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Your top 5 favorites for Wimbledon

Topspindoctor
06-10-2012, 01:13 AM
IMO:

1)Nadal
2)Federer
3)Djokovic
4)Berdych
5)Tsonga

4-5 are interchangable

Pushray gets an honorable mention, but seeing it as it's his home slam, he'll collapse to pressure.

BroTree123
06-10-2012, 01:15 AM
IMO:

1) Roddick
2) Roddick
3) Roddick
4) Roddick
5) Roddick

:rocker2:

Topspindoctor
06-10-2012, 01:17 AM
IMO:

1) Roddick
2) Roddick
3) Roddick
4) Roddick
5) Roddick

:rocker2:

True story. Just has to avoid Lu and he's a true favorite :yeah:

Slade
06-10-2012, 01:17 AM
1. Andrey Golubash
2. Nadal
3. Djokovic
4. Federer
5. Berdych/Tsonga

50. Roddick

Chase Visa
06-10-2012, 01:17 AM
1. Nadal
2. Federer
3. Tsonga
4. Berdych
5. Djokovic

leng jai
06-10-2012, 01:19 AM
Two of them are playing in the first round of Halle. It will be a nice preview for the Wimbledon final.

BauerAlmeida
06-10-2012, 01:20 AM
1-Berlocq
2-Federer
3-Djokovic
4-Nadal
5-Tsonga

romismak
06-10-2012, 01:23 AM
I would say it should be something like this:

1st tier of favorites- Rafa, Roger, Nole - in no order - just 3 biggest favorites
2nd tier of favorites - Murray, Tsonga, Berdych-in no order - those 3 can win and have chance for sure

Other than this nobody has chance - those 6 guys i think should be in QF, if something unpredictable wont´happen those 6 should be in QF and than draw will be important who will play who.

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 01:23 AM
1. Rogie
2. Rafa
3. Djokovic
4. Mugray
5. Tsonga/Berdych/Everyone Else

Mark Lenders
06-10-2012, 01:28 AM
1-Whoever wins tomorrow
2-Whoever loses tomorrow
3-Tsonga
4-Federer
5-Berdych

Tsonga at 3 is just a feeling, can't really explain it but I feel he's going on a tear this year on grass.

Fireballer
06-10-2012, 01:32 AM
1. Nadal
2. Federer
3. Tsonga
4. Berdych
5. Djokovic

quality list putting 5 time GS champion and defending Wimbledon champion after mugs like Tsonga and Berdych...Stop posting

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 01:33 AM
I could see Tsonga beating Mugray in the Queen's Club finals. However, I do NOT see Tsonga winning Wimbledon or the Olympics. Especially at Wimbledon, to win he'd likely have to get by three big names in best of 5 set matches (i.e. Djokovic QF, Rogie SF, and Rafa F). That's just too much to ask of anyone to do, just ask Berdych (2010 W, beat Rogie in the QF and Djokovic in the SF, but got walloped by Rafa in the F).

BroTree123
06-10-2012, 01:34 AM
True story. Just has to avoid Lu and he's a true favorite :yeah:

Don't forget Lopez as well. He didn't even take a set :scared:

leng jai
06-10-2012, 01:36 AM
Top 3 in rankings are the top 3 favourites. They actually know how to seal the deal in the slams which is far more important than the how conducive their games are to the surface. Sure it's possible for Tsonga and Berdych to win it, but would anyone be confident enough to place any significant wager on them? They are bound to screw at some stage before the final.

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 01:44 AM
For Tsonga or Berdych to win they have to get by three big names to win it (i.e. Djokovic in the QF, Rogie in the SF, and Rafa in the F). Djokovic, Rafa, Rogie, and Mugray have to get by two big names (Mugray the least of the big names here with 0 GS titles to his name). Examples: Djokovic (Rogie/Mugray and Rafa), Rafa (Rogie/Mugray and Djokovic), Rogie (Rafa or Djokovic, and Rafa, Djokovic, or Mugray), and Mugray (Rafa or Djokovic and Rafa, Djokovic, or Rogie). This makes it virtually impossible for Tsonga or Berdych to win a GS. How Johnny Mac did it in the 1980 USO is amazing (QF 4 sets over Lendl, SF 5 sets over Connors, and F 5 sets over Borg).

