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View Poll Results: Who wins the most GS counting from now?
Roger Federer 51 47.22%
Rafael Nadal 12 11.11%
Novak Djokovic 7 6.48%
Andy Murray 9 8.33%
Juan Martin Del Potro 22 20.37%
Marin Cilic 2 1.85%
Robin Söderling 0 0%
Other (Please Specify) 5 4.63%
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From here on, who will win the most GS?

As the topic says, who among active players will win the most GS titles counting from now?
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As the topic says, who among active players will win the most GS titles counting from now?
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Until all active players have retired or are no longer relevant. I.e if you have to name the player you think will win end up with the most slams won after AO 2010, who would you choose?
Right now Del Potro and Federer are in the lead and I'm inclined to agree with that.
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

DelPotro. He will win at least 5 more. Federer maybe 2 or 3.

Murray, 0. Why is he even on the list? And Soderling?

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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Tennis would be dead if a guy like Del Potro won 6 slams.

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Tennis would be dead if a guy like Del Potro won 6 slams.
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Tennis would be dead if a guy like Del Potro won 6 slams.
It would be 5 times dead if so.
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Fed, of course.

Del Potro is way too injury prone to win more than a couple of slams.


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DelPotro. He will win at least 5 more.
No, he will not. The really tall tennis players(Krajicek, Safin, Ivanisevic, Stan Smith, Gomes, Noah, Stich) have never won more than 2 slams. Plus he is very injury prone. Not happening.
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Del Potro is able to win everywhere.May be it will be the most difficult for him to win Wimbledon.Tennis wouldn't be dead if Del Potro wins 6 Slams.After Federer and Nadal he is the biggest guy in the world tennis.Cilic,too.

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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Juan can win three more (not Wimbledon) I think, Murray will get two or three depending on his form, Cilic can also reach the level...

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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Del potro will atleast win another 3-4 slams in my opinion and retire/drop off at an early age.
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i think del potro, hes mentally the best player and out of the current top 10 i only see murray and cilic with the determination to compete with him.
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

JMDP.

He may be inconsistent and injury-prone, but he's outrageously young. He simply overpowers everyone when he's 100% healthy.

He will tend to his own health very carefully, sticking to a modest schedule and healthy lifestyles, because of his devotion to the sport. So he will be like a beefed up, somewhat healthier, much more dedicated Safin. That translates into 4~8 slams.

There is no alternative. There is no escape. There is Juan Martin Del Potro.


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I like Del Potro and his aggressive game, but I think people are overrating him a bit. Well, beating Fed in a slam final will do that.
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Re: From here on, who will win the most GS?

Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray Whom I still believe on.......

This two still have best chance to win more GS..........
because Fed is getting older and JMDP is not that good as Murry and Nadal......(all around players)

JMDP is not very consistent.

Nadal has already done amazing JOB recent years. Expect time for him to come back.... He need a break (cause runs out of Gas) before another biggest run

Murray is great but still not enough experience as Fed does...... As soon as he gains it .... that He should be better than Roger is today.

The Reason I'm not go for D-JOKER. I look for potential growth.....which Murray has more room to go

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