By demand, this post/thread is dedicated to the debate of the best men in the Open Era to have never won a Grand Slam. I’ll start with some names:
Marcelo Rios: Reached No. 1 – only No. 1 to have never won a Slam?
David Nalbandian: Made a Wimbledon final, had the game and the talent, just not the luck and drive.
Tommy Haas: Never even made a final, what a shame.
Tomas Berdych: Arguably the best among the current under 30s to have never won.
David Ferrer: At 32 chances slipping.
from the older generation: Brian Gottfried, Todd Martin, Jose-Luis Clerc, Eddie Dibbs, Brad Gilbert, Harold Solomon, Tim Henman
and Vitas Gerulitis.
To me, this is a really tough question. So I might just chicken out and say Nalbandian.
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