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Isn’t this basic second grade math problem?

There are four Slams and three top three players.

Obviously one Slam will be won by someone else. 4-3=1.

And why will the top three not win their ‘Home’ Slam and risk not winning anything by relying on the last Slam of the year (US Open)?

Deduction: One Slam will be won by someone else and it will be US Open. Duh!!!!!!!

Gary  Lee  Moser

Nadal (#1), Djokovic (#2) and Federer (#3) have collectively won 12 of the last 16 ---
with DelPo (#122), Wawrinka (#16), Cilic (#39) and Murray (#125) taking the other 4.


[ In fact...double-Hmmm. ]


The logic is impeccable though. 4 slams, 3 guys, so some other guy gets a slam.

Gary  Lee  Moser

While "The" logic may be such..."mine", as you well know, tends to stray.

As an investor, I learned long ago that "past performance is no guarantee of future results".


75% is 75%.


Only one rule on the planet. TP is always right. It's like the White House.


In fact there are 2 rules on the planet:

#1 TP is always right
#2 If in doubt see rule #1

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