As someone who grew up idolizing Federer and watching the 2008 Wimbledon final at tennis camp every year, it pains me to say it, but Djokovic is men’s tennis’ GOAT.
Starting from the player's real GOAT Points earned in the Open Era, extrapolations uses an age-weight curve to estimate the player's GOAT Points in years outside of the Open Era span (either before or after). Example: Say a player has 30 years. Say that through the Open Era, players on average earn around 10% GOAT Points at an age greater than 30.
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It is widely considered that Roger Federer is the GOAT of Men's Tennis. However, Rafael Nadal is the obvious contender for the top spot. Both players are living legends and while Federer with his amazing consistency boasts of 20 GS titles (and 10 runner-ups), Nadal is breathing down his neck with 17 (and 7 runner ups).
The Only Case Federer Has Left in the Men’s Tennis GOAT Debate. Until Sunday, no one in the past half century had come remotely close to completing tennis’ Grand Slam in men’s singles: To ...
While the debate over who deserves GOAT status in men’s tennis will likely continue to rage for some time, Serena Williams has already cast her vote. ... Federer, 39, is tied with Nadal, 34 ...
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And just like he is not the solitary persona dominating men’s tennis presently, it is also not feasible to put his name as the lone GOAT of this era. To that end, Federer is not the GOAT but one ...
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