Federer, Nadal and Djokovic’s Big 3 has been winning Grand Slam for 18 years in a row


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Federer, Nadal and Djokovic's Big 3 has been winning Grand Slam for 18 years in a row

Records and more records. The Big 3 of tennis, as the select group of champions formed by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic added another milestone, since they turned 18 years in a row with at least one of them winning a Grand Slam. And it is precisely the three maximum owners of Majors among men.

All over 30 years old, Federer of 39, the maximum No. 1 in the world in history and now 5th, Nadal with 34 and now No. 2 in the ATP ranking and Djokovic, 33 and currently leader of the international ranking, are the great dominators of the professional circuit. The Swiss has accumulated 20 Grand Slam titles in singles, this year the Spanish equaled him, thanks to his 13th success at Roland Garros, and the Serbian has 17.

The first Grand Slam one of them was awarded was Wimbledon 2003, when Federer prevailed on the traditional turf of the All England Club in London. There he has the historical record of eight crowns. The following year his successes continued, Nadal joined in 2005 with his first feat at the French Open and Djokovic joined that elite by winning the Australian Open in 2008.

They are also the top owners of the next level of tournaments, the Masters 1000. But at the center of the Grand Slam, Australia, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open, both Federer and Nadal and Djokovic are among the eight men who won so at least once each of the four Majors.

The list of the 18 years in a row with the Big 3 being Grand Slam champion:
2003: Federer at Wimbledon
2004: Federer in Australia, Wimbledon and US Open
2005: Nadal at Roland Garros and Federer at Wimbledon and US Open
2006: Federer at Australia, Wimbledon and US Open and Nadal at Roland Garros
2007: Federer at Australia, Wimbledon and US Open and Nadal at Roland Garros
2008: Djokovic in Australia, Nadal at Roland Garros and Wimbledon and Federer at US Open
2009: Nadal in Australia and Federer at Roland Garros and Wimbledon
2010: Federer in Australia and Nadal at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open
2011: Djokovic in Australia, Wimbledon and US Open and Nadal at Roland Garros
2012: Djokovic in Australia, Nadal at Roland Garros and Federer at Wimbledon
2013: Djokovic in Australia, Nadal at Roland Garros and US Open
2014: Nadal at Roland Garros and Djokovic at Wimbledon
2015: Djokovic in Australia, Wimbledon and US Open
2016: Djokovic in Australia and Roland Garros
2017: Federer at Australia and Wimbledon and Nadal at Roland Garros and US Open
2018: Federer in Australia, Nadal at Roland Garros and Djokovic at Wimbledon and US Open
2019: Djokovic in Australia and Wimbledon and Nadal at Roland Garros and US Open
2020: Djokovic in Australia and Nadal at Roland Garros


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