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Old 07-17-2010, 11:05 PM   #16
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murray is not going to win a slam imo and i also can't see federer winning another one. same goes to berdych and soderling.
murray will win many slams, most on hardcourt. he's gonna start at the this year's us open.

federer still has 2 GS in him, both at wimbledon.

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del potro might win another slam but surely not 5 within 3 years.
del potro's consistency while hitting those huge grounstrokes is amazing. only person i can see challenging him at all on hard is murray. can't see anyone but nadal being a challenge to him on clay in the future.

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nadal will win the most slams of all players in the next 2-3 years imo.
imo he'll only win at roland garros from now on.
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and you think fed will won 2011 and 2012 Wimbledon( i dont think so he can sneak up 1 but not 2 (unless nadal gets injured), murray is not the future of tennis he is in his prime now should have won gs by now he is not federer who matured late 3yrs from now maybe another player will be dominating, del potro let see about the effect of wrist injury(if he can recover on it and if he can recapture his game)

well since you put question mark on that its just your wish coz they are your favorite but one thing i will say a healthy nadal will win at least 2 slams next yr
federer had an injury at this year's wimbledon and he hasn't been in form this year at all. if he gets back in form and is healthy and fit he can win wimbledon again. murray and delpo are too good on hard, and nadal and delpo is too good clay.

murray hasn't gotten any slams because he met jesusfed in both finals. now that jesusfed isn't here anymore, he can win some.

delpo will recover from the wirst injury. won't be in his best form until next year though.

nadal will win 1 slam next year, and that'll be roland garros.
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Del potro will surely win much more than murray if he gets fit again.
they will both win 5 at least.
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But who will replace Federer and Nadal.

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del potro and murray will.
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Murray might win 1 or 2 slams but he's not and has never been "the future of tennis". Power hitters like Berdych and Soderling can destroy him right now and I don't think Murray's gonna improve much more, why should he?
Del Potro might win another slam but his level isn't that much higher than Soderling's. Delpo and Murray are NEVER going to dominate the tour Jesusfed style.
murray will improve, and he can take care of big hitters, all he needs to do is cut out errors and just be a little more aggressive.

del potro's level is way way higher than soderling's soderling is very very good, but he's a poor man's delpo. delpo will win many many more slams, is he improves on grass a lot, i can see him getting the career grand slam and maybe even a calendar slam.
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Old 07-17-2010, 11:12 PM   #17
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Old 07-17-2010, 11:26 PM   #18
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injury or not fed is getting old he can sneak a slam if he has a favorable draw but if he will not have a good result on hardcourt this summer and fall, he will be out of top 5 by next yr espcially if he cant defend his Australian Open points, fed is a family man of 29yrs of age by nxt yr he will not get better, age will catch up with him and he has lots of priority now being a family man, he is not Serena williams who can turn on his games only in GS while not playing in some tournaments ATP is not WTA lots of his pigeons and turkey are getting revenge and this will continue as he drop rank more dfficult draw for him in a GS tournament
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I wouldn't say the future but both will win a few slams with Del Potro winning a few more. Though others will win slams as well such as Nadal and Djokovic and perhaps even the likes of Soderling and Berdych could win some.
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murray will improve, and he can take care of big hitters, all he needs to do is cut out errors and just be a little more aggressive.

del potro's level is way way higher than soderling's soderling is very very good, but he's a poor man's delpo. delpo will win many many more slams, is he improves on grass a lot, i can see him getting the career grand slam and maybe even a calendar slam.
Whatever, kid. I won't try to reason with you, I just wanted to post my opinion.
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Predictions for every major through 2013...interesting. Of course, this could be a great bumped thread in a few years when he's dead on or when he's way off
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Predictions for every major through 2013...interesting. Of course, this could be a great bumped thread in a few years when he's dead on or when he's way off

Very dodgy to predict 3 years of slams much less theorizing so many coming primarily from a player who hasn't won any and from another whose main stroke is endangered by his current injury and has not yet returned.

And downplaying the current superstar in the bargain who finally seems to be managing himself more effectively (whom he picked to lose just a few weeks ago much less 3 years ago).

More like a wish-list than a prediction.

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Old 07-18-2010, 01:31 AM   #23
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Mine

2010: UO: Djokovic
2011: AO: Murray
2011: RG: Nadal
2011 Wim: Soderling
2011: UO: Soderling
2012: AO: Murray
2012: RG: Nadal
2012: Wim: Berdych
2012: UO: del Potro
2013: AO: Djokovic
2013: RG: Djokovic
2013: Wim: Soderling
2013: UO: Del Potro

I'm sure that's not right, a newcomer like Giraldo or Bellucci will get some
Also, I don't get why Murray will not burn up like Nadal He is every bit as defensive
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Very dodgy to predict 3 years of slams much less theorizing so many coming primarily from a player who hasn't won any and from another whose main stroke is endangered by his current injury and has not yet returned.

And downplaying the current superstar in the bargain who finally seems to be managing himself more effectively (whom he picked to lose just a few weeks ago much less 3 years ago).

More like a wish-list than a prediction.
I was just trying to be respectful of his opinion
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I was just trying to be respectful of his opinion
I hear you...I think an easier task would be to predict the predictors' predictions from their posts and signatures

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I hear you...I think an easier task would be to predict the predictors' predictions from their posts and signatures
so you think I'm being biased in my predictions?
well i'm not. both of these guys are the future of tennis.
both are amazing, still to reach their best.
multiple slams are ahead for both of them.
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so you think I'm being biased in my predictions?
well i'm not. both of these guys are the future of tennis.
both are amazing, still to reach their best.
multiple slams are ahead for both of them.
you are biased no need to sugarcoat it
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Short answer: yes, extremely. Particularly when it comes to assessing Murray generally.

Both are great players whom I generally quite enjoy watching but predicting so many slams for each 3 years out is ridiculous. Still more telling is to predict only 2 for the current #1 (which is indeed very much in line with your irrational evaluation of most things having to do with Nadal) who is nearly the same age as Murray.
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you are biased no need to sugarcoat it
i am not being biased at all
to suggest that any other player will replace nadal and federer is preposterous.
no other player will, only these 2.
as i've already said, these two will take over the tour.
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People forgetting nalbandian will win atleast 3 slams.
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