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this is what i think will happen:

he'll win thailand. then lose in davis cup, then win madrid, then win basel, then withdraw paris, then win shanghai...
 

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megadeth said:
this is what i think will happen:

he'll win thailand. then lose in madrid, then win basel, then withdraw paris, then win shanghai...
Might happen who knows
 

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I voted for none of them. In fact, I would not be at all surprised if he never lost another match in his career, except to Rafa on clay.
 

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Re: In which tournament will Federer be beaten first?

I mean the tournament which his still ongoing undefeated run (now 25) would end...
 

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LaTenista said:
I voted for none of them. In fact, I would not be at all surprised if he never lost another match in his career, except to Rafa on clay.
:lol:

Eh, the most likely are the indoor Masters, I think. Honestly, after the US Open, as long as he wins the Davis Cup matches against Britain (if he loses... :eek: ), I don't really care if he wins or loses. I'm hoping for Safin and Gasquet to get some good performances, mainly.
 

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to nadal on clay... that's the only possibility
 

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I can see him passing up on Thailand and Basel in which case he could go unbeaten for the rest of the year.
 

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R.Federer said:
Surprisingly, his indoor carpet record is not so good. He has lost in 2003 to some people ranked quite a bit lower, and then not played last year.

Maybe Indoor is the most chance?
not really.. his dominance hadn't really kicked off in 2003. since then (and I could be wrong) I think he's only lost once in an indoor to Henman in the QFs of Rotterdam last year? he did win it this year.
 

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Well the first option is out of the question, as if you asked Andy Murray about England's tie with the Swiss he'd give you a slap!
 
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