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Borg streak[edit]

We have to be careful with the Borg winning streak as there are other sources with different views/ That ATP site is riddled with errors that I've had to send correspondence in order to correct.

1978: 49 - Bjorn Borg (43 tournament wins + 6 Davis Cup rubbers) Won 6 titles during the streak, including 2 majors Surfaces: (22 clay, 12 carpet, 8 hard, 7 grass) Number of "the best of five" matches: 26 - Borg gave two walkovers during the streak, after wins No. 13 & 14 - he had also a 48-match winning streak in years 1979-80, but the streak included 3 invitational tournaments, however, recognized by ATP as his official titles; during that streak gave one walkover, after win No. 7

Some will say that the walkovers end the streak and some will not. There is a source that ends it, yet per official ATP Nadal's streak would NOT have ended if he gave a walkover back in 2007. Maybe there should be an asterisk for this fact? Fyunck(click) (talk) 22:50, 10 December 2013 (UTC)

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Djokovic Federer rivalry[edit]

OK, thanks :)--Soundwaweserb (talk) 21:40, 22 February 2014 (UTC)

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