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View Poll Results: How many slams for the Great One?
1 1 3.23%
2 1 3.23%
3 2 6.45%
4 1 3.23%
5+ 6 19.35%
More slams than Nadal 1 3.23%
More slams than Noserer 2 6.45%
Over 9000 17 54.84%
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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

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what will happen first? Tomic winning a slam or Trollspindoctor making a good post?
easy ... Tomic winning a slam.
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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

At the very least: 94

He might be the first man to win all 4 slams twice in one year.
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20-22 at least.

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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

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And even if they're gone, he is not that superior to Dimitrov, Goffin or Tomic to win that amount of slams.
Oh my God, Tomic is not even superior to Tomic? He's got a hell of a competition.
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Oh my God, Tomic is not even superior to Tomic? He's got a hell of a competition.
Yes, quite ominous that one. In fact, I think it's quite safe to say that Tomic will be his singular most difficult opponent, causing troubles in every tournament he plays. There'll be no escaping him.
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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

With his current attitude, 2. If he fixes up his mindset and actually does research on opponents, 5.

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I'll say 3-5. Has potential but I think his game might be too 'passive', though it depends on how good the 96-98 generation is.

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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

If he wins any, it will be during a transitional era, once the current crop of top players have retired.

The era that follows this one will be even worse than the one from 2000-2004.

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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

Can you find the correct number of slams Tomic will win?

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It all depends if he can stay motivated.

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Re: How many grand slams for Tomic when all said and done?

Rosol wins a slam earlier than tomic
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