That you can count doesn't prove you can add up. You will never see what you don't want to. Doping.
I have nothing to prove -- I am not the one who started a thread wishing to discuss how a 34 year old clay expert beating a 33 year old on clay can be best explained by doping.
It looks like no one in this thread was particularly interested in discussing the topic with you, and like all threads I have seen you participate in, it quickly degrades in an exchange of personal insults, as if that was the real goal.
I don't know if this thread is mainly about age and why Nadal can't do this at 34 or whatever but 34 really isn't that old. I don't have the time to read every reply here to find out if that's the main question and as to why he shouldn't be able to do good at this age.
But just throwing this out there. Here's Hifon Smith setting WRs in powerlifting naturally at the age of 45 or 46.
Upper 30s to low 40s is the peak of human performance if you do it right. BUt you have to do it right. Meaning do the right training. Retiring early in your early 30s to late 20s just doesn't make sense.