Predict howmany Grandslams each of the current top 10 will finish with within their..

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VexlanderPrime

Guest
Federer 17
Nadal 14
DJokovic 14
Murray 5
Wawrinka 3

DImitrov 0
Nishikori 2
Raonic 1

The Fedal era is over. Djoker will win some slams thru 34. Stan has 1 more GOAT-mode in him, Andy will steal some from Djoker.
 

chjtennis

G.O.A.T.
I know I have you on ignore, but God..

Why did they let this guy back?

I don't get why a guy who had 2 separate alternate accounts and came here to troll (and is continuing to do so today) is allowed back? To spice things up? Well to be honest Chico would be a better member for the board. This guy is just a troll with too much time on his hands.
I can already see he has a clear goal on this forum. To discredit Federer's achievement as much as possible. I'll have him on ignore as well.
 

Big_Dangerous

Talk Tennis Guru
Djokovic: 8
Nadal: 15
Federer: 17
Wawrinka: 4
Murray: 3
Dimitrov: -2
Kyrgios: 1
Kokki: 6
:lol:

Kokkinakis winning more slams than Murray and Wawrinka. And Dimitrov winning -2..

Also even more hilarious that you think Djokovic will never win another slam the rest of his career. The hate is strong in you.
 

BGod

Legend
1. Djokovic: 11 (+3)
2. Federer: 18 (+1)
3. Murray: 6 (+4)
4. Wawrinka: 3 (+1)
5. Nishikori: 0
6. Berdych: 0
7. Ferrer: 0
8. Raonic: 0
9. Cilic: 1
10. Nadal: 15 (+1)

I feel Murray is going to come on strong now when Djokovic falters and indeed Murray can beat him anyway. Combined I feel confident they get 7 more Slams. Which is why it's so easy predicting Raonic, Berdych and Nishikori will get zero titles. I have Nadal, Wawrinka and Federer an additional title as well. The age of the tour is due to the transitional era, which seems likely to continue for at least another full season after this. Now numbers wise that means 6 of the next Slams are all going to have to be won by the "Big 5". Which I feel is strong but Nadal and Wawrinka do have the capability to win in 2017 as well as Murray and Djokovic. This could change but I feel at least until 2018 we know what's ahead and there doesn't seem to be a slew of young contenders outside of Sock and Kyrgios and they don't scare me at least for the next 2 seasons.
 
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G A S

Hall of Fame
1. Djokovic: 11 (+8)
2. Federer: 18 (+1)
3. Murray: 6 (+4)
4. Wawrinka: 3 (+1)
5. Nishikori: 0
6. Berdych: 0
7. Ferrer: 0
8. Raonic: 0
9. Cilic: 1
10. Nadal: 15 (+1)

I feel Murray is going to come on strong now when Djokovic falters and indeed Murray can beat him anyway. Combined I feel confident they get 7 more Slams. Which is why it's so easy predicting Raonic, Berdych and Nishikori will get zero titles. I have Nadal, Wawrinka and Federer an additional title as well. The age of the tour is due to the transitional era, which seems likely to continue for at least another full season after this. Now numbers wise that means 6 of the next Slams are all going to have to be won by the "Big 5". Which I feel is strong but Nadal and Wawrinka do have the capability to win in 2017 as well as Murray and Djokovic. This could change but I feel at least until 2018 we know what's ahead and there doesn't seem to be a slew of young contenders outside of Sock and Kyrgios and they don't scare me at least for the next 2 seasons.
The big 5 is just right, stan showed his strength. about murray I am wondering what he can do now at this wimbledon, after all, as you said things could change fast in the tour in the future...
 

DM07

Rookie
Djokovic - 12
Federer - 17
Murray - 4
Wawrinka - 3
Nishikori - 1
Berdych - 0
Ferrer - 0
Raonic - 1
Cilic - 2
Nadal - 15

Giving Kei and Raonic slams on the basis that there will be a window for them when they're 26-28 and the Big 4 are all in their 30s and less consistent.
 

tennis_pro

Bionic Poster
Ok let's do the current top 10, a lot easier now knowing they are all old so won't add that many Slams:

1) Murray - 4
2) Djokovic - 14
3) Wawrinka - 4
4) Raonic - 1
5) Nishikori - 0
6) Nadal - 15
7) Cilic - 1
8) Thiem - 0
9) Monfils - 0
10) Federer - hoping 19 but probably 18

I've basically distributed Slams until the end of 2018. From 2019 new players will take over by default.
 

tennis_pro

Bionic Poster
Who would you rate as higher between Djokovic and Nadal in this case?
If Nadal has 15 and Djokovic 14 I'll rate Nadal higher. Djokovic has a chance to win 15, though while Nadal will add 1 more at the very most so it'll be very tight at the end. If they tie I'll consider Djokovic the greater player due to the rankings, titles, MS, WTF's etc. Nadal will basically have nothing on Djokovic at this point with the exception of the h2h in the Slams which I don't rate very highly anyway (too FO heavy).
 
