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Nadal - Nobody Thought He Could Win Wimbledon 4 21.05%
Federer - He completes his Grand Slam 11 57.89%
Both - Both Players Win 3 15.79%
Neither - They lost a GS they should win. 1 5.26%
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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-09-2007, 06:36 AM Thread Starter
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Who Would It Benefit More?

If Nadal didn't win the French Open this year but won Wimbledon and if Federer won the French Open this year but didn't win Wimbledon. I voted for Nadal because he isn't even Top 10 on grass. Federer on the other hand is Top 3 on clay. I should have voted for both, close call, I think it helps both of them but Nadal more.
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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

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The big winner would be MEN`s TENNIS & a True Rivalry to be excited about!!!!

*FED gets his Career Slam & seperates himself from the others [Sampras, Borg, McEnroe, Lendl, Edberg, Becker, Connors, Newcombe]..

*RAFA gets his dream come true to win on traditional Wimby grass & forever smash stereotypes about Spanish players & so called `clay court specialists`.
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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

Federer... he would be holding all 4 slams (even if only for a few weeks).

Although it would be very big for both players.

Seems unlikley anyways lol

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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

Roger.

Though this is one of those only a dream type things.
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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

This year there's only 2 important events for Roger, especially RG. If he wins, nobody will care about his losses to Canas or even Nadal
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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

Federer.

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Re: Who Would It Benefit More?

Federer get the elusive GS so it helps him more.

Nadals young and he has time on his side. Federer is getting old.

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...i think it would hurt Nadal...
cuz its his best surface...
and he is on an incredible streak, it would be sad if he lose on his home turf..

but good for Fed..
cuz he has won all the slams....
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