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Djokovic will win 10 AO? 10 Ws? Federer could be the only one who doesn't have to double figure in his home slam?

Gary  Lee  Moser

If Djok ends up with "10 Ws" and NO MORE titles at the AO, that would put him at 22 total Slams.

This would mean that he --- at the LEAST, if he were to win each of the next 5 years at Wimby ---
would win at ages 34, 35, 36, 37 & 38..........despite winning only 2 of the most recent 4 held.
[ For that matter, he's only won 2 of the last 4 AOs held ]

But I do agree that Roger may very well be stuck with a single-digit Wimbys total...


If these guys set a final record for most slams at single slams at AO=10? FO=16? W=8 UO=5? IF someone in the future will equal the records at every single slam, he will have 10+16+8+5=39? It's possible for a future player to win around 40 slams?

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