Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. The Fab Four of men's tennis, the four musketeers who wrote indelible pages of court, marking an unforgettable era, which will remain forever in the history of tennis.
They have won a total of 283 titles, including 50 Grand Slam titles, 12 ATP Finals, and a total of 8 Olympic medals. Federer holds the record of Grand Slam titles (19), and titles won at Wimbledon (8). Nadal, has won 16 Slam titles, including 10 (record) at the French Open.
Djokovic has won 12 Slam titles, and holds the record of victories at the Australian Open (6, together with Roy Emerson). Murray won 3 Slam titles, two consecutive gold medals in the men's singles, and above all, he was the first British tennis player to win Wimbledon after Fred Perry's era.
All of them have won the Davis Cup at least once. Simply amazing titles and records. We will realize the fortune of having seen these champions play only in a few years. But who of them has most marked the last ten years of court? Wins, titles, class, elegance, power, fashion, controversy.
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