and then fingers crossed
#78 US Open
I think 2 of those 3 maybe, as long as he skips Canada, but he'd probably be happy with either the Olympics or the US Open.
Olympics is no guarantee, even fresh off a Wimbledon win. He'll be favored on the Wimbledon grass, but best of 3 and someone like a hot Berdych could take him out. He's won 4 titles in Cincinnati and 5 at the US Open, so he certainly has a good chance, but competition on hard courts is always the toughest.