Who is the greatest of all time?
It's the fly in the ointment of immortality, the chink in an otherwise flawless piece of armor. It's Roger Federer's head-to-head record against Rafael Nadal, and it's back in the news (or at least on this blog).
Two years ago, when Nadal was in the process of beating his rival five consecutive times and ascending to No. 1, some began to ask a not unreasonable question: How can Federer be considered the greatest of all time when he has a lopsided losing record against someone from ...
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