Big 3: How is the battle in more big titles?


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Big 3: How is the battle in more big titles?

The eternal fight between the colossi of tennis. Novak Djokovic became champion of the Masters 1000 in Paris, thus adding a new consecration in his career. An unmissable review of how the big title battle is between the Serbian, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

The only (and as if that were not enough) point in common between the Big 3 is the number of titles obtained in Grand Slam. With 20 crowns, the three tennis players maintain an epic and hitherto unprecedented parity.

It should be noted that none of them was able to obtain the Grand Slam calendar in their career, since this season Djokovic was close but could not after his loss to Daniil Medvedev at the US Open.

As to Masters 1000 titles, the world’s No. 1 took the lead in the race. Before the final in Paris he was even with Rafa, but with his triumph he obtained his consecration N ° 37 in this type of tournaments and surpassed the 36 of the Spanish. Further back, Federer with 28, which the last one he won was in 2019 in Miami.

The great thorn of the manacorí is undoubtedly to be champion in the ATP Finals. He was never able to do it, in fact he lost two finals, in 2010 and 2013. Here is a first great advantage of the Swiss, who has 6, and the Serbian, who follows behind with 5. This year in Turin only Djokovic will be present, so he has the opportunity to match the Helvetian.

But if there is something that Nadal has that neither Federer nor Djokovic have, it is individual Olympic gold: in Beijing 2008 he gave Spain the gold. His Majesty was close in London 2012 (Silver), while Nole only obtained the Bronze in that same edition in which Rafa was crowned.

Although the importance of one title over another may be subjective, what is concrete is the total amount of each one. Djokovic leads with 62, behind Nadal with 57 and finally Federer, with 54. Regardless of the competition with each other, together they add up to 173 titles. Amazing.

The age of each is also a factor to consider in these statistics, since the Serbian is the one with the most titles but at the same time he is the youngest, with 34 years. Nadal is 35 and Roger 40. How long will the difference continue to stretch?


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