I've said it before, and I'll say it again - just wait and see if Raf is indeed capable of beating all those so-called 'mugs' in his half of the draw.
Not just that - isn't whining about a draw a bit 'tardish'?
It's like that with draws - you win some, you lose some. And how often did it not happen that everyone said Raf had a relatively easy draw (USO 2007 comes to mind), where every 'serious' contender seemed to get beaten before meeting Raf, ending up with Rafa being defeated by someone that no-one ever expected that particular player to be capable of?
If Roger shows up in Paris - note the word IF - I'm sure he'll have to play his best to overcome his opponents. But isn't THAT what we all want a genuine champion to be able to do? (same goes for Raf in this respect - IF he manages to win Paris, I can see all those "Cupcake Draw"-comments coming up real fast...
i dont mind nadal getting to the wimbledon final because he really is a good player on grass, but indoors he is really just above average.
True. At least you are able to indeed admit he's a (very) good competetor on grass. That makes me happy, to say the least.