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Old 09-02-2012, 03:42 AM   #58
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Default Re: Will Raonic win a grand slam in the future?

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Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave View Post
100%. he certainly will. he is still only what 20, 21. he will be in his prime in 4/5 years while the great players from today will have withered today. it is guranteed practically *unless he gets injured*, that Raonic will blast his way through a Wimbledon or US OPEN title. let's be realistic, his game will improve and as it stands now if the top 5 players (all of which who are a good deal older than him) were gone, Raonic would certainly have chances at a Grand Slam. it will happen, inevitable with that much firepower. if he got better at volleying and a bit faster he'd definitely have a Sampras like slam run at some point, and by that I mean one slam with similar quality, obviously he won't win a lot of them. I think 1 or 2, a few
Not really. Fire power a champion doesn't make. We've seen that many many times. It's far more mental to be a champion and we really haven't seen that and he's old enough by now it should have shown itself if it were there. And when you have to make a list of what needs to improve at this point, it's already probably a lost battle.

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