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Re: Which country breaks the slam drought next?

Egypt after 58 years without a GS winner.

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Can't believe so long drought for France so i'll say France.

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76 years

jesus that was bad

At least Fred Perry was the orginal GOAT

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76 years

jesus that was bad

At least Fred Perry was the orginal GOAT
Great Britain is not so much a tennis country if you except the fact they have Wimbledon.
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Romania? NEVER EVER. Any other country has a better chance than Romania

I'm surprised to see France and Czech at 29 and 22 years tbh
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Czech?

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Croatia with Marin Cilic!









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Its a shame that the english dont support Scotland In football like they do with Murray.
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Re: Which country breaks the slam drought next?

really of those countries listed only france, croatia and the cezech republic have players out now that you could see winning a slam

although technically germany and the czech republic have already ended their drought
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