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Federer, Nadal and Djokovic are ridiculously good, but are the Big 3 better than every other era in tennis history?

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Modified 07 Mar 2018, 19:53 IST

ATP Masters 1000 dominance

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The ATP Masters 1000 series forms the third highest tier of men's tennis tournaments

The Masters series has gone through several changes since it started in 1970. Today, the Masters series is comprised of the nine top tournaments, which come second only to the Grand Slams and the ATP Finals.

Federer won his first Masters tournament in 2002 and there have been 140 tournaments after that. The Big 3 have won 87 of them, for a winning percentage of 61.7%. Nadal and Djokovic have both won a record 30 Masters titles and Federer has won 27.

The table below shows the comparison of this success rate with that of the previous generations.

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Additionally, the Big 3 have made the finals of 107 of the 141 Masters tournaments.


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Published 07 Mar 2018, 19:53 IST
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