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  1. chjtennis

    Djokovic beat Rafa and Roger...

    Hahaha, you're joking, aren't you?
  2. chjtennis

    Medvedev to dominate in 2022

    Time for Meddy v Sascha rivalry in 2022, with Djok and Tsitsi as the other biggest threats. Maybe too early for Sinner and Alcaraz to join the party yet, but I can see them taking over soon.
  3. chjtennis

    Djokovic beat Rafa and Roger...

    In 2015-2016, Federer was far from his peak. 34-35 yo Federer was still a formidable opponent, but let's not kid ourselves, it's not like Federer was as good as he once had been.
  4. chjtennis

    Stop the nonsense please - the only ATP player in the last 40 years who came closer than Djokovic in the CYGS chase was Djokovic himself

    Well, it's not like Djokovic lost to Nadal or Fed at USO this year. Federer could've won CYGS if not for Nadal at FO and we all know Nadal is the absolute king of clay. Same cannot be said of Medvedev at USO.
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    I like Tsitsipas as a player but I can see he is quite narcissistic and has too much of an ego. He's just jealous.
  6. chjtennis

    Conspiracy against Djokovic

    How could anyone possibly say it was a very tough draw? Djokovic didn't run into problems until QF or SF.
  7. chjtennis

    "PLAYING THE OLYMPICS WAS A BIG MISTAKE" : Says former Davis Cup Captain on Djokovic

    I think this is just a stupid comment Djokovic should ignore. Nole was motivated for Golden slam. Even after the loss, he still had a huge prize that was CYGS to chase.
  8. chjtennis

    What is the GS totals of the Big 3 if Djokovic's and Federer's age were swapped?

    Federer motivated Nadal and Djokovic to be the great players they are. Djokovic would still have been the dominant no.1 until Federer hits prime but maybe not as dominant as Federer was. From around 2009-2010, Federer would've started to dominate their rivalry. In 2014, 33 yo Fed led 27 yo Nole...
  9. chjtennis

    Big 3 Grand Slam Titles by Difficulty

    Not completely true. 2017 was a huge bonus for him. Djokovic was a little off, old Federer got himself injured during US season and Rafa easily took USO title and the YE#1. Also in 2019, Djok and Fed, his 2 biggest threats on HC at that time, lost to injuries at USO and it helped Nadal get YE#1...
  10. chjtennis

    Rod Laver probably threatened by Djokovic

    Laver is just being objective.
  11. chjtennis

    The Grand Slam seems too good to be true

    Djokovic has a very good shot at it. I'd say his chances are 70-80%. Certainly his last chance though.
  12. chjtennis

    Next top 4?

    There are more than 4 players who are about similar level. I don't see any super talented player who is at the level of Big 3, but there is a rather big group of solid players and we won't be able to pick just 4. Zverev, Medvedev, Thiem, Tsitsipas, Rublev, Berrettini and Sinner seem to be all in...
  13. chjtennis

    Rafa pulls out Cincy, the end is near..

    We may start to see Nadal concentrating on clay season more and more from here. Once you lose the confidence, it's hard to win anything, and Nadal's confidence must be not as high as it used to be. If he participates in US Open, the outcome of his campaign there will be important to his...
  14. chjtennis

    A question to Federer fans

    Wimbledon final between Federer and Djokovic where Fed pulls it off against all odds would be the perfect finale.
  15. chjtennis

    Is there actually a strong chance that Federer and Nadal will retire soon, or are people just over-reacting?

    As much as I would like to see Federer in decent form for a couple more years, you have to say the end is not too far away for him. Nadal and Djokovic is also getting there. Look at the tour now. Big 3 are all in need to take breaks because their bodies are not young enough to last the full...
  16. chjtennis

    Is Djokovic finnished?

    Far from it, but slowly getting there.
  17. chjtennis

    Nadal has been the victim of the "younger ATG"phenomenon.

    33 yo Nadal got owned by 38 yo Fed everywhere except clay. /thread
  18. chjtennis

    Federer's career, what could he have done better

    Switching to RF97 in 2008. Could've won more than handful more slams with that move.
  19. chjtennis

    It's official: 2021 was Rafael Nadal's worst ever clay season O_o

    Probably because he is that much older now.
  20. chjtennis

    Happy Birthday Roger!

    Hope he comes back even stronger.
  21. chjtennis

    Why has Kyrgios only met djokovic 2 times?

    NK basically has been a part timer all his career.
  22. chjtennis

    Djokovic: "I believe I am the best" (11.07.2021)

    Can't really argue with that. Forget about the circumstances, situations, competition, etc. We should just go with the stats and I have no problem calling Djok the GOAT. Congrats!
  23. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    I mean, it almost looks as if Djok is holding back when he hits his shots. Very strange. 1 break back for Berry.
  24. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    Berrettini injured? Could be an extremely lucky break for Djok.
  25. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    Honestly, a player with solid fundamentals like Hurkacz would murder this version of Djokovic. This is the best chance to win Wimbledon for Berrettini. He'd better take it.
  26. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    With Novak playing poorly, Berry may break back again.
  27. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    Raonic has way better techniques with his FH and BH. The way Berry smacks his FH with his forearm is kind of similar to what Isner sometimes does. Berry has very push BH as well. Too much room for improvement.
  28. chjtennis

    2021 Wimbledon Final: [1] Novak Djokovic SRB vs [7] Matteo Berrettini ITA

    Shockingly poor performance from Djoker, or does he have a twin brother? This match is all about if Djok can lift himself back to his usual level. But something's wrong with him. With that drop shot on the 2nd last point, Djok just stood on the baseline after hitting it. He would normally...