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View Poll Results: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?
Before RG 7 12.96%
Right after RG 12 22.22%
After Wimby but before the USO 25 46.30%
After the USO 10 18.52%
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When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year (2012)?

second poll choice should say right after wimby

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

What makes you think he will lose it?

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

If he fails to capture AO and fails to defend a couple masters before Roland Garros, can he lose his ranking? If so then I'll probably say hmm right before Wimbledon.
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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

Whenever Federer feels like getting it back
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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

After Wimbledon probably, but I think that's where he'll end the year

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

The sooner the better.
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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

Federer will get it back after winning wimbledon
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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

I would say after Wimbledon or Montreal, but question is who will replace him. It is funny because anyone of trio Nadal, Federer, Murray is able to do that.

I would personally prefer Federer, but Nadal has got a shot if he pump up himself and Murray has chance only if all three others somehow fail.

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

Federer will crush them all. Actually he doesn't even need to be that good, just consistent results everywhere with a grand slam final and he'll get the number 1 place after wimbledon if nobody wins more than one slam.
But anyway we all know who's winning wimbledon this year

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sure happening. Let's just hope that he doesn't take too many early set leads or else he's dooooooooomed!

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

After Rome, given his current form however.
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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

After Miami. Then gain it back for a few weeks after MC and lose it again after Rome. Then there is no winning back.

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Re: When will Djokovic lose the number 1 position next year?

Just after RG probably, if not for sure after WImbledon
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