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How about everyone else?
Again, let's look at the records.
When observing Nadal's record against players who have been ranked 30th or better throughout his career, we see something absolutely glaring.
Nadal has a winning record against each and every one of these players except for five of them. And four of those five are small sample sizes against players he played during his inexperienced days in the mid 2000s.
For instance, he's 0-2 against a guy named Alex Corretja. He's 0-1 against another guy named Paradorn Scrichiphan, and 0-1 against Joachim Johansson. We definitely can't hold that against Nadal.
Nadal has literally dominated everyone. He's 6-3 against Andy Roddick, 7-2 against Juan Carlos Ferrero, 12-4 against Andy Murray, 6-2 against Soderling. In fact, against players who have been No. 1 at some point in their careers, he is 62-30. He's even 2-0 against Andre Agassi!
The only guy that Nadal has legitimately struggled against is Nikolay Davydenko. He's 4-6 against him lifetime.
Guess everyone has their Kryptonite.