Nadal and Djokovic are unable to match Roger Federer’s record.

Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are unable to match Roger Federer‘s dominance in the sport. Nobody beats the Swiss Maestro’s 369 victories in the men’s Grand Slam event main draw. Another significant moment in the career of the Swiss superstar, who announced his retirement from tennis on Thursday, September 15 after possibly amassing the most victories in the new millennium.

February 2000 A young Roger Federer, who has been competing professionally for less than two years, defeats Michael Chang in the first round of the Australian Open 6-4, 6-4, 7-6. He will defeat Jan Kroslak two days later as well before succumbing with Arnauld Clement.

But he just counts the first game. because it is the Swiss phenomenon’s first triumph in a Grand Slam competition. 368 more people will come. The final one involved Lorenzo Sonego and took place at Wimbledon‘s round of 16 in July 2021.

A record in a career that will inevitably remain unreachable, one of several that are exceptional. Up until that point in January, Roger had simply warmed up before setting out on an extraordinary expedition.

He only performs in Basel and Toulouse in 1998. After making a mistake during the Australian qualifying round the year after, Pat Rafter, the third-ranked player in the world at the time, made his debut in the first round of Roland Garros and defeated him three sets to one.

While qualifications will still be lethal in the US, Kiri Novak will have to endure 5 sets at Wimbleon with the biggest winner ever on London’s grass. Roger Federer has 369 wins in his career in Grand Slam competition.

Rafa Nadal trails Nole Djokovic by 334 and by 131. The 224 of Andre Agassi and the 203 of Pete Sampras belong to the preceding generation. Roger has a lengthy, unending love affair with the top four international competitions. The only competitor to compete in more than 400 races (429 to be exact), he spent 15 years, including 10 straight years, in at least one Grand Slam final. The only phenomenon to have triumphed in three of these competitions at least five times is the Basel phenomenon.