Chase Visa
06-10-2012, 01:44 AM
My list was more base on who I feel can win rather than who's the most likely to remain standing.

Djoker probably won't win again, unless he can beat Nadal tonight. Yes he won't lose early, whereas Tsonga and Berdych might. But they're dark horses for a reason. Djoker will make the QF/SF, but probably not much further.

Mark Lenders
06-10-2012, 01:49 AM
One problem for Tsonga and Berdych is that they might face Del Potro in R4 (like Tomas did in Paris). Although Juan kind of sucks on the surface, he will still probably beat those two on the surface; although they are better grasscourters, they don't have the skillset to exploit what makes grass such a bad surface for Del Potro.

They will probably let the match turn into a baseline power contest, and there's only one winner there, regardless of surface. Tsonga could maybe win since he has a great serve and is great at the net, could run away from the baseline power contest. Tomas would almost certainly lose though.

Really hope those two avoid Del Potro in R4, because they will probably lose and they have a chance to do damage in the latter stages while Del Potro doesn't (on this surface).

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 01:51 AM
I agree that Berdych and Tsonga really being darkhorses. I also agree that Djokovic will not win Wimbledon in 2012. However, I would swap Rafa and Rogie (Rogie 1st, Rafa 2nd). The one thing I remember in the 2011 Wimbledon final was just how badly Djokovic walloped Rafa (6-4 6-1 1-6 6-3 in just 2 hours and 28 minutes, and also Rafa is just 2-3 in Wimbledon finals, 1-1 in Australian Open finals, and only 1-1 in U.S. Open finals). This means so far Rafa is just 4-5 in non French Open grand slam finals and so far 6-0 in French Open finals (either 6-1 or 7-0 after tomorrow). Take away the FO and Rafa is only so-so.

Edda
06-10-2012, 01:52 AM
Rafa, Nole, Roger-I couldn't name five. I wouldn't know what other two to add.

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 01:55 AM
I'm with you there: Mugray, Tsonga, Ferrer, Berdych, Del Potro, etc., none of them stand a chance of winning it.

Fireballer
06-10-2012, 01:56 AM
I agree that Berdych and Tsonga really being darkhorses. I also agree that Djokovic will not win Wimbledon in 2012. However, I would swap Rafa and Rogie (Rogie 1st, Rafa 2nd). The one thing I remember in the 2011 Wimbledon final was just how badly Djokovic walloped Rafa (6-4 6-1 1-6 6-3 in just 2 hours and 28 minutes, and also Rafa is just 2-3 in Wimbledon finals, 1-1 in Australian Open finals, and only 1-1 in U.S. Open finals). This means so far Rafa is just 4-5 in non French Open grand slam finals and so far 6-0 in French Open finals (either 6-1 or 7-0 after tomorrow). Take away the FO and Rafa is only so-so.

take away French Opens and Djoker has more Slams than Rafa LOL(given that he also doesnt have RG)

rocketassist
06-10-2012, 01:58 AM
1 Starace
2 Monaco
3 Davydenko
4 Zeballos
5 Berlocq

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 02:04 AM
Exactly. Rogie is 15-3 in non-French Open grand slam finals (4-1 at the AO, 6-1 at W, and 5-1 at the USO), however he's 16-7 overall in grand slam finals because of being only 1-4 at the FO (ALL at the expense of Rafa: 2009 beat Sodie, but 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2011 Rogie lost to Rafa in the F). Rogie's numbers are truly awesome even if you take away his worst GS (15-3 vs. 16-7), but Rafa if you take away his best grand slam is only 4-5 vs. 10-5 (6-0 at the FO, but either 6-1 or 7-0 after tomorrow).

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 02:13 AM
Also, take away Rogie's best (Wimbledon) and he's still 10-6 overall (4-1 AO, 1-4 FO, 5-1 USO), whereas Rafa is just 4-5 overall if you take away his best GS, the FO. This is what separates a G.O.A.T. from an all-time great.

Mark Lenders
06-10-2012, 02:26 AM
Also, take away Rogie's best (Wimbledon) and he's still 10-6 overall (4-1 AO, 1-4 FO, 5-1 USO), whereas Rafa is just 4-5 overall if you take away his best GS, the FO. This is what separates a G.O.A.T. from an all-time great.

Absurd post. Losing finals > not reaching finals.

Are you telling me that if Rafa had never lost a final and were 10-0 in finals, he'd be greater than he is now?

