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  1. UnderratedSlam

    4/8 M1000s won by Big 3 this year. A change of guard?

    Not necessarily. 2019 4/9 or 5/9 2018 5/9 2017 5/9 2016 5/9 2015 7/9 2014 7/9 2013 8/9 2012 8/9 2011 7/9 2010 4/9 2009 6/9 2008 5/9 2007 7/9 2006 6/9 (pre-Djokovic) 2005 8/9 (pre-Djokovic) 2004 3/9 (pre-Djokovic/Nadal) If Djokovic, Federer or Nadal win Paris in a few weeks then...
  2. Yugram

    Nadal has never lost a final to NextGen player

    An interesting stat to think about before the US Open final. Lets count: Barcelona 2017 final – Nadal v Thiem 6-4 6-1 Madrid 2017 final – Nadal v Thiem 7-6 6-4 Beijing 2017 final – Nadal v Kyrgios 6-2 6-1 Barcelona 2018 final – Nadal v Tsitsipas 6-2 6-1 Rome 2018 final – Nadal v Zverev 6-1...
  3. HetTheGreaterer

    2019 US Open Men's Final :- [2] Rafael Nadal (Spain) v/s [5] Daniil Medvedev (Russia)

    So, here we are again. The final of 2019 United States open, last grandslam of the season, with 2 best performers of NA HC season playing each other once again. It's 27th grandslam final for Rafael Nadal & a 5th final at USO (W 2010, 13, 17. L 11). It's the very first grandslam final of any kind...
  4. AlexanderTheGreat08

    US Open SF : (5) Daniil Medvedev vs Grigor Dimitrov

    Let's go H2H 1-1 , 1-0 on HC for the russian
  5. HetTheGreaterer

    What is so special about nadal??

    The lost gen...... The mid gen....... Even the next gen struggles the most against this guy. In general, everyone has an awful record against all of big3, not just nadal. However, against nadal, they are probably the worst. Every hyped up youngster is pummelled into submission by nadal. They can...
  6. Scotter

    Double Fault Gen

    Does "Next Gen" struggle more with double-faulting than any other generation of players? We've seen a ton from Felix 2A, Zverev, and even Tsitsipas, Khachanov a bit. Maybe I'm just noticing it more b/c I'm working through it currently too but the last few weeks seem like it's everywhere singles...
  7. UnderratedSlam

    No 20somethings with slam titles. First time in the history of men's tennis?

    Currently, no player younger than 31 has a slam title. That means none of the pros in their 20s hold even one slam title between the lot of them. Nothing short of shocking. Is this the first time EVER that a decade passes without ONE slam being won by a player born two decades earlier? I.e...
  8. Lleytonstation

    New kid... New slam winner? Next Fed?

    So, I am soon to be a first time father, and even though I am not ready and clearly panicking, I am excited on many levels. However, I am a sports guru and want my son (or daughter) to be competitive at a sport. No, I will not be like Agassi or Tomic dads, but I will try to put them in the best...
  9. HetTheGreaterer

    FAA flying under the radar

    FAA has just made Stuttgart atp250 final. Probably the only nextgen guy who can be a grass specialist as well. (Had my hopes on sascha when he made back to back halle finals, but...) I couldn't watch any of his matches so I'd depend upon all of you guys to know about his game elements this week...
  10. Bender

    ATP Awards First Official Moral Victory to Khachanov

    Source: https://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/khachanov-us-open-2018-reaction
  11. gogo

    Who would be a good coach for Shapo?

    I don't want to jinx things, BUT, Marty Laurendeau has been off for 4 months now with a back injury and 19 year old Denis is trying to find his way. His mother has been a wonderful coach, but he needs someone at this critical juncture to step in and help him deal with some of his "problems"...
  12. Otacon

    Next Gen players lack passion for the game

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/tennis/2018/01/07/australian-open-2018-mens-game-will-survive-departure-big-four/ One leading coach – who preferred not to be identified – told the Daily Telegraph that the young pretenders are made from very different stuff to their ageing predecessors. “These kids...
  13. stringertom

    ATPNextGen 2017 Race to Milan

    Excuse me if a thread exists already and has fallen off the front 5 pages. So here's the deal, and a wise one it is, to foster interest in the youngsters that soon will inherit (please!!!) top rungs in the game: A race identical to the regular race to London will be open to all players born in...
  14. TripleATeam

    First slam to not be won by the Big Four or Wawrinka?

    Just state which you think will be the breakthrough for the next generation. Add the year and player you believe will accomplish it.
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