Originally Posted by jtipson
He's currently 81-3 for the last 12 months, if you want to look at it that way. If he wins the US Open and his DC singles matches, he'd be 83-3.
I very much doubt he'll go unbeaten to the end of the season like he did last year - that was really only because he skipped Madrid and was injured for Basel/Bercy.
Many players skip Madrid/Paris because of the end-of-season fatigue. Roger might skip them again but, even if he doesn't, who's going to beat him? Indoors, certainly not Nadal even with the Spanish croud. Roddick, Hewitt, Agassi - no way. Marat - maybe I suppose.
The most realistic chance for him to loose will be the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai but he usually plays his best tennis for this event. I think it's unlikely that he'll loose.