Let's not be ridiculous here. 16-20 is a better record than 16-7, because it means you reached more finals.

Gagsquet
06-10-2012, 02:36 AM
Gasquet for the win ahahahhlolololotrolololhihiahah

Bayyyy
06-10-2012, 02:51 AM
1.Nadal
2.Djokovic
3.Murray
4.Federer
5.Tsonga/Berdych/Gasquet

J99
06-10-2012, 03:30 AM
1) Djokovic
2) Nadal
3) Berdych
4) Murray
5) Federer

156mphserve
06-10-2012, 03:39 AM
1. Djokovic
2. Federer
3. Tsonga
4. Nadal
5. Berdych

156mphserve
06-10-2012, 03:43 AM
Absurd post. Losing finals > not reaching finals.

Are you telling me that if Rafa had never lost a final and were 10-0 in finals, he'd be greater than he is now?

Let's not be ridiculous here. 16-20 is a better record than 16-7, because it means you reached more finals.

I think it's got more to do with GS won. Like he said Take Nadal's best away and he's 4-5, that's only 4 GS, take fed's away and he's 10-6, that's 10 GS, no matter how many they lost, without their best Slam Fed has more because he's been better at all the slams.

Rafa needs to start winning slams other than RG

Mjau!
06-10-2012, 03:54 AM
Rafa
Rogi
Thomas
Jo
Andy

theseth1119
06-10-2012, 03:58 AM
I think it's got more to do with GS won. Like he said Take Nadal's best away and he's 4-5, that's only 4 GS, take fed's away and he's 10-6, that's 10 GS, no matter how many they lost, without their best Slam Fed has more because he's been better at all the slams.

Rafa needs to start winning slams other than RG

Yes this is all true. The two are close if you take away their worst grand slams (Rafa is 8-2 and Rogie is 15-3), but if you take away their best grand slam each Rogie is 10-6 and Rafa is only 4-5. This makes Rafa so heavily loaded in one grand slam, Rogie has appeared in 23 grand slam finals (5 AOs, 5 FOs, 7 Ws, and 6 USOs), which is fairly well balanced overall. However, Rafa in his 16 grand slam apperances (including tomorrow's FO) has been in 2 AOS, 7 FOs, 5 Ws, and 2 USOs. He doesn't appear in too many hard court grand slam finals, mainly clay courts and grass courts only. Rafa will either be 10-6 or 11-5 after tomorrow, but wow, just wow, he'd be like 11-5 or 10-6 overall and Rogie is 10-6 in just AOs, FOs, and USOs alone (4-1, 1-4, and 5-1). Rogie is also 6-1 in Wimbledons. Point is, Rogie's the better overall player pound-for-pound, surface-for-surface. This is what separates Rogie and Rafa, Rogie is the G.O.A.T., whereas Rafa is an all-time great.

tripwires
06-10-2012, 04:23 AM
IMO:

1) Roddick
2) Roddick
3) Roddick
4) Roddick
5) Roddick

:rocker2:

Best post in this thread. :bowdown:

156mphserve
06-10-2012, 04:30 AM
IMO:

1) Roddick
2) Roddick
3) Roddick
4) Roddick
5) Roddick

:rocker2:

are these 5 new Roddick's related to Andy?:D

AntiTennis
06-10-2012, 06:14 AM
1.Roger
2.Nadal
3.Djokovic
4.Berdych
5.Murray

BroTree123
06-10-2012, 06:54 AM
are these 5 new Roddick's related to Andy?:D

Yep. They are Serve, Forehand, Footwork, Backhand and Approach-Shot respectively.

Hensafmurrafter
06-10-2012, 07:03 AM
1. Nadal
2. Djokovic
3. Murray
4. Federer
5. Tsonga

Hensafmurrafter
06-10-2012, 07:26 AM
Actually...

1.Nadal
2.Djokovic






3.Murray
4.Federer






























5.Tsonga

emotion
06-10-2012, 09:02 AM
Will change if Novak wins today but
1 Nadal
2 Federer
3 Djokovic
4 Tsonga
5 Murray
Berdych is close.

Allez
06-10-2012, 09:05 AM
1.Nadal
2.Djokovic
3.Murray
4.Federer
5.Tsonga/Berdych/Gasquet

+ 1

Moozza
06-10-2012, 09:10 AM
Nadal
Djokovic
Murray
Federer
Tsonga


Some people massively overrating Berdych and Tsonga.

