Slams + YECs

BeatlesFan

Talk Tennis Guru
YEC are nowhere near the slams in importance they are closer to masters 1000
Actually this is partially incorrect. Obviously YEC's are not close to slams in importance, but an undefeated winner gets 1500 points, which is 500 points more (obviously) than a Masters 1000 win. The YEC is clearly the next most important trophy in tennis after the slams. The points awarded to it prove that eloquently.
 

USO

Professional
Actually this is partially incorrect. Obviously YEC's are not close to slams in importance, but an undefeated winner gets 1500 points, which is 500 points more (obviously) than a Masters 1000 win. The YEC is clearly the next most important trophy in tennis after the slams. The points awarded to it prove that eloquently.
Under that logic 1 slam is equal to 2 Masters 1000 or 2 slams are equal to 3 YEC which is all completely false.
 

USO

Professional
I would also say that someone with 3 or 4 YEC would trade them to be a slam champion.
 

Third Serve

Legend
YEC are nowhere near the slams in importance they are closer to masters 1000
If you go undefeated, it’s right in the middle. If you lose a match, it’s closer to a Masters (but not quite). If you lose two and still win (which is possible I think but nobody has ever done it) it should be worth about a Masters or a bit lower.
 

USO

Professional
Some YECs are greater than US Open 2017.
Beating Del Potro in a USO semi is huge. Del Potro had beaten Federer in the QF and also has several big wins over the Big 3. Anderson meanwhile beat Federer at Wimbledon. There's no such thing as an easy slam.
 

Lleytonstation

G.O.A.T.
Beating Del Potro in a USO semi is huge. Del Potro had beaten Federer in the QF and also has several big wins over the Big 3. Anderson meanwhile beat Federer at Wimbledon. There's no such thing as an easy slam.
If that is the case, then there is no such thing as an easy YEC.
 

USO

Professional
If that is the case, then there is no such thing as an easy YEC.
And there's no such thing as an easy Masters 1000. The point is, slams can't be compared with anything. If 2 players have an equal amount of slam titles, then we can bring up WTF, Olympics, Masters 1000, etc.
 

Nole Slam

Hall of Fame
And there's no such thing as an easy Masters 1000. The point is, slams can't be compared with anything. If 2 players have an equal amount of slam titles, then we can bring up WTF, Olympics, Masters 1000, etc.
I don't agree with that. If the difference is only 1 or 2 Slams, we should bring the YEC, YE #1, weeks at #1, etc.
 

King No1e

G.O.A.T.
Actually this is partially incorrect. Obviously YEC's are not close to slams in importance, but an undefeated winner gets 1500 points, which is 500 points more (obviously) than a Masters 1000 win. The YEC is clearly the next most important trophy in tennis after the slams. The points awarded to it prove that eloquently.
By that logic, Gstaad and St. Petersburg are more prestigious than the Olympics.
Side note: 40-15
 

Sephiroth

Hall of Fame
If slams are equal then it goes like this.

Olympic Gold > Masters (especially the clay ones) > Davis Cups > Barcelona Open > YE #1 etc
 
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