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SpicyCurry1990
SpicyCurry1990
lol whats the point, u obviously aren't going to agree despite what the numbers say...
The_18th_Slam
The_18th_Slam
I don't have to agree. I want to know so you can stick to it, without jumping from one position to another depending on what suits you.
The_18th_Slam
The_18th_Slam
Unless of course you'd rather be a coward and not answer, proving yourself to be the hypocrite you are ;)
Bilders
Bilders
I am sure there is clinically proven research all over the forum in relation to these very questions, and from close to no less than 1000 analysts ;)
The_18th_Slam
The_18th_Slam
For me:
Federer's prime: 2003 Wimbledon to 2010 Australian Open
Nadal's prime: 2007 French Open to 2013 US Open
SpicyCurry1990
SpicyCurry1990
Federer prime: 2004-2012
Nadal prime: 2008-2013
Djokovic prime: 2011-current
SpicyCurry1990
SpicyCurry1990
Federer was injury riddled in 2013, but has still been producing prime levels on Bo3 fast hards in 14-15 and also managed to recapture his prime form for 2 weeks to make his Wimb 14 and Wimb 15 runs.
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