Yes, we do. Federer will rip him a new one and give him an excuse to keep picking his as. Oh wait, he already did that in Madrid. My bad.
Until he evens the h2h, I'm still going to give Nadal favoritism in every match they play.
But you still didn't answer my question. Do you just pick random people to beat Nadal? Last week it was Soderling, this week it's John Isner. What do you base this off of? Where do you get the idea that Soderling will beat Nadal from here on out, even though a healthy Nadal screwed him 6-1 6-0 at Rome a month earlier?
John Isner's rank is what, somewhere in the 120's? He's just getting off a case of mono and you expect him to beat one of the most consistent players ever?
It's okay though. I'm probably not the only one who believes that you post threads without any source of rational thought. So cmon, tell me to go follow ping-pong, or baseball or whatever.