H2H between first and last Slam titles

Lew II

Hall of Fame
Since Big3 are often said to be too young or too old in some h2h, let's see only the h2h when they were old enough to be 1, 2, 3 times Slam champions or young enough to be yet to win 1, 2, 3 more Slams.

Between their first and last Slam title

Djokovic-Nadal (AO08-WI19) overall 26-20, in Slams 6-6
Djokovic-Federer (AO08-AO18) overall 22-17, in Slams 9-4
Nadal-Federer (RG05-AO18) overall 22-14, in Slams 9-3

Between their first and last 2 Slam titles


Djokovic-Nadal (AO11-AO19) overall 21-9, in Slams 6-4
Djokovic-Federer (AO11-WI17) overall 17-9, in Slams 7-2
Nadal-Federer (RG06-WI17) overall 18-13, in Slams 8-3

Between their first and last 3 Slam titles

Djokovic-Nadal (WI11-RG18) overall 17-9, in Slams 4-4
Djokovic-Federer (WI11-AO17) overall 14-8, in Slams 7-1
Nadal-Federer (RG07-AO17) overall 16-8, in Slams 7-2
 

Lew II

Hall of Fame
Connors-Lendl is taken as example of a young player feasting on an older player like Djokovic and Nadal are supposed to have done with Federer, but they never met when they were both Slam champions or yet to be Slam champions, let alone 3 time Slam champions. Connors won his last Slam at UO 1983, Lendl won his first Slam at RG 1984.
 

Sport

Legend
All H2H matches count, even those against pre-Slam champions and against post-Slam champions.

Plus, there can be bad years in between the first and last year a player wins a Slam, so it is not as easy as you are putting it.

The best solution is to consider all H2H matches.
 

Lew II

Hall of Fame
Connors-Lendl is taken as example of a young player feasting on an older player like Djokovic and Nadal are supposed to have done with Federer, but they never met when they were both Slam champions or yet to be Slam champions. Connors won his last Slam at UO 1983, Lendl won his first Slam at RG 1984. Let alone 3 time Slam champions.
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