Would Nadal have any slams off clay, or for that matter any slams at all???? Djokovic started playing slams regularly in 2005, but didn't really break through until 2011, 6 years later (aged 23). Conversely, Nadal almost immediately started winning slams in 2005. So let's say Djokovic was born 1 year before Nadal (instead of 1 year after) and Djokovic 2.0 (aged 23) form made his first appearance in 2008. Given recent history this clearly shows that Nadal would fail to win any slams off clay in his entire career. Djokovic would have straight setted Nadal in every match, except maybe clay, although only this year will tell us the reality on clay. So the only slams Nadal would have ever won were 2005-2007 clay, maybe 3 slams. But definitely not more than 4, and he would pretty much end up no better than someone like Courier or maybe Safin (in terms of achievement). I think anyone with a reasonable amount of logic can safely conclude that Nadal was extremely lucky to win all of those slams when Djoker was still a baby. And we all know Nadal was very lucky to win the 2011 FO because of a Fed favour. Hence I propose that NAdal is truly a clay court wonder because of the unfairness for Djoker's peak to come along too late. Moreover if Djoker wins FO this year, it is quite possible that Nadal would have ZERO slams if Djoker 2.0 showed up in 2005. Discuss.