oh yeah. I forgot about the 4th acolyte. With him it was a 4-men's tour.
ATP version of the WTA general tennis
oh yeah, there is another door watcher.
Once he sees an empty seat, he jumps in.
I think until those 3 retire, ATP slam should start in the SF: get the 3 conquistadors and randomly select a Lucky Loser to complete the schedule. No need to invite everyone. lol lol lol
On grass, it is a 3-men event.
On HC, not so much anymore:
2019 SF Miami: Federer, Isner, Shapovalov, Felix (and Novak lost in R16)
2019 SF IW: Federer, Nadal, Thiem, Raonic (and Thiem won it)
2019 SF AO: Djokovic, Nadal, Pouille, Tsitsipas
2018 SF Masters Paris: Federer, Djokovic, Thiem, Khachanov (and Khachanov won it)
2018 SF Shanghai: Djokovic, Federer, Coric, Zverev (and Coric in the final)
2018 SF US Open: Djokovic, Nadal, Del Potro, Nishikori (and DelPo in the final)
2018 SF Cinci: Djokovic, Federer, Goffin, Cilic
2018 SF Toronto: Nadal, Tsitsipas, khachanov, Anderson.
So in the last 12 months, we never had the big 3 in the Semi of a big HC event. We only had a final twice between them.
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I was talking about slams. People count the number of slams.
They'd say Federer 20 slams, Djokovic 15 or whatever the number.. Nadal x slams.. .. The rest is bonus.
I read the other day those 3 share 9 of the last 10 slams or something like that.
With the ladies, there are 9 winners for the last 10 slams. So there, the 3-men's tour.
Remember when the previous champion only had to play the finals??
You really don't know the stats for the men, do you?? LOL
Roger 20, Nadal 18, and The Djoker 15!!
I predict Nadal will pass Roger, and The Djoker will pass them both!!