Chase Visa
06-10-2012, 09:11 AM
Siro people think Muzza has a better chance than Fed?

He's been playing like shit recently.

I can understand Djokovic as it's 5 sets and Wimbledon plays rather slowly (or at least the major courts), but Murray?

Federer in 2
06-10-2012, 09:19 AM
Top 3 are favorite for all slams.

1. + 2. Federer/Nadal
3.Djokovic



4.Murray











5.Berdych

Allez
06-10-2012, 09:19 AM
Siro people think Muzza has a better chance than Fed?

He's been playing like shit recently.

I can understand Djokovic as it's 5 sets and Wimbledon plays rather slowly (or at least the major courts), but Murray?

Federer has not gone past the quarter finals at Wimbledon since 2009.

Chase Visa
06-10-2012, 09:25 AM
Federer has not gone past the quarter finals at Wimbledon since 2009.

While that is true, he's still won here 6 times. And he's still playing better than in 2010/2011. Murray hasn't. I have more confidence in Federer winning here than Murray.

henke007
06-10-2012, 09:30 AM
Djokovic
Federer
Berdych
Nadal
Tsonga

Moozza
06-10-2012, 09:32 AM
Siro people think Muzza has a better chance than Fed?

He's been playing like shit recently.

I can understand Djokovic as it's 5 sets and Wimbledon plays rather slowly (or at least the major courts), but Murray?

Yeah and Federer has been in great form recently, losing a set to Mahut on clay is a promising sign!

And Murray hasn't been playing like shit. You seem to be forgetting that clay is his worst surface by a long way so a QF at RG is a good result for him. Murray is a much better grass player than clay, you can expect him to be back to his very best again.

Also can anyone give me a good reason as to why they think Tsonga and Berdych have a better chance than Murray?

Fireballer
06-10-2012, 09:34 AM
Nadal
Djokovic
Murray
Federer
Tsonga


Some people massively overrating Berdych and Tsonga.

says the guy that put Murray ahead of Federer

Top 3 are favorite for all slams.

1. + 2. Federer/Nadal
3.Djokovic



4.Murray










5.Berdych


hey dude wake up Fed is never above Djokovic in favorites for the Slams :wavey:

henke007
06-10-2012, 09:35 AM
Yeah and Federer has been in great form recently, losing a set to Mahut on clay is a promising sign!:facepalm:

And Murray hasn't been playing like shit. You seem to be forgetting that clay is his worst surface by a long way so a QF at RG is a good result for him. Murray is a much better grass player than clay, you can expect him to be back to his very best again.

Also can anyone give me a good reason as to why they think Tsonga and Berdych have a better chance than Murray? They can produce a shitload of winners and aces :wavey:

Moozza
06-10-2012, 09:40 AM
They can produce a shitload of winners and aces :wavey:

They can also get knocked out in R3 by Nishikori or whatever.

Murray is simply a better player than both of them on grass, he is clearly in top 4 favorites for this tournament.

born_on_clay
06-10-2012, 12:56 PM
1. Nadal
2. Federer
3. Djokovic
4. Murray
5. Berdych

misty1
06-10-2012, 02:06 PM
its hard to look past nadal, federer and djokovic

when i think of guys that could possibly challenge i think of berdych, tsonga and murray and thats about it.

shiaben
06-10-2012, 02:13 PM
1) Nadal
2) Djokovic
3) Federer
4) Tsonga
5) Berdych

isner-fan
06-10-2012, 02:47 PM
1) Djokovic
2) Nadal
3) Federer
4) Murray
5) Isner (yes, John won against Federer and Djokovic this year, and the grass is the best for his serve, so why not?)

J99
06-10-2012, 06:58 PM
Yeah and Federer has been in great form recently, losing a set to Mahut on clay is a promising sign!

And Murray hasn't been playing like shit. You seem to be forgetting that clay is his worst surface by a long way so a QF at RG is a good result for him. Murray is a much better grass player than clay, you can expect him to be back to his very best again.

Also can anyone give me a good reason as to why they think Tsonga and Berdych have a better chance than Murray?

