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  1. Leandro2045

    Thiem is 7-1 vs Top 5 players on Hard-Courts since Massu became his coach.

    The only loss came against Djokovic on that 5 set Australian Open Final. 7-1 (87.5%)! Defeated (4) Federer : 3-6 6-3 7-5 / Indian Wells Final Defeated (3) Federer : 7-5 7-5 / World Tour Finals RR Defeated (2) Djokovic : 6-7 6-3 7-6 / World Tour Finals RR Defeated (1) Nadal : 7-6 7-6 4-6 7-6 /...
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    Dominic Thiem is the 2nd ever player to have at least 5 wins against all members of the Big 3.

    The other one is of course the great Andy Murray. 5-2 vs Federer (71.4%) 5-7 vs Djokovic (41.6%) 6-9 vs Nadal (40%)
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    Nadal now 4-0 on Hard-courts (2-0 indoors) against the great Stefanos

    What does this tells us about the current World Tour Finals champion ?
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    Only 3 players in history have won more Slams off-clay than the "Clay-Courter" Rafael Nadal.

    So i've seen countless amount of post here saying how Rafa Slam resume is somehow "worse" than Roger's and Novak because he has won so much on Clay. It should in fact be the opposite when you look at the numbers.. Tennis players with more Slams than Rafael Nadal off-clay in Open Era history ...
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    If you could pick one player to win one set to save your life ?

    Both the tournament & the opponent are selected randomly. Your pick is playing at the very peak of his powers. Remember is one single set, a best of 1 match.
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    Can people finally stop pretending Djokodal is "competitive" on Clay Courts.

    I've been telling people over and over again it has the same competitive value as Djokodal in Hard Courts yet everyone was dismissing my argument like nothing.
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    Number of seasons losing at all four slams :

    Federer : 8 (2000, 2001, 2002, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019) Murray : 7 (2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015) Djokovic : 5 (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010) Nadal : 1 (2015)
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    Since Wimbledon 2001 only two lefties have been in a Grand Slam Final.

    Since Goran Ivanisevic won his first and only Grand Slam title back in Wimbledon 2001 only two more left-handed players have reached a Grand Slam Final Right-handers : Australian Open : Djokovic (x8), Federer (x7), Murray (x5), Safin (x3), Johansson, Schüttler, Agassi, Hewitt, Baghdatis...
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    What is the most surprising H2H at a single slam event in tennis history ?

    I must add there must be a minimum of 2 matches to disregard any flukes. Nominate and discuss what in your opinion is the most surprising slam H2H at a single event in history, some examples below : Adriano Panatta 2-1 vs Bjorn Borg at Roland Garros (One time Champion vs Six-time Champion)...
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    The third tournament with the most match wins by Nadal is the AO

    Isn't it incredible ? 93 - Roland Garros (12 Titles) in 15 Editions. 71 - Monte Carlo (11 Titles) in 16 Editions. 65 - Australian Open (1 Title) in 15 Editions 64 - US Open (4 Titles) in 15 Editions. 61 - Barcelona (11 Titles) in 15 Editions. 61 - Rome (11 Titles) in 15 Editions. 54 - Indian...
  11. Leandro2045

    Highest win percentage at each Grand Slam

    Small correction : Sampras is 71-9 (88.75%) at the US Open, still putting him at First place.
  12. Leandro2045

    French Open 2001 - Roger Federer first ever Grand Slam QF

    Something many people don't know about it is that Roger made the second week of Paris twice (2000,2001) before making it for the first time at Australia, Wimbledon or New York. He went from losing to a Clay Court master like Corretja twice (2000,2001) on R4-QF's to losing to Arazi and Luis...
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    Dominic Thiem - The French Open Dilemma

    If you take Rafa out of the picture Dominic would already be seen as an all time great in Paris, his incredible record there speaks for himself : Against the Field : 24-2 (92%) Against Nadal : 0-4 (0%) For how long can Rafa keep blocking Thiem path to greatness ? When will the Dominator...
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