A Fed record that is impervious to "weak era" ?

#4
His streak of 36 QF. I don't think there is large talent difference between the 9th-16th seeds in any given year from 04-13.
By that same token, the 23 consecutive semis should stand tall too. It's Djokovic and Nadal that make the post-Fed era so "tough", and he wouldn't play them till the semis anyway, so whatever era he's in, getting to the semis would be about equally as difficult.
 
#5
Sure you can find admirable achievements yet it still stands at least half his titles came vs subpar opposition during 2003-2007 weak era
Djokovic played in the exact same 2003-2007 era and guess what got 0 slams as well as a losing h2h vs weak era mugs roddick, safin, gonzalez, federer, nadal :-D:-D:-D:-D DJOKOVIC TOO WEAK FOR THE WEAK ERA :-D:-D:-D:-D while Nadal same age and also fed were racking up monster slams, masters, wtf, weeks at no 1 and no 2, djoker was too weak for even the weak era!! :-D:-D:-D

He has only manged to have succesful seasons when either one of fed or nadal is missing/injured/suregery or poor form :-D:-D djokovic has a great season and then goes walkabouts losing to Istomin etc them waits for a dip in fedal to strike again :-D:-D:-D:-D... wait for it hes gonna dip and strike again when fed and ned retire
 
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Ann

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#6
Sure you can find admirable achievements yet it still stands at least half his titles came vs subpar opposition during 2003-2007 weak era
You're going on ignore for posting one of the stupidest comments I've read here all day. Considering the typical quality of the posts here that's brain-dead stupid.
 

Ann

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#7
I'll be so glad when summer vacation is over and these trolls have to go back to middle school. Enough already.
 
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