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    I'd say Federer still holds the moniker but it's going to be an interesting take. Sorry, I'm just posting because I'm intrigued by tennis a little bit.

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    lol us open is now even more open with the joker out

    looks like another year he is going to waste to get more grandslams with his shenanigans

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    The dumbest way to lose potential GS le

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    Meh, good thing he didn't win it. This * slam didn't deserve to taint the GOAT discussion.

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    The Joker at it again

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    Medvedev was awful.

    Right now, it looks like it's between Rafa and Novak in the slam race

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    Djoker will prolly end up with ~23 slams and the undisputed GOAT le. But I still don't like him. He just comes across as an arsehole.

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    Djoker will prolly end up with ~23 slams and the undisputed GOAT le. But I still don't like him. He just comes across as an arsehole.
    Slavs especially in this generation have chip on shoulder. I personally use it as motivation.

    Djokovic, Lewandowski, and Jokic; once they break that mental restriction of being born with weaker resources and diet, they challenge the record books

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    It’s quickly becoming inarguable that Djokovic is the GOAT, what an all timer
    Performance today wow!!!

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    It’s quickly becoming inarguable that Djokovic is the GOAT, what an all timer
    Performance today wow!!!
    Key victory today. Chances are now on his favour for finishing as the winningest slam player, despite being 2 ships behind.

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    Key victory today. Chances are now on his favour for finishing as the winningest slam player, despite being 2 ships behind.
    Hopefully by this time next year

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    Hopefully by this time next year
    I'm still hoping Roger has a Pete Sampras final run in him.

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    joker wasted 2 years of his prime with his divorce...seriously he was on pace to be GOAT 2 years ago

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    I'm still hoping Roger has a Pete Sampras final run in him.
    Him bowing out so quickly in the French makes me worry, but I wouldn’t oppose to him having one final Cinderella run

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    Him bowing out so quickly in the French makes me worry, but I wouldn’t oppose to him having one final Cinderella run
    he will pick his fights...saving himself for grass aka wimbledon...

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    he will pick his fights...saving himself for grass aka wimbledon...
    Hopefully that’s the case, huge respect for him

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    Gonna be shocked if Djoker retires with less than 22 slams.

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    Joker does it again crew

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    He is in the weirdest position ever. On his way to this GOAT Status, but he is NOT loved by really anyone. This man is basically tolerated.. Today being a prime example..

    Tsitsipas who choked his ass off BTW, is NOT some fellow countrymen the fans were cheering for today at the French.. He is a young Greek Tennis Player trying to win his first Major, and the fans were rooting for anything positive Tsitsipas was doing, hoping he would pull it out. Novak wins the match, and he receives the polite applauds.. Going to be lonely on the top of that mountain with so little fanfare..

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    Gonna be shocked if Djoker retires with less than 22 slams.
    He might win the slam this year he’s going to be a big favorite at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Even though you have some of these young guys starting to play great tennis they still aren’t knocking down the door. Stefanos really choked today badly. That was embarrassing to watch. Up 2 sets and then fell apart..

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    He might win the slam this year he’s going to be a big favorite at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Even though you have some of these young guys starting to play great tennis they still aren’t knocking down the door. Stefanos really choked today badly. That was embarrassing to watch. Up 2 sets and then fell apart..
    Next gen has a habit of choking at the biggest moments. Mfs are still waiting for their collective balls to drop.

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    Next gen has a habit of choking at the biggest moments. Mfs are still waiting for their collective balls to drop.
    Stefanos this might be devastating for his career going forward honestly. His level of confidence Has to be shot to after that meltdown.

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    He is in the weirdest position ever. On his way to this GOAT Status, but he is NOT loved by really anyone. This man is basically tolerated.. Today being a prime example..

    Tsitsipas who choked his ass off BTW, is NOT some fellow countrymen the fans were cheering for today at the French.. He is a young Greek Tennis Player trying to win his first Major, and the fans were rooting for anything positive Tsitsipas was doing, hoping he would pull it out. Novak wins the match, and he receives the polite applauds.. Going to be lonely on the top of that mountain with so little fanfare..
    I honestly think Djokvoic might be the most underrated athlete of all time. I understood early in his career with too many medical timeouts grating on people but the fact that this far into his career he’s still booed 95% of the time is insane. Such a shame for the GOAT

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