Originally Posted by Time Violation
Last year he lost to Ferrer, Raonic and Gasquet, so it's not like only Nole and Nadal can take him out. Dunno, he looks almost like he doesn't care much if he plays at all between Miami and Wimbledon
I think that could be down to disappointing ends to the last 3 AOs. It'll be interesting to see how he performs if he were to win tomorrow. He'll never be as good as Novak or Rafa on clay but he's still surely a contender with a bigger chance than people seem to be making out.