He probably has the game to succeed at all the slams but as you say, Wimbledon will be the hardest to come by. I don't think he will do it though - especially while Fedal are still around. When Federer retires it will be interesting to see what kind of rivalry will develop between himself and Murray at the slams. I feel those matches really could go either way.
His game is vastly overrated to the extent were it's ridiculous. His game can win him a slam, maybe even two, but four? No.
Wimbledon will be near impossible for him to win, considering he isn't even in the top five grass players presently.
Murray is unequivocally the better grass court player. Their matches will not be as close as some people foolishly claim. Murray will win most, if not all of their matches on grass. Wimbledon matches will not be much different. Murray will win most of them.
With the competition he has, there is a big question mark over whether he will go on to win multiple slams, let alone the career grand slam. He has the talent and the skills, but a CGS is not easy to come by and a lot of things will have to fall in place for him in order for it to happen. To be honest though, I think it's only right to talk about the possibility of him achieving it if he wins another slam - otherwise these discussions are premature.
With the competition has, there is without a doubt, almost a zero percent chance that Djokovic will win a slam.
His "talent" and "skills" are the same as most other players, except just slightly better. There is nothing exceptional about him. He doesn't have an outstanding game at all.
He'll be lucky to win a second slam, let alone the career grand slam.
Nole will win 2 slams maybe 3 if he is lucky. He will win the Us Open and maybe one more Aussie. He really doesn't have what it takes. He is a great guy, great player but not a great champion
He'll be lucky to win another slam.
His game is far from outstanding. In fact, if you watched his game without knowing he had won a slam, you'd think he was just another top 10 player, which nowadays, he is.
Yes he is capable of wining all 4 but I don't think he will.
He is not capable with the current game and results he has.
His results are very poor for a top three player.
Only other top player who has had a poorer season who should've had a better one is Murray, but he has two masters titles, while Djokovic has zero.
His number three ranking has been kept because of very poor opponents, easy draw and chokers.
If two certain opponents didn't choke so incredibly, two of Djokovic's grand slam results would've been first round losses, and he would've ended the year ranked number five, where he should be.
Let's just wait and see if he can win his 2nd slam first, shall we? Cause at the moment, he can't even win a MS. Let alone a Slam.
Finally, some sense in this nonsensical thread.