Top 10 Tennis Grand Slam Players in Open Era

Guess the 10 best players in the Grand Slam (Wimbledon, Roland Garros, US Open, Australian Open) men's singles during the Open Era (since 1968) according to the criteria written in the comments.
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Last updated: June 25, 2020
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Player
Country
1
Roger Federer
Switzerland
2
Novak Djokovic
Serbia
3
Rafael Nadal
Spain
4
Jimmy Connors
United States
5
Ivan Lendl
Czechoslovakia
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Player
Country
6
Pete Sampras
United States
7
Andre Agassi
United States
8
John McEnroe
United States
9
Andy Murray
United Kingdom
10
Björn Borg
Sweden
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Level 65
Jun 25, 2020
Criteria : Elimination in Round of 16 = 1 point / Elimination in Quarters Finals = 2 points / Elimination in Semi Finals = 3 points / Elimination in Final = 4 points / Winner = 6 points. If 2 players have the same number of points, the player in front is the one with the most tournament win, the the most finals, the most semi finals, quarters finals and finally round of 16.
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Level 65
Jun 25, 2020
Surprised to see Sampras so low.
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Level 65
Jun 25, 2020
Could have been higher, but he hasn't been good enough in Roland Garros (only scored 9 points: 1 semi-finals and 3 quarter finals only). He has been very good in the 3 other Grand Slam, but not enough to come back on the 5 players in front of him