I mean, assuming there are no injuries this could be one of the most exciting grand slams in a while. Nadal will be extremely eager to show what he can do on rebound ace, and a match between him and Roger is about 50/50 IMO. Safin seems to play well at the Aus Open no matter what his form is like prior to the tournament. Andy Roddick has gotten a lot better at the latter parts of this year and has some of his old mojo back.
Tommy Haas usually plays well at the Aus Open too, and he could give it a shake. Lets not forget Marcos, hes capable of doing anything and might surprise everyone again. Heck we might even seen Gustavo Kuerten get a wildcard (and probably lose 1st round unfortunately). And to top it all of I'll be going to watch Ivanovic and Kirilenko play doubles
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