It is astonishing what Nadal has done in the last 7 years on clay. There is no doubt that he is the best on clay in the last decade or so (Don't want to get into the CGOAT here). Was surprised how dominant he is over the other best clay courters since he won his first RG. I have displayed his games %, sets % and h2h won against the ten most successful players on clay (by number of matches won on clay) since 2005 as well as Djokovic, Murray and Soderling. _________________Games %-- Sets % -- H2H Roger Federer_______60.5%-- 71.3%-- 11-2 Novak Djokovic______63.6%-- 80.4%-- 12-2 Nicolas Almagro______71.4%-- 93.3% -- 5-0 David Ferrer_________74.5% --97.0% -- 11-0 Juan Monaco________87.5%-- 100.0% -- 4-0 Nikolay Davydenko___74.5%-- 91.7% -- 4-0 Tommy Robredo______75.0%-- 83.3% -- 2-0 Fernando Verdasco___72.8%-- 90.5% -- 6-1 Albert Montanes_____80.0%-- 100.0% -- 1-0 Andy Murray________70.0% --91.7% -- 4-0 Robin Soderling______69.7%-- 85.0% -- 4-1 Two things which I find surprising is how poor Ferrer has performed against Nadal on Clay. He has only won 3% of all sets played on clay. Even Verdasco has more success than Ferrer against Nadal. I guess he just has a bad match up with Nadal considering whatever Ferrer can do, Nadal can do better on clay. The other is how successful relatively Federer has been in comparison to the other clay courters. Considering the matchup issue and the surface, you wouldn't think he would be the one to push Nadal the hardest on clay. What else surprises you?