It depends how dark you think a horse can be before it becomes a black hole and swallows the universe. If he gets a walkover against two or three players, plays at his peak in his other matches, and gets very lucky, he could maybe do it. Probably he would tank the final anyway to prepare for the grass courts.
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Murraytards' delusion never ceases to baffle me. He has no chance of winning RG so he is not a dark horse. He can make a decent run however. He did well in Rome.
Certainly he's far bigger favorite than Almagro and the likes. And against Nadal has better chance than any other top player except Nole and Ferrer.
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Originally Posted by: Toni Nadal
Rafael has won more titles than Novak Djokovic, but speaking merely about tennis and about the game, Rafa has to be considered slightly lower than Djokovic. The Serb is such a good player that he is as close as you can get to Roger Federer