Speaking of Hummels in a way
1-What do you make of Borussia Dortmund? (One of my favourite teams)
2-What do you make of Marco Reus? (one of my favourite players atm)
3-What do you make of Chelsea? (another one of my favourite teams)
4-If Del Po was to win 1 more slam, which slam would you want it to be?
5-When are you getting rid of your Ferrer AV
6-How far do you think Nishikori will go in his career?
1-I like them, although Bayern is my favorite German club. I love German football and the Bundesliga in general, I think it's the best league in Europe even though I'm not a fan of any club (in the same way that I am a Barca fan). Klopp has done amazing job at Dortmund, made them play some superb football, I'm very glad they are doing well in the Champions League this year unlike last year. I just hope their project can continue.
2-He's one of my favorite players too. I remember I was laughed at in BarcaForum when I put Reus in my team of the year in 2011 after his heroics saved Gladbach from near certain relegation. He surely has been proving me right, amazing player. I like him better than Goetze.
3-I greatly dislike Chelsea and everything they stand for. Eliminating Barca last year and then winning the CL only made me more bitter towards them
I'm generally not a fan of clubs like Chelsea, City, PSG..., and Chelsea's defensive football philosophy only further turns me off.
4-Roland Garros. He was a few points away of winning it in 2009 and I've always felt clay is the surface where his game is the most natural. I'd love him to win there before retiring, preferrably beating Nadal. That said, I'd be very happy with one more Slam for Delpo regardless of the venue; it'd be beyond amazing to win a Slam after all he's been through.
5-When Ferrer loses his next match, so hopefully Auckland and whatever Mickey Mouse tournament Ferrer plays before AO. A bet is a bet
6-It's hard to say; his potential is immense, but his body is too fragile
Assuming he can find a way to stay healthy for extended periods, I definitely think that winning a Slam is a possibility - he might not have the power or defensive ability you need to succeed in this era, but he is a brilliant returner and shotmaker off both wings. There's a reason he has a positive H2H against three of current top 8 players and has beaten Nole with a bagel too. Plus, he still has plenty of room to improve as he's still quite young.
I think that if he stays away from injury, he has a chance of going as high as becoming the sixth best player in the world in the next year - only the current top 4 and Del Potro are insurmountable for him at the moment. If he can improve his serve (he basically gets no free points) and execution from defensive positions, he could potentially challenge those guys. It all starts with remaining healthy though - that's the biggest challenge for Kei, even more so than for JMDP.