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View Poll Results: Who will win the US Open
R. Federer 60 58.82%
A. Murray 17 16.67%
R. Nadal 5 4.90%
N. Djokovic 7 6.86%
J. M. Del Potro 3 2.94%
A. Roddick 5 4.90%
J. W. Tsonga 2 1.96%
N. Davydenko 0 0%
R. Soderling 1 0.98%
Other 2 1.96%
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Who Wins the 2009 U.S. Open

so who is going to snatch the hardware at the 2009 U.S Open? does Fed have his name on that trophy already or what?

what will it take to derail him there and who are the other likely candidates for the title?

i will fire off the first shot. i dont think they can stop Fed at the 2009 U.S. Open. He has pretty much restored the order at Cincy. owning no less that 8 slams on hard courts dont hurt matters either. he has got to be quite confident of his chances there at the moment.

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In words of Sapeod: Murray is a shoe in.

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Andrew Mugray. If not, Rafatito Nadull.

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Anyone but Nadull.
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In words of Sapeod: Murray is a shoe in.
i like murray and his drive to get better but he still does not have the goods. best of 5 sets match at a slam is a different type of animal.

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id be putting money on roger federer.

then after him, my order of favourites goes like this: murray, del potro, roddick, djokovic, nadal.

i just want to see a nadal/federer clash at us open, thats it, but i have a feeling someone is going to crash the party on that one, like murray did last year...

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Federer... the rest of the pack is now in a scramble to figure out how to slow down this train..

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Fed is fav and is in the best form but I had picked Djokovic since the start of the season for some reason, so I'll stick with that.

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Andy Murray will win it.

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we shall know more when we look at the draw as far as the QFs and SFs are concerned, but the title seems Fed's to lose for me right now.

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Federer... the rest of the pack is now in a scramble to figure out how to slow down this train..

very well put and stated. rest of the pack does seem to be in a state of shambles at the moment.

d-pot has the power and the consistency but he cannot last for 4+ hours in the new york heat and humidity. now imagine if he has to play 2-3 long matches there.

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we shall know more when we look at the draw as far as the QFs and SFs are concerned, but the title seems Fed's to lose for me right now.
affirmative. i think he will run away with it.

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Federer is the favorite. HOWEVER, Andy Roddick and Rafa have more than a puncher's chance. In my mind, the outcome really depends on Rafa's form by the end of the first work. If he can get a few easy rounds under his belt early, I like his chances against anyone: including Federer.

Andy Murray? Mind not in sync with heart.
Novak Djokovic? Heart not in sync with mind.
Del Potro? Body not in sync with heart.

That leaves Federer, Roddick, and Rafa. I REALLY hope the crowd gets off the Federer bandwagon...and pulls for Andy or Rafa should they meet. Federer has his RG, his record, and his twins...time to spread the love to others.

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