in your dreams bud
. I see you are a very enthusiastic Rog fan (and that's great) but Rog hasn't won a slam in 2 years, and you see him somehow winning both W and the USO this year. oh boy... what is wrong with people here
it's you who are wrong, like many people in this forum :
in this forum I've read so many definitive conclusions about the future because of the recent past : that Fed was done in the beginning of 2009, that Nadal was done in the beginning of 2010, that Djokovic would never be number 1 as long as Nadal and Fed were there, that Djokovic "owned Fed" after beating him in Dubai (Vida probably remembers), recently that Fed had no chance to beat Nadal, that Roddick had no chance to beat Fed ...
you know, there's something which is called "the glorious uncertainty of sport".
I don't understand how Fed's loss in Miami would be that important to change everything in people's calculations here : it changes things for a number 2 seed in Roland-Garros OK, but is it that important ? Fed would still have half-chance to draw Nadal anyway.
I personally think that Fed has more chance to win Wimbledon and the US Open than to win all Masters 1000 on hardcourts or whatever would make him number 1 without winning slams, which some people have calculated here.
There's no better way to be number 1 than to win slams. And surely Fed has played better in the beginning of this year (and even in 2011) than in the beginning of 2009 ... and he was near in the slams last years, whatever you say having matchpoints or playing a third set tie-break in a slam semifinal means you are quite near.
Of course Djokovic has by far the best chance to be number 1 in the end of the year because he's currently the incontestable number 1 but this year will be very long and Fed is not a God at all, but he's no mug either
I don't think Djokovic would feel confident playing Fed in Wimbledon.
And anyway Fed's main goal is not to be number 1 : before that
, it's to win one or several more slams.