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All of the players remaining have so much at stake...

Djokovic: career GS cementing his status as one of the greatest ever
Federer: First player to achieve a double career GS and furthers case as the GOAT
Murray: Can Clayray step up and delver against all odds? Undefeated as a married man and grabs 3rd GS
Nishikori: 1st Japanese player to win a slam...legendary status in home country. Becomes a bonafide star
Nadal: La decima. Defends home turf at Roland Garros, inches closer to GOAT status, and breaks tie with Sampras
Ferrer: Can a consummate professional ascend to greatness? A title would help validate a wonderful career
Wawrinka: A win would showcase his resolve after difficult personal matters and validate his place in the real "top 5" of tennis
Tsonga: Last French Player in the draw. Could he capitalize on a career full of potential and delight the home crowd?

I think the title would mean the most to Tsonga.

At the QF stage...I think the likelihood of winning is in this order

1.) Nole
2.) Nadal
3.) Federer
4.) Wawrinka
5.) Murray
6.) Nishikori
7.) Ferrer
8.) Tsonga
 

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When was the last time someone was in the QF of a slam and it wasn't much at stake? Just wondering.
 

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Yep theres alot on the line here. Especially for Djokovic. This could eirher destroy him or captapult him into goatville over the next 3 years.
 
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