles: GS, WTF, 3 Masters, ATP500 vs GS, 3 Masters, 2 ATP500 (so it is WTF vs ATP500) H2H 3-2 GS 1-1 WTF 1-0 M 1-1 W-L 75-12 vs 71-12 YE#1...
  4. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    RG 2010 - only soderling as top10 player W 2010 - soderling and murrey In 2010 Rafa met just 6 top10 players to win 7 tournaments! And it wos his best year! His only 3 slams year!
  5. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    Rafa vs No1e: 2011-2013 YE#1: 1 - 2 ITF champ: 0 - 3 Weeks as no1: 38 - 101 GS: 4 - 5 WTF: 0 - 2 Masters: 8 - 11 T1 titles: 12 - 18 Titles: 17 - 24 H2H: 6 - 10 W - L %: (186-28) 86,9% - (219-27) 89% YE: 2,4,1 (avarage 2,3) - 1,2,1 (avarage 1,3) ... Rafa vs Fed 2008-2009 YE#1: 1 - 1 ITF...
  6. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    So Rafas players outside the top10 is better than No1es inside top10? And in No1es case, No1e (2011) met Rafa himself (in the middel of "his era") 6 times (as many as Rafa met top10 players overall in his best year)!!!!
  7. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    It is very big difference between 7 loses in a ROW in big finals and 6 losses out of 7 matches and 4 slam loses with more wins on masters and WTF events between! And no5 player can't be the best by any standards!
  8. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    Yes, by that logic whole open era is Feds era!
  9. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    About cakewalks: In 2010 Rafa won 7 more or less big titles! It was his best year! 3 slams, 3 masters and atp500! On the road to this 7 titles he met 6 top10 players!!!!!!!! No1e in his 3 slams years (2011 and 2015) on the road to his titles met 18 (3 x as many as Rafa) and 27 (4,5 x as many...
  10. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    You never replayed to me before. And what about 7 big loses in a row to same gay in the middle of “his era”? ATP ranking is most objective to deside who is the best player. And rafa spent very long time as no4 or 5 when he supposed to be dominant.
  11. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    How he can have his own era when he spent much more time as no 2-5 in that period than as no1? In 2008 he started as no2 and finish as no1. In 2009 he started as no1, fell to no3 and finished as no2. In 2010 he started as no 2, fell to no4 and for some period traveled between 3 and 4 and then...
  12. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    Nadal had 3 god years but no era! And it is his bigest issue, when talk about ATG. Feds is his H2H with main rivals. No1es was his RG, now is dificult to find some (slam nr will be if he doasn't imrove it).
  13. T

    What would you generally regard as the "Nadal era"

    Nope… Little stats… What is the most defending for a dominance? Big titles and no1 position. If it is like you say that it is: Fed 2004-2009, Rafa 208 – 2013, No1e 2011 – present: BEST - WORST Weeks at no1: Fed: 256 out of 312 – 82% No1e: 202 out of 283 –71,4% (if he keeps it to the end...
Top