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Andrew Prochnow
is only male player in history to win a major on grass, clay, and hard in same year. If Federer did it all would know
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Nausicaa 3 Sep 15
yeah... it would be mandatory to learn at school if Fed had done it..
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Kathleen 3 Sep 15
you tell 'em...let them have it!
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Nausicaa 3 Sep 15
Replying to @AndrewProchnow
is Nadal the only tennis player in open era to have at least 2 GS on each surface ? I think so ..
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Kim 4 Sep 15
instead they tweet about a 2nd Round streak. Honestly.
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Kim 4 Sep 15
next time on ESPN 'Roger has had the shiniest hair every tournament since 2002"
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sharon bond 4 Sep 15
Also only player to win a slam for ten consecutive years. Fed's best was eight straight years.
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Don Julio 4 Sep 15
Replying to @AndrewProchnow
your obsession with federer is wild creepy dude. you think about him more than his stans. you need a hobby. lol
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Andrew Prochnow 4 Sep 15
Replying to @siltesy
I think he and Wilander...but if could win the Australian again he would be the only player with at least 2 at each venue.
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Nausicaa 4 Sep 15
Replying to @AndrewProchnow
yes Matts won at least 2 on 3 surfaces : 2 AO on grass, 1 AO on HC, 3 RG, 1 Uso but his grass cup was never in WB.
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Nausicaa 4 Sep 15
Replying to @AndrewProchnow
winning a 2nd AO is my dream... Tennis owes him
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Andrew Prochnow 4 Sep 15
Replying to @Moyes_GONE @ESPNTennis
The fact is Nadal basically did it twice, because his 2008 Gold in Olympics was on hard court. Plus Wimby and French
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Adam 4 Sep 15
Consider that Laver did it when three were grass
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Andrew Prochnow 4 Sep 15
I know it very well 😊 Here's my article on that very subject:
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Kyle Shilling 4 Sep 15
Fed career more impressive. Tons of tourneys on clay. Imagine if 60% of season was on grass instead of clay..
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