Recent performances maybe.:shrug:

TigerTim
06-10-2012, 07:01 PM
Recent performances maybe.:shrug:

Roland Garros

Berdych - R4
Tsonga - QF
Murray - QF

This year;

Murray, a Slam SF/QF a Masters F and a 500 F 250 win
Berdych, Slam R4/QF a Masters F and a Masters SF couple of finals and 250 win
Tsonga, what has he done? tonne of Masters QF

:shrug:

Andi-M
06-10-2012, 07:07 PM
It all depends how RG pans out if Novak wins i'll say

1. Novak
2. Federer
3. Rafa
4. Murray
5. Berdych - would have said Tsonga but emotionally may still be deflated after Rg.

If rafa wins

1. Rafa
2. Djokovic
3. Federer
4. Murray
5. Berdych

If final dosent finish till tuesday I'd say things look better for Federer/Murray - as the other 2's grass preparations will be altered, and the mental effect of such an epic encounter could really deflate the loser.

J99
06-10-2012, 08:58 PM
Roland Garros

Berdych - R4
Tsonga - QF
Murray - QF

This year;

Murray, a Slam SF/QF a Masters F and a 500 F 250 win
Berdych, Slam R4/QF a Masters F and a Masters SF couple of finals and 250 win
Tsonga, what has he done? tonne of Masters QF

:shrug:

Yes, but did Murray even have a sniff vs. Ferrer, no, Tsonga came oh so close to beating Nole though, as for Berdych, I think his major performances are nothing to be negative about, he did well, on grass he'll do even better.

Nearco
06-10-2012, 09:19 PM
Djokovic
Nadal
Murray
Federer
Tsonga

superslam77
06-10-2012, 09:27 PM
1.djokovic,2.nadal,3.federer,4.berdych,5.murray
and more: 6.tsonga,7.del potro,8.isner,9.raonic

ossie
06-10-2012, 10:30 PM
delpo
djoker
nadal
tsonga
fed

Nearco
06-10-2012, 11:20 PM
Delpo is one of my favourite players but he won't win Wimbledon as long as I have a hole in my arse.

Looner
06-11-2012, 12:06 AM
Nadal
Djoker
Murray
Federer
Tsonga

rocketassist
06-11-2012, 12:08 AM
delpo
djoker
nadal
tsonga
fed

funny how you continue to do this even though you look like an arse every single time.

Del GOATro
06-11-2012, 12:45 AM
funny how you continue to do this even though you look like an arse every single time.

Some people never learn. Its just like Murray's fans expecting him to win a slam again and again.

Delpo is one of my favourite players but he won't win Wimbledon as long as I have a hole in my arse.

He gave a credible effort against Rafa Sanchez Vicario last year but this does seem like the least likely slam for him. Its not like he'll be healthy anyway.

Tsonga and Berdych are the likely outsiders; hopefully one of them can break up the monotony.

rocketassist
06-11-2012, 12:55 AM
Some people never learn. Its just like Murray's fans expecting him to win a slam again and again.

Who 'expects' him to win one?

Not surprised you've got a red bar already. Delpotards never learn to be quiet.

Mark Lenders
06-11-2012, 01:00 AM
Well, much to the joy of Murray fans, Murray should definitely beat Del Potro if they face at Wimbledon. Juan's movement on grass is like an elephant on ice and he can't deal with the low bounce at all.

I could see him maybe beat Nadal or Djokovic on the surface if he's in top form and fully healthy, but Murray should really slice him to death. Unless some unexpected improvements in his grasscourt game and movement suddenly show up, Del Potro is definitely not winning Wimbledon, he'll lose to the first player who is capable to exploit his movement on the surface and inability to deal with low bounces.

BauerAlmeida
06-11-2012, 01:26 AM
Well, much to the joy of Murray fans, Murray should definitely beat Del Potro if they face at Wimbledon. Juan's movement on grass is like an elephant on ice and he can't deal with the low bounce at all.

I could see him maybe beat Nadal or Djokovic on the surface if he's in top form and fully healthy, but Murray should really slice him to death. Unless some unexpected improvements in his grasscourt game and movement suddenly show up, Del Potro is definitely not winning Wimbledon, he'll lose to the first player who is capable to exploit his movement on the surface and inability to deal with low bounces.

Agree, but I think he'll reach the QF (and loose there probably).

