Tough to not name Hewitt. Its gonna be like that now; it happened at Wimbledon, for example: if theres not a name strong enough to ROCK (yeah, in capitals, major rock
), its all Lleyton´s.
I´d be saying Guga if it wasnt for that bloody injury. He was on peak hard court form in Cincinnati, where he showed what he´s made of.
I´m also having high hopes for Moya. If he keeps that good form, there´s no reason why he can´t get good results.
Andy Roddick would be a name, wasnt for the fact that he´s facing some tough times.
Agassi can do some damage, and Federer too. Roger, btw, is still needing some more consistent results in a row, so thats a good chance.
Safin is on a wondeful season, and hard is his best, so Im still trusting he can have some very good tournaments.
But Hewitt has the edge, yes...