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Chicharito

Hall of Fame
1) Murray - 5
2) Djokovic - 15
3) Wawrinka - 3
4) Raonic - 1
5) Nishikori - 1
6) Nadal - 15
7) Cilic - 1
8) Thiem - 2
9) Monfils - 0
10) Federer 18
 

tennis_pro

Bionic Poster
1) Murray - 5
2) Djokovic - 15
3) Wawrinka - 3
4) Raonic - 1
5) Nishikori - 1
6) Nadal - 15
7) Cilic - 1
8) Thiem - 2
9) Monfils - 0
10) Federer 18
Don't be fooled by Thiem's age. I feel he'll burn out fast and even now at 23,5 he's not that good, anyway.
 

Chicharito

Hall of Fame
Don't be fooled by Thiem's age. I feel he'll burn out fast and even now at 23,5 he's not that good, anyway.
I have serious concerns over him. I still feel like he is a Roland Garros champion waiting to happen. He will contend there over the next 5 years. Why did I give him 2, don't know. Probably should have stuck with one.

Not entirely sold on Nishi either, but I feel the draw will open up somewhere. Then again it just did, and he didn't win that 5th set. If he did maybe he'd have the trophy now.

Raonic, gotta win somewhere. But again, did he just blow a huge chance?
 

tennis_pro

Bionic Poster
I have serious concerns over him. I still feel like he is a Roland Garros champion waiting to happen. He will contend there over the next 5 years. Why did I give him 2, don't know. Probably should have stuck with one.

Not entirely sold on Nishi either, but I feel the draw will open up somewhere. Then again it just did, and he didn't win that 5th set. If he did maybe he'd have the trophy now.

Raonic, gotta win somewhere. But again, did he just blow a huge chance?
Nishikori is 27 years old himself and will be more injury prone in the future. He's not winning a Slam as long as the top guys are in contention and by the time they decline he'll be 29ish himself. Maybe an outside chance at the AO in 2019 or something but I wouldn't bet on it.

Thiem could maybe win 1 FO like 3 years from now just because every player younger than 27 sucks on the surface. If he doesn't burn out by then.
 
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VexlanderPrime

Guest
Federer 17
Nadal 14
DJokovic 14
Murray 5
Wawrinka 3

DImitrov 0
Nishikori 2
Raonic 1

The Fedal era is over. Djoker will win some slams thru 34. Stan has 1 more GOAT-mode in him, Andy will steal some from Djoker.
I was wrong on Fed. Still think Nadal is done tho. Still think Djoker will hit 14.
 

Meles

Bionic Poster
Ok let's do the current top 10, a lot easier now knowing they are all old so won't add that many Slams:

1) Murray - 4
2) Djokovic - 14
3) Wawrinka - 4
4) Raonic - 1
5) Nishikori - 0
6) Nadal - 15
7) Cilic - 1
8) Thiem - 0
9) Monfils - 0
10) Federer - hoping 19 but probably 18

I've basically distributed Slams until the end of 2018. From 2019 new players will take over by default.
I'm adding some glaring omissions from the current top ten (Zverev and Dimitrov)
1) Murray - 5
2) Djokovic - 14
3) Wawrinka - 3
4) Raonic - 0
5) Nishikori - 0
6) Nadal - 16
7) Cilic - 1
8) Thiem - 3
9) Monfils - 0
10) Federer - 20
11) Dimitrov - 5
12) Zverev - 10
13) Pouille - 1
14) Kyrgios - 1

7 years worth of slams added to the current totals
 
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NEW_BORN

Hall of Fame
You've added seven Australian Open and eight U.S. Open trophies to these guys' shelves. I can't see any of them winning slams 7 or 8 years down the line. There will be all sorts of new and younger players.

My predictions:
Nadal 12 (7 French Opens, 3 Australian, 2 Wimbledon)
Federer 15 (6 Wimbledon, 6 U.S. Open, 3 Australian)
Djokovic 3 (1 Australian, 1 U.S. Open, 1 Wimbledon)
Murray 4 (2 Australian Open, 2 U.S. Open)
Nobody else in the top ten at the moment will ever win a slam.
And those are very generous predictions^^^
 
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