Considering in 2009 he only reached the 2nd round and was playing his best tennis and last year coming back from the injury he reached the 4R and gave Nadal a hard time I think he improved a LOT in the surface, but no way he is wining this.

Avi14
06-17-2012, 06:46 PM
1)Djokovic
2)Nadal
3)Federer
4)Tsonga
5)Murray

manadrainer
06-17-2012, 06:48 PM
1) Nadal (impressive during clay season)
2) Djokovic
3) Federer (if he gets his shit together, not like today)
4) Murray
5) berdych/tsonga

Hian-GOAT
06-17-2012, 07:20 PM
1. Montanes
2. Di Mauro
3. Golding
4. Volandri
5. Lorenzi

Orka_n
06-17-2012, 08:07 PM
1. Norris
2. Fognini
3. Berlocq
4. Hernandez (out of retirement, receives WC)
5. Golubev

ossie
06-17-2012, 08:21 PM
funny how you continue to do this even though you look like an arse every single time.
you still have doubts about delpo? i suggest you watch usopen 2009 again to refresh your memory about what a healthy delpo can do. you will see that his power alone is reason enough to make him one of the favourites to win in any tournament he enters.

rocketassist
06-17-2012, 08:36 PM
you still have doubts about delpo? i suggest you watch usopen 2009 again to refresh your memory about what a healthy delpo can do. you will see that his power alone is reason enough to make him one of the favourites to win in any tournament he enters.

This is Wimbledon and this is grass. Not to mention he isn't #1 favourite for any tournament.

henke007
06-17-2012, 08:38 PM
Nalbandian

ossie
06-17-2012, 09:07 PM
This is Wimbledon and this is grass. Not to mention he isn't #1 favourite for any tournament.delpo can play on grass, he barely lost to nadal last year who has won wimbledon twice.

duong
06-18-2012, 08:18 AM
Nadal
Djokovic
Berdych
Murray
Raonic

Tsonga would have been number 3 or 4, probably 3, if not injured

henke007
06-18-2012, 08:54 AM
Nadal
Djokovic
Berdych
Murray
Raonic

Tsonga would have been number 3 or 4, probably 3, if not injured

:lol:

Nole fan
06-18-2012, 06:28 PM
Top 3 in rankings are the top 3 favourites. They actually know how to seal the deal in the slams which is far more important than the how conducive their games are to the surface. Sure it's possible for Tsonga and Berdych to win it, but would anyone be confident enough to place any significant wager on them? They are bound to screw at some stage before the final.

Quite a lucid post. :yeah:

Revan
06-18-2012, 06:56 PM
Oh well. NASA did such a great job for US tennis in the past, but I don't know if it's the right way now to manufacture the Roddick 1.x in series. To me that sounds like they were not able to improve the quality sufficiently for a 2.0 version and try to compensate that by quantity means. I have my doubts whether they will get away with that.
Has the Isner already turned into a phase-out model? It featured an improved serve and several bug fixes (on-court behavior etc.) over the Roddick. However, the Isner apparently still doesn't return enough profit. Development has reached an impasse here, it seems.

:worship:

Stephan
06-18-2012, 07:19 PM
Cilic ....
rest will be disqualified :haha:

Sapeod
06-18-2012, 07:47 PM
As usual:

Nadal
Djokovic
Federer/Murray

Tsonga and Berdych get mentions. Nobody else has any sort of chance.

Jimnik
06-20-2012, 09:38 PM
According to the markets:

1. Djokovic
2. Nadal
3. Federer
4. Murray
5. Tsonga
6. Raonic
7. Berdych
8. Del Potro
9. Isner
10. Haas

http://sports.betfair.com/Index.do?mi=104767674&ex=1&origin=MRL

Jimnik
06-20-2012, 09:42 PM
Djoker is the only one who didn't play a grass warm up event but still favourite. Goes to show the state of grass tennis these days. Then again Borg rarely played them so maybe it was always like this.

Navratil
06-21-2012, 07:14 AM
Easy: Top 5 in the rankings

Nole fan
06-21-2012, 11:22 AM
Djoker is the only one who didn't play a grass warm up event but still favourite. Goes to show the state of grass tennis these days. Then again Borg rarely played them so maybe it was always like this.

He's playing Boodles. :shrug:

Corey Feldman
06-21-2012, 11:29 AM
topspin only started this thread so he could make a top 5 without Murray

guy is a despicable and sad poster