Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave
why do you say he has any chance more than in the past?
he still has Roger as a potential SF and dangerous Tsonga QF
Roger isn't playing as well in general this year as he was last year ergo on paper, it's a better chance than last year, but that's not taking into account him raising his level and fighting like a champ when Rafito has bombed out, something he's been superb at over the years. As for Jo, the only way he's beating Andy here is if he finds his way out of the mental hex he's had over him.
Now Nadal is gone I make it very tight between the three, but Djokovic's favourite status has actually suffered, cause he'd have loved Rafito over the other two in the final. All day long.