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*skriptis
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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But here it is. We count defended slam titles (d) and also those won consecutively (c).

Federer: 10d + 7c, 17
Nadal: 10d + 3c, 13
Djokovic: 7d + 7c, 14

We see Federer and Nadal are good at defending titles, and Federer and Djokovic are good at going on a roll, winning consecutive titles.

We will now divide the number by two to avoid double counting and we add slam titles.

1. Federer, 20 + 8.5 = 28.5
2. Nadal, 20 + 6.5 = 26.5
3. Djokovic, 18 + 7 = 25



This system tells us, if it's 1111 and we observe combo of success and dominance, it's Federer who is tops.

So it's not just 7543.
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Max's Hoemom
2021-02-22 21:14:47 UTC
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Post by *skriptis
But here it is. We count defended slam titles (d) and also those won consecutively (c).
Federer: 10d + 7c, 17
Nadal: 10d + 3c, 13
Djokovic: 7d + 7c, 14
We see Federer and Nadal are good at defending titles, and Federer and Djokovic are good at going on a roll, winning consecutive titles.
We will now divide the number by two to avoid double counting and we add slam titles.
1. Federer, 20 + 8.5 = 28.5
2. Nadal, 20 + 6.5 = 26.5
3. Djokovic, 18 + 7 = 25
This system tells us, if it's 1111 and we observe combo of success and dominance, it's Federer who is tops.
So it's not just 7543.
You are wasting too much time on this. No one gives a shit.
*skriptis
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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On Monday, February 22, 2021 at 3:13:31 PM UTC-6, *skriptis wrote:> But here it is. We count defended slam titles (d) and also those won consecutively (c). > > Federer: 10d + 7c, 17 > Nadal: 10d + 3c, 13 > Djokovic: 7d + 7c, 14 > > We see Federer and Nadal are good at defending titles, and Federer and Djokovic are good at going on a roll, winning consecutive titles. > > We will now divide the number by two to avoid double counting and we add slam titles. > > 1. Federer, 20 + 8.5 = 28.5 > 2. Nadal, 20 + 6.5 = 26.5 > 3. Djokovic, 18 + 7 = 25 > > > > This system tells us, if it's 1111 and we observe combo of success and dominance, it's Federer who is tops. > > So it's not just 7543. You are wasting too much time on this. No one gives a shit.
Everyone is interested in goat debates.

It's your music posts that people don't pay attention to. You have to specifically ask for certain posters to join your threads.
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joh
2021-02-22 21:33:32 UTC
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On Monday, February 22, 2021 at 3:13:31 PM UTC-6, *skriptis wrote:> But here it is. We count defended slam titles (d) and also those won consecutively (c). > > Federer: 10d + 7c, 17 > Nadal: 10d + 3c, 13 > Djokovic: 7d + 7c, 14 > > We see Federer and Nadal are good at defending titles, and Federer and Djokovic are good at going on a roll, winning consecutive titles. > > We will now divide the number by two to avoid double counting and we add slam titles. > > 1. Federer, 20 + 8.5 = 28.5 > 2. Nadal, 20 + 6.5 = 26.5 > 3. Djokovic, 18 + 7 = 25 > > > > This system tells us, if it's 1111 and we observe combo of success and dominance, it's Federer who is tops. > > So it's not just 7543. You are wasting too much time on this. No one gives a shit.
Everyone is interested in goat debates.
It's your music posts that people don't pay attention to. You have to specifically ask for certain posters to join your threads.
ooh, bitch fight!
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Whisper
2021-02-23 02:23:07 UTC
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Post by *skriptis
But here it is. We count defended slam titles (d) and also those won consecutively (c).
Federer: 10d + 7c, 17
Nadal: 10d + 3c, 13
Djokovic: 7d + 7c, 14
We see Federer and Nadal are good at defending titles, and Federer and Djokovic are good at going on a roll, winning consecutive titles.
We will now divide the number by two to avoid double counting and we add slam titles.
1. Federer, 20 + 8.5 = 28.5
2. Nadal, 20 + 6.5 = 26.5
3. Djokovic, 18 + 7 = 25
This system tells us, if it's 1111 and we observe combo of success and dominance, it's Federer who is tops.
So it's not just 7543.
You are wasting too much time on this. No one gives a shit.
Is that because Lendl is only on 33 pts?

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