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12/04/2018

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Gary Moser

Hmmm...interesting chosen parameters for this "what if":

Novak winning 3 more leaves him "only" EVEN with Rafa --- presuming the Spaniard is done.

Rafa winning 2 more leaves him ONE SHORT of Roger --- presuming the Swiss is done.

In this regard, the span of time between now and the 2020 Olympics is most surely going to be quite enthralling, however it shakes out.

[ The Women's game? Not so much... ]

Tennis Planet

What if everything @ poll happens?

Djokovic wins three, Nadal two and Federer one.

Will it change anything?

Bento

Djokovic, the BOAT, winning 3 more seems most likely.

Gary Moser

The man is streaky, and all streaks come to an end --- often quite abruptly [ can you say "Roger-After-The-2010 AO"? ].

Beginning with the 2011 AO, The Serb went 4-for-5, then 1-for-9, then 6-for-8, then 0-for-8,
and currently has 2 of the next 2-plus-however-many.

Personally, I'm hoping he gets at least one more to bypass Pete & Friends...

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