Federer, Nadal, Murray, Djokovic. They have been the top 4 for some years now, and probably will be for many years to come. I'd like to know what your predictions are about when each of them will retire (age or how long from now) and what you think they will do after they retire. Doesnt have to be realistic, just a bit of fun. Good to look back on in a few years though (or decades considering 3 of them are still at the early stages of their career
Heres my thoughts:
Nadal - Will eventually win a US open before having his knee's operated out. Which promptly results in retirement, but not before somehow winning another French open and losing the next one in a final against Fed. Retires at the relatively early age of 27 and goes on to host "Spain's next top model no?". Nadal returns to the tennis stage at the age of 30 to pay the bills after Uncle Tony takes him for all he owns.
Federer - Gains further recognition of his GOAT status by beating a kneeless Nadal in the French open final. Explains kneelessness is "a part of the game". Amasses a total of 18 grand slams before being squashed by the combined weight of Muzz, Djokalot, Del po po and Dimitrov (aka Bob). Retires at 30 to live a peaceful Sampras-esque life with his family on a remote island somewhere.
Murray - Dominates the US events for a couple years, winning a couple US opens, then wins a couple Australian opens in finals against the Aussie hero... thats right, SuperGooch. Wins a couple French opens. Muzz loses his only Wimbledon final to Davydenko, in 5 bagelled sets. Landbrokes approves. The Queen's proposal to Murray prior to the match was said to be partly to blame. King Murray Retires at 28 to go into commentary to poke fun at Tim Henman for all the Grand-slams he didnt win.
Djokovic - Wins no more Grand-slams, however does win the "Just try and imitate Dimitrov's amazingness contest". Becomes the dominant force in the masters series along with Del Bond villain. Retires at the age of 23...24...25 in a number of tournaments before being banned for 2 years for failing a drugs test. Apparently Gasquet gave him a snog the night before. Retires at the age of 29 to join the bandwagon following his younger brother. Is jailed after Nadal's knees are found at his California home.