Really Angiel?? I wouldnt have guessed it, i mean theres nobody completley dominating right now is there
... hehe, I mean to be fair hes very very talented but when Hewitt can also beat any player in the world I think it says alot. Its also funny that the players considered to be the most talented, or just plain TOUGH, are the ones who can actually come into the net every so often and do something useful.
You know the tennis world would LOVE IT. But I THINK ITS IMPOSSIBLE, at least 99.99% impossible because remeber Pete Burnt out from tennis, he got frustrated lots around 97/98 and onwards and found the tour too boring and repetitive, and yet he kept pushing, the number 1 ranking was what burnt him out the most and yes he was burnt out trust me Angiel, but he just kept goin so he could break the all time GS record, and he kept on going just because he wanted to find a reason to keep playing.
I dont think he would ever be motivated enough to come back and play, plus clay is extremley tough on the body and gives a severe disadvantage to serve volleyers, so Pete would have to play the All court game of the young pete. He would have to play baseline on return and serve volley on serve like the very very young pete did at uso 90, and even up till 96 I believe he was like that somewhat, but his backhand was a strength in his very early days and was starting to be exposed in 95/96. I dont know if he has to stamina either, so he would have to do "conditioning training" to build great endurance, plus his sickness, so he has to work even harder. He will need more motivation than it took to remain year end number 1 for those final few years, and tougher than when he won the USO in 96, if u combine all that determination then he will come back and win the french. Because he had the perfect ending in his eyes, at the 02 USO, Laver threw the coin for the finals and he beat his old rival after such a dry spell and being counted down and out.