EVERY #1 player (13 players) since Lendl other than Agassi and their
aggregate accomplishments after turning 30: 其他13人
332 match wins 332场比赛
6 titles [One slam, USO] 6个冠军，一个大满贯
6 other finals made 6个决赛
1 slam final, 2 QFs 一个大满贯决赛，两个八强
Federer by himself: Rog自己就赢了
240 match wins 240场比赛
17 titles [including Wimbledon, WTF undefeated (oldest to win), Cincy 2X, IW,
Madrid, Shanghai) 17个冠军 [包括温网、年终赛全胜（且最老）、两个辛辛那提、
14 other finals made 打进了14个决赛
Slam RU, 5 slam SFs made, 2 QF 大满贯盘子、五个大满贯四强、2个八强
Very few players win anything after turning 30, let alone after turning 33.
The fact that Federer is still playing at this level is anomalous. Still, he
is past his peak and past his prime, but still is highly competitive because
he's the best ever.
it is impressive, unbelievable, really, it also shows that it's difficult
to expect anything from players who have won slams and have reached #1 (and
have played a lot early in their careers), to win anything after 30. The fact
that he does makes him rather anomalous, but the exception doesn't discount
Edberg, Becker, Wilander, Courier, Rafter, Kuerten, Safin, Kafelnikov, and
Roddickwon about 85 matches TOTAL between them, respectively, after they
turned 30. They made TWO finals between them.
Safin, Rafter, Kafelnikov, and Guga didn't win any.
Moya did better and won about 80 matches and 1 title, got to 3 other finals.
Musterwon 45 matches and got to a final. JCF won 55 matches and 4 titles.
Sampras won one title (one BIG title) after turning 30, won 39 matches, and
made 3 other finals after turning 30. The players from the next generation
were taking turns beating him up including Fed, Safin, Mark Flip, Hewitt,
etc. In the current TMS (1000) era, Fed, Agassi and Lendl are the exceptions
as far as older players who could play against the next generation are
但 Rog 也不糟，虽然二发赢球率只有18趴！只有18趴！只有１８趴！
物换星移，现在变成挑战大魔王，以年近 34 岁的高龄。
然后再想想 Rog 所拥有的一切，我除了感到不可思议与敬佩外，想不到别的。
从 2008 年京奥到 2012 年的伦敦奥运，眼看明年奥运又要来了；
It's not only his effortless, smooth, and wonderful to watch tennis that
makes Fed the GOAT. He's that once in a lifetime professional athlete who is
truly the total package. Thanks to him for playing still...hope it lasts much
longer and that more finals turn into trophies. Tennis will likely be over to
me once Roger moves on, and the entire sport will feel it, I'm sure. Same
journo's bringing up retirement over and over will be writing columns begging
for him to make a "comeback". Sad they don't realize that he's been doing
just that, in spectacular fashion, over and over for all to enjoy.