Why is it always the top players that MTF has this kind of talk about?
What about the people who have to face Djokovic in slams and they might've been able to get a round further if it weren't for him or some other slam champion being in the way I don't know what it is, but it seems like fans of the top players are rarely satisfied, no matter what the accomplishments their favorites have achieved
. Maybe it's just me, but it seems like everytime a major draw comes out, they seem to complain the loudest when anybody who is "good" might face their precious favorite. If he is worthy of the title, then he will win it by earning it.
Otherwise, someone else had a better tournament.
It's bloody strange to see those endless expectations. Also, many seem to think that GS-titles - or just whatever titles - grown on trees and they're just there to pick for the top guys, never mind the fact that all the other guys can play a pretty good ball at times as well. Tough losses against other players are being called 'flukes', hence the amount of 'respect' that guys like Söderling, Tsonga, and now Isner (just to name a few of them), get on this board - oh noes, the Top Dog "got unlucky!" He "didn't care"! etc.
It's in fact very difficult to win a big title, and winning even 'just' ONE GS-title is a massive achievement. Be happy for all that your favs have managed to achieve, in stead of lamenting about ifs-buts-shoulda-woulda-coulda's.