If he was focused the same way against the lower ranked opponents as he is against the big guns then yes.
Sadly I think the motivation, focus he showed against Nadal will not be present in the earlier couple rounds and that's where he'll lose out. But on the bright side he showed last night what he is capable of on clay. I haven't seen that from him in nearly 3 years.
BIG 4 AT GRAND SLAMS (between them): Federer:12-15 or 44% Djokovic:11-17 or 39% Murray: 5-14 or 26% RAFAEL NADAL:25-7 or 78% A true G.O.A.T owns the best of the best. 14
I think he can hurt any from Nadal (current for), Djokovic, Wawrinka and Federer but beating more than one of them which he'd probably have to do? I doubt it.
Originally Posted by Cloren
I always speak the truth though, and when I say it's not because of you, it's because it's not. I never lie. My mom has taught me to never lie because it's bad, that's why I'm always honest. one needs to have integrity, that's the most important human virtue imo.
Last edited by underspin : 05-17-2014 at 03:18 PM.
Murraytards' delusion never ceases to baffle me. He has no chance of winning RG so he is not a dark horse. He can make a decent run however. He did well in Rome.
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