Spot on. Interesting how a lose always seems to be the best thing after it occurs. I'm sure if by some strange turn of fate that Nadal lost at RG, it would then be the best thing for a shot at his second straight Wimbledon.
Nadal never loses unless he is tired, his leg is hurting or is suffering from something. He is like 1000-0 when he is completely healthy. All these other players like Fed, Djokovic, or Murray can't possibly be tired and lose to Rafa and they can't possibly beat a healthy Rafa. Rafa is always planning something with wins or losses. He is always thinking ahead. You know. This time according to our dear friend, he is preparing for RG and now that he has lost to Roger, he is not going to have any doubts he will beat him in RG.
Don't get me wrong. I am not saying Roger will or won't beat Rafa. I just don't care anymore after 3 years Roger has let me down. But, to come out and say, "I hate to see Rafa lose to Roger" and then try to make a credible argument it's just plain stupid.