BUt in his prime he has lost to Rafa on HC more times than he's won apart from indoors where Fed obviously dominates Rafa. And Fed is consistently playing very well he has made at least the semi's at every major since WIM11 apart from USO12. In fact, really the only players that can stop him consistently are Rafa, Novak and it seems Berdych. If these guys weren't around he'd still most likely be winning 2+ majors a year... So his HC returning has been "inflated" and his h2h against Fed is "skewed" but Fed's slam count isn't "inflated". Oh the hypocrisy is super saijan level 4 here... It is because Clay is his best surface. You've been backed inot a corner here and you're back pedalling, much like your alt account Mandy... If AO was on clay Federer and anybody else would be completely powerless to stop Rafa from winning it apart from a major upset like Sod. Of course he could've possibly lost, but Rafa (at Roger's corresponding age at the time) would most likely win it. Yes so like I said it wasn't that easy for Fed, it's not like he won 6-0 7-6 6-0... Murray had all the momentum and was completely outplaying Fed in the first set last night and what happened in the second set? Murray was playing his top level and a slight drop would've allowed Rafa back in, but like I said we'll never really know. WOW the double standards on this site, I call a guy a nutcase and get 2 week ban and yet you can call me dumbo and an effin' hypocrite and continue on your merry ways. I hope I'm not pinching your nerves too much to get you that upset. BUt it is quite arrogant of you to think that Fed was playing nowhere near his best yet was still able to almost beat Murray who was playing his top level in his peak. It's just nonsense and time for a reality check, yes Fed is a legendary player, but he's not that good to be playing nowhere near his peak and get that close to beating a peak Murray. LOL so have you been stalking me for the last 9 years or something? I did watch it I even remember John Newcombe when asked his prediction he said my heart says Hewitt in 5 but my head says Fed in straights. Fed was under absolutely no pressure in that final he knew he had Hewitt's measure by then and Hewitt would've been scarred from the AO and WIM losses. Hewitt has never had the weapons to beat Fed at a major. That's because Fed couldn't win as many points against Rafa on clay. Well if Federer is as great as you say he should've served better in such an important match. Rafa wasn't really serving well either. It was ok, but 2012 serving was much better. Not to mention Nadal was exhausted after his semi, but like a true warrior he battled on and made your hero cry like a baby in front of the world... BTW I also already said he played better in 2012 imo as well. BUt like I said Nadal over reacts to niggles and given his knee history it would've definitely plagued his game. NOw this is getting silly. Hewitt and Nalby apply ABSOLUTELY NOWHERE NEAR as much topsin as Nadal does. Nadal's topspin FH jumps above Fed's shoulder height which gives him MUCH greater difficulty to consistently time it. It is widely known that Fed OHBH is exposed the most by Nadal. Fed wasn't sick he was out played. Face it. Your hero got thumped by a 17 year old going through puberty.