Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal: Ranking the Trio After Wimbledon

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Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal: Ranking the Trio After Wimbledon
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By winning Wimbledon last Saturday, Novak Djokovic altered the paradigm of modern-day tennis by becoming the first man not named Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal to hold the No. 1 ranking since Andy Roddick lost it on February 1, 2004.

The Djoker has put together a season for the ages—a 48-1 record so far, the only blemish a semifinal loss to Roger Federer at Roland Garros. 

Rafael Nadal has struggled to solve Djokovic, coming up empty handed five straight times. He is 2-8 against the World No. 1 since the 2009 hard court season began.

Federer rounds out the top three as sort of an afterthought, the guy who keeps hanging around but hasn't won a major since January of 2010.

Here is a ranking of how the top three in the world stack up against each other.

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