Who had the greatest “ATP Grand Slams” year in the last 33 years?

Each year we have 4 Grand Slams: Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. I.e. 4 X 7 = 28 matches. A perfect year will be 28-0, leading to the Grand Slam. The usual suspects (a.k.a "Big Four") dominates, as you can see below. The closest one has come to the perfect "28-0" record …

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No:18!

Even the most optimistic Roger Federer fan would not have anticipated what happened in January 2018, at the Australian Open. When Federer won Wimbledon in 2012, most fans like me would have come to terms with the fact that the heydays were over and we would have to resign ourselves to sporadic results or even …

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ATP 2004-15 – The 3 phases of domination …

Though we have 3 great players in the current generation (Andy Murray is very consistent and is always a contender at the major tournaments, but I do not think he is solidly in the Federer/Nadal/Djokovic conversation), there has been a distinct set of domination phases during the 2004-2015 time period, as highlighted below.   Federer Phase (2004-2007, …

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