Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer: Can Anyone Else Play This Game?

I Don’t Know Enough About Tennis To Draw More Conclusions, But The Chart Speaks Volumes.  What Do You Think About Competitive Balance In Tennis?




I used pictures from craighickmanontennis.blogspot.com and al.com.
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2 Responses to Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer: Can Anyone Else Play This Game?

  1. Eskay says:

    Thanks for the comment on my blog http://tennistelescope.blogspot.com/2011/07/wimbledon-has-new-champion-in-novak.html, Deron. Novak has arrived and Andy Muray is not far behind. He took a set of Rafa for the first time at Wimbledon. He reached Roland Garros semi-final for the first time. Novak and Andy’s graphs are on the up, Rafa and Roger graphs are on the down. For Novak, the graphs have crossed, for Andy, there is a fair chance that these might cross in 2012. Andy can also play the game, its just a matter of time.

  2. Deron says:

    I agree about the various directions in which the top 4 are moving. From what I observed over the last 5 or 6 years, Roger has had the good fortune of his closest rivals being too young and inexperienced to challenge him consistently. However, they are maturing now and he'll be too old to dominate like he once did. The good thing about tennis now is that the Rafa, Novak, and Andy are only 24-25 years old, and the Tsongas and Monfils of the world are in that age range also. Juan Martin del Potro probably has one or two more years of seasoning before he overtakes all the other players; he's only 22.

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