Don't jinx him!
By the way, your predictions are crazy, but I wish they'd become true if he had 10 years ahead of him to play the game and not be that challenged, which I think it will not happen.
I'm gonna go with more "real" predictions, yet fan-biased:
10 Slams - I don't know exactly how many of each, but I think he'll win them all and will achieve the number of ten slams, I sure am hoping him to break Sampras' record, but it's just so hard. If he takes his chances while he's dominating, he ends 2005 with more than half of his task accomplished.
15 AMS - There are nine every year, and he has 6 already, so not the hardest thing for him for the next three years to do.
7 TMC - You know, that's probably harder than achieving 10 slams and 15 AMS combined as there's just one per season and his reign could end if there's a new enough talented, consistent and spirituous to take his #1 spot and eventually beat him on a regular basis. But that demonstrates how many years I want him to dominate, once again, one more to break Sampras' record, though he won in 2003 when he finished #2.
70 Titles - That IS hard, assuming he has a long career like Agassi, he can do it.
7 years as #1 - Lucky seven to Federer's reign. He can regain his throne after that, also.
1 Grand Slam - In a calendar year, or the Federer Slam. Hopefully add a Golden Slam here, he'll still be good in Beijing.
I know this "Federer's career stats" are biased and unreal, even not likely, but I'd like it to happen. Actually, some are not that unlike to happen if he can keep up his rhythym for at least another two years.
Oh, are that Graf's real stats? If so, so impressive
I can see the 22 slams, but I didn't know about her Tier I results and years as #1, but you also should add a Golden Slam there in Federer's because Graf has one.