Starting from the player's real GOAT Points earned in the Open Era, extrapolations uses an age-weight curve to estimate the player's GOAT Points in years outside of the Open Era span (either before or after).
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The GOAT debate just got a whole lot more complicated. On a blissfully sunny Sunday in Paris, Novak Djokovic further narrowed the gap between himself and Big Three counterparts Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal by claiming his 19th major title at Roland Garros. And he did so in historic fashion, erasing a two-set deficit to defeat first-time ...
Federer is currently winning the vote by a significant margin, and leads Novak Djokovic on 38% and Rafael Nadal, who has only picked up 7% of the vote so far.
Let's do this once and for all. Let's figure out who the Greatest Male Tennis Player of all time (GOAT) is, while leaving out all of the feelings and using all of the statistics instead.
But Ultimate Tennis Statistics’s Open Era GOAT List throws up different conclusions. The list was compiled by considering variables like Grand Slams, ATP tournaments won, head-to-head records, Elo ratings, end-of-season ranking, and points won. In this regard, Djokovic’s name is bookended by that of Federer and Nadal.
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Usain “Lightning” Bolt is a GOAT. The Jamaican sprinter won the gold medals in the 100-meter, 200-meter and 4-x-100-meter relay races at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.
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