The word “ever” has been attached to the three of them for a long time now. Roger Federer was first to it, the first to be called the greatest ever. From Wimbledon 2004 to the Australian Open 2010, 19 grand slam tournaments in all, Fed reached the final in all but one. He won 12 of them. He was the all-time record holder for grand slam titles before he turned 29. There hadn’t been anything like that in modern tennis times.
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