Open Era GOAT List quantifies tennis achievements during the Open Era only. Tennis achievements that predate the Open Era are not included. Why Open Era only? The reason is simple: the GOAT Points formula on which Open Era GOAT List is based needs detailed information about all matches players played.
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LIVE : Who is the GOAT of Tennis? We discuss the Top 30 Greatest Male Players of All Time in the Open Era. We go through the list to decide who will make it ...
Federer is tennis GOAT for sure. 335 tennis records compared to 164 for 2nd place Nadal. Huge gap between Federer and the field. Bigger than the majority of sports like Wayne Gretzky in Hockey. Ashley on August 28, 2020: Ian, I read that interview with Ivan Lendl too.
The men's tennis GOAT actually isn't Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal. Share this article share tweet text email link Daniela Schneider. August 6, 2019 12:00 pm ET. This week we dedicate to the G.O.A ...
by RSandNS. 23. Apr. Reality: Serena has more Grand Slams wins than Steffi. Statistically: Steffi has more wins overall. Nonsensically: It’s clear cut who was better. Serena (23 GS), Steffi (22 GS), Navratilova (18 GS) , Evert (18 GS), Court (24*GS). Here is a big debate and will ruffle some fathers for sure.
So, according to my list, Murray can make it to Top 10 in Open Era by winning one more grand slam and two masters 1000. Mine is Federer, Djokovic, Nadal, Sampras, Borg, Lendl, Agassi, Connors, Wilander. Thanks for sharing. Personally, I don't like excluding non-finals accomplishments.
(Serena Williams, who has her own claim to the title of tennis’ GOAT, has collected $94 million in prize money.) Djokovic sits on top this year, too, with $2.4 million in prize money entering ...
100 Greatest of All Time was a sports television series of five one-hour episodes, produced and first aired by the Tennis Channel in March 2012. It presented a list of 100 tennis players to be considered the greatest of all time, both men and women. The series was hosted by Jack Nicklaus, Jerry Rice, Wayne Gretzky, Lisa Leslie and Carl Lewis.