His best might be, but I doubt he can keep his best up for long periods any more. He'll probably do pretty good at a number of bigger events thanks to his experience, and gain a pretty fine number of points on QF appearances in some slams and TMS. That should keep him inside the top 20 but probably not consistently not as high as top 10.
It'd be good for the game if someone with his great fighting spirit could join in top 5. But I don't feel his game is enough these days. My five cents.
Thanks for your opinion~ you make some good points, if what you say is true then I`ll have to face the facts but it`ll be very disappointing
Anyway 2007 is shaping up as make or break time for Hewitt
~~> Either he gets it together & makes his presence felt again or falls off the radar!