In the last 75 years only one person has been able to win Roland Garros more than 3 times -- and that person was one of the greatest legends the game has seen, Bjorn Borg. The next best two in the open era were Ivan Lendl and Gustavo Kuerten, at three a piece. So I'm amazed, really, that people believe Nadal can win such ridiculous numbers of French Open championships. There's a reason clay court specialists have a very short shelf-life and just look at the injury problems Nadal is having now. It's possible he may win one more but I'll be very surprised if he wins more than that.
I like Nadal and think his contrasting style (to purist shotmakers) is good for the game but to expect this level for 5 more years is beyond fantasy.
I remember this poster. He was a pretty decent poster and this was a pretty fucking reasonable post. However, reasonable as it was, it failed miserably.
I feel RAFA detractors currently make the same type of mistakes when they argue Nadal won't win many slams in his thirties since that's a unique feat not many players have done in the past.