With specific regards to tennis, if someone calls a player the GOAT - players like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic - they probably mean that they’re the greatest player, in their opinion.
Answer (1 of 12): Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T). The reasons are explained by other answers. GOAT is an acronym. Not the Animal. Though, fans make memes with it :D Like this.
Answer (1 of 6): Here, GOAT means Greatest of All Time. It is a term that is given to people who are legends or who are excellent in their respective fields, like Federer is an all time great in Tennis, Messi is an all time great in Football and so on and so forth.
Answer (1 of 11): “THE” GOAT? No way. He’s one of the GOAT. But definitely not the best ever. Theres quite a few metrics he’s not on par with either Djokovic or Federer.
Answer (1 of 2): How is it possible to dethrone Nole the G.O.A.T .. Even if he is dethroned, how is it possible for Federer at 38 to go top of rankings to reclaim it. Federer has passed his prime and is injury ridden. h His record is surpassed for now, and he has to beat upcoming young rivals if...
I’m not saying Serena isn’t the greatest female tennis player of all time, because you could certainly make an argument for her being the GOAT. I believe she’s certainly the greatest female player of her generation 2000’s & 2010’s. However, I don’t think she should be crowned the ‘undisputed’ GOAT.
Roger Federer has played the fewest matches against the two, and has a losing head-to-head record against both Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. All in all, the Swiss has played 90 matches and has ...
Tom Brady is the greatest of all time, he has won 7 championships, he is old and Is still amongst the best players at his position. But there are so many dominant forces in sports. Michael Phelps is another athlete that comes to mind when I think about the best athletes 28 Olympic medals of which 23 were gold.