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Old 01-11-2011, 08:02 PM   #9
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Default Re: Novak Djokovic: It's time for another Grand Slam

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Originally Posted by theKSHE View Post
It's possible but they will have to work a lot harder.
Nole had better preparations for this year's AO than the previous two years.

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Good chance at AO (20%) (30%-Nad 30%-Fed 10%-Murray 10%-Sod)

Small chance at RG (10%)(75%-Nad 10%-Sod 4%-Fed 1%-Monfils)

Very small chance at Wimbledon (5%)

Great chance at USO (25%)
I don't give Soderling much chance here, he never does that well in Australia.

Nole is just behind Nadal, and let's say Federer, for this AO.

If he keeps his form and plays his cards right he could be the top favourite for the USO, considering how well he's always done there. It's between him and Federer IMO.

Wimbledon, don't have much hopes.

RG, no chance of beating Nadal, other than that he could do very well.
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Match Point Novak needs to be immortalized in sculpture, like Michelangelo's David. I'm sure that once he's gone to tennis Valhalla, his statue will have his stones as the focal point of attention, and tennis fans will make a meccan-like pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime, in order to rub those lucky stones, like the budda's belly.
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