1. He's my fave
(hey at least I'm honest!) and
2. I think it would be really good to have a solid, consistent third player seriously challenging Roddick and Federer, at least on hard courts.
However, to be honest I'll be pretty happy with whoever wins. Federer's a legend and I'm never unhappy to see such classy tennis win. Henman certainly has had a good year and more than a bit of bad luck in previous years. Johansson, well great guy and it's always good to see another slam contender rise to the occasion.