Who wins and versions can be included too as well as the difference in court speeds in certain additions (you might say Fed wins on faster court and Djoko on a slower one)
Federer is not my main guy so IDC that he lost and it was quality tennis from both which is what matters to me when these two play
11/16 slams won during peak years says otherwise. Most prolific player ever. Most slams won while peak. The other two vultures not on same level bud.even if Fed is at a marginally higher level he’s not beating Djokovic 2011 or Nadal 2010, simply because he’s not the same big game player.
I voted for Fed BUT we have to remember that 2007 Djokovic caused Fed significant problems in 2007. He really could have won first two sets.Fed by some margin. I'd be curious to hear about any opposing arguments since even the H2H which so many cling to tends to favor Fed slightly.
CYGS likes this. Most objective poster I've ever seen. Boy, he/she is really something else!!Federer is not my main guy so IDC that he lost and it was quality tennis from both which is what matters to me when these two play
2003 was a comparatively weak era that allowed guys like Hewitt and Roddick to take the big titles. I wonder how they’d do with prime Federer/Nadal or Djokovic in the mix?How'd a "one dimensional player" ever manage to reach the #1 ranking? Never mind that Roddick beat Nadal three times on HC.