Open Era GOAT List (a.k.a. GOATometer) compares tennis player career achievements expressed by GOAT Points
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Though he trails Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer by one Slam title, here's why Novak Djokovic is the favorite to become the GOAT in men's tennis.
Call it the GOAT debate that wasn’t: I was all set for the tennis media-sphere to explode on Sunday, after Rafael Nadal finally matched Roger Federer’s men’s-record 20 Grand Slam titles.
Rod Laver, who won all four slams in 1969, is the only other player to accomplish the feat in the Open Era, which began in 1968.
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Ma Long has become the greatest table tennis player of all time.
(OK, I admit I had to google Sir Donald, but according to a 2019 poll, the Australian was voted as the best cricket player of all time.) Who's the GOAT across all sports?