If 'Career Inflation Era' Never Existed for Big 3 (2017-present)

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These would be the results at slams in the past 5 years (most people agree that the inflation era began in 2017).

AO 2017: Wawrinka def. Dimitrov
RG 2017: Wawrinka def. Thiem
WI 2017: Berdych def. Cilic
US 2017: Del Potro def. Anderson

AO 2018: Cilic def. Chung
RG 2018: Thiem def. Del Potro
WI 2018: Del Potro def. Anderson
US 2018: Del Potro def. Nishikori

AO 2019: Stefanos def. Medvedev
RG 2019: Thiem def. Wawrinka
WI 2019: Querrey def. Bautista-Agut
US 2019: Medvedev def. Berettini

AO 2020: Thiem def. Raonic
RG 2020: Stefanos def. Schwartzman
US 2020: Thiem def. Zverev

AO 2021: Medvedev def. Zverev
RG 2021: Stefanos def. Berrettini
WI 2021: Berrettini def. Shapovalov
US 2021: Medvedev def. Zverev

AO 2022: Medvedev def. Berrettini
RG 2022: Zverev def. Ruud
WI 2022: Kyrgios def. Sinner
 
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Slam Count Among Non-big 3 players would be:

Stan Wawrinka - 5 (2 AO, 2 RG, 1 USO)
Juan Martin Del Potro - 4 (1 WI, 3 USO)
Dominic Thiem - 4 (1 AO, 2 RG, 1 USO)
Daniil Medvedev - 4 (2 AO, 2 USO)
Stefanos Tsistpas - 3 (1 AO, 2 RG)
Andy Murray - 3 (2 WI, 1 USO)
Marin Cilic - 2 (1 AO, 1 USO)
Tomas Berdych - 1 (WI)
Alex Zverev - 1 (RG)
Matteo Berrettini - 1 (WI)
Nick Kyrgios - 1 (WI)
Sam Querrey - 1 (WI)
 

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Its so bad that even career headcase Kyrgios is benefitting from it.. I mean Kyrgios making a slam final before Sinner or Alcaraz? Yeesh
Craziest thing is Wawrinka, Delpo, Thiem and Med all having more slams than Murray and Stefanos is tied with Murray in slams won.

Also, I think Sinner plays Nick in this no-big 3 case as there's no Novak (I don't think Fritz beats Nick)
 
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