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    Objective Analysis of Slam victories

    Hmmm tough one. Maybe player C?
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    A novel way to determine who is GOAT: Pick 2 out of 3

    Thank you all for your responses. I am now feeding the results into a neural network created by a famous Cambridge Professor who specialises in machine learning / AI. We have over 4000 AWS virtual servers with TitanX GPUs running 24/7 working on the problem. We should have a final GOAT...
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    A novel way to determine who is GOAT: Pick 2 out of 3

    Here is an old trick that can be used to resolve the debate. Don't think too much about why you have to choose 2. Answer genuinely. Once the results come in, I will explain the basis for this technique, with references to scientific litterature.
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    Why I now feel Nadal is almost certain to reach 20 slams

    As predicted... now the entire forum is ALMOST CERTAIN that Nadal is done winning Grand Slams ;)
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    The KIA guy just jinxed Nadal, lol. What an idiot... No way Nadal wins RG now.
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    You know you've done your job as a fan, when a player walk across the court to give you his racket after a match. GOAT serbian fan, l,ol
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    Very disappointed with Nadal

    The only thing injured about Nadal is his ego. He's being dominated by a much better player on this court, and on this day. It happens... nothing to be ashamed about.
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    Have any of the big 3 lost to each other, in a straight sets, on a hard court, in a GS?
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    Djokovic is so ****ing fast. It's just unreal.
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    Maybe the easy draw backfired on Nadal this time around. He seems totally out of sorts by Djokovic's level. Normally he has an extra gear which makes for amazing rallies.
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    This is the most dominant 6-3 set I've seen. Felt like a 6-1. That being said, Nadal is starting to get into rallies a bit. Might get interesting.
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    2019 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final (1) Novak Djokovic V (2) Rafael Nadal

    Is djo getting bored. what's with the lobs and drops when he's dominating.
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    I know who will win on Sunday (spoilers inside)...

    What time is the match? Off-topic but atptour.com doesn't have the schedule up yet. thanks
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    Why I now feel Nadal is almost certain to reach 20 slams

    Answer: Because he won his last few matches convincingly. As soon as he loses a GS match you'll change your opinion to "Why I'm almost certain Nadal will not catch up to Federer" That's how things work on this forum, for some reason. Truth is, both Nadal and Djokovic have a chance to catch up...
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    2019 Australian Open SF: Rafael Nadal [2] vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

    On a side-note, what's with all this talk of Tsitsipas breaking shoe laces often during his matches. How does one BREAK a shoe lace? Are Greek shoe laces made out of recycled toilet paper to help the economy?
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    2019 Australian Open SF: Rafael Nadal [2] vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

    He looks like he's lost muscle mass to me.
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    2019 Australian Open SF: Rafael Nadal [2] vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

    Nadal testing the moonball option. So far not working. He'll have to play for winners. BP
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    2019 Australian Open SF: Rafael Nadal [2] vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

    I just hope Tsitsipas does not get destroyed. We've seen too many young guys go into mediocre careers because the big 3 spanked them early on. Give us 5 sets.
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    Dream Final?

    Djokovic vs Nadal (clash of the titans) or Djokovic vs Tsitsipas (next gen beats Big 3 in one tournament?)
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    [2] Nadal vs. Tiafoe

    looool, had not seen these before. They're in the "so bad it's good" category. I'm guessing intentionally. Well done Uber Eats!
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    Federer has announced that he will play the clay season

    He might actually do ok on Clay. Fed dominates when he hits through his opponents with an aggressive all-court game. He used to be able to do that from a neutral rally standpoint, which made him unstoppable on faster courts. These days he's mostly only aggressive if he forces a short ball with...
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    2019 Australian Open 4R - [1] Novak Djokovic vs. [15] Daniil Medvedev

    I don't know. Medvedev's sweat-drenched, red-faced, hair-falling-apart look... makes him a contender.
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    2019 Australian Open 4R - [1] Novak Djokovic vs. [15] Daniil Medvedev

    Medvedev is a graduate of the the Delpo-Nishikori shool of "I may look ****ing exhausted, but I feel just fine"
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    I think (not sure) that what the umpire did was against the rules. But in terms of "cosmic fairness", the decision was correct. Nishikori would have won that point (100%) if it wasn't for the line judge's mistake.
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    A ball of his was called out, he challenged and it was in but the referee did not make them replay the point, because he judged that Nishikori hit a comfortable winner BEFORE the call was yelled out (it was a late call according to ump)
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    I can understand why PCB is so angry, but when he cools down and thinks about what happened, he'll realize the result of that let cord point was fair. Nishikori had beaten him on that point.
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    Wow. Nishikori proves he's a decider king.... What a tiebreak. Amazing.
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    PCB being a *****. He knows he could not have gotten to that ball. He lost the point.
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    2019 Australian Open 4R :- [8] Kei Nishikori v/s [23] Pablo Carreno Busta

    You can tell why Nishi is the all-time leader in decider set %. He seems to have no fear in this TB. Hope his aggression gets rewarded!
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