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- 1Far from controversial. He's the greatest of all time based on what he has done in the last 7 years.
- 2The clear #2. The only question is: How much will he accomplish in the 10s? Will he surpass RF?
- 3So underappreciated. Americans expect to see one of their own become the best and turn their nose at Roddick winning only a single major. But Roddick has had a fantastic career, and perhaps no one has had their career marginalized by a rival like he has with Federer.
- 4A great one. That he ranks so high despite note playing half the decade, makes you wonder what he could have done in his career had he been properly focused the whole time.
- 5A stellar career, but overrated by many because he happened to come of age in the gap between Sampras/Agassi and Federer/Nadal.
- 6Safin's a "what could have been" guy. Still had a great career, but man he could have been legendary.
- 7Novak's accomplished quite a lot at a young age. No small feat to be on this list considering that. Currently, he's been surpassed by Juan Martin Del Petro as the "next great champion". We'll have to see if he takes his game to the next level.
- 8It's easy to forget how good Guga was with Nadal's mind-blowing abilities before us, but a 3 time major champions with solid success in multiple surfaces is nothing to sneeze at.
- 9Of course Pete's only this far down because of how little he played at top level this decade. It's actually stunning to recognize how much he accomplished in what was effectively a short period of his illustrious career.
- 10I feel a bit bad. Nothing that extraordinary I can mention about Ferrero. He simply accomplished more than all but 9 other men this decade. Not too shabby.