Re: BNP Paribas Masters, Paris, 7-14 November 2010
Congrats to David for such a consistent year - he NEVER lost in the first round of all tournaments! He should have an outside chance to end the year at about #10 had he been healthier in the first half of the year and played more tournaments.
All the best to him next year. I hope he could get the momentum back (esp. getting used to playing 5-set GS matches again) and reach the SF/QF of the slams.
I have an odd feeling that he will only win his first GS at Wimbledon (upsetting Nadal + Federer!) exacly 10 years after his 2000 Wimbledon final...
I really hope he would continue playing until 32-33 years old, since he is still 'young' in terms of career duration (always out or had short seasons due to injuries).