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Who will break their slam hump first if any?

  • Djokovic in Paris

    Votes: 14 60.9%
  • Murray in Australia

    Votes: 3 13.0%
  • both

    Votes: 4 17.4%
  • neither

    Votes: 2 8.7%
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To piggyback on my just posted last post. There are 4 choices. Simple enough
 

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Djokovic may win next year if Wawrinka won't be redlining as he did today.

Murray will be never as good to defeat Djoker in AO and they will probably decline together...
 

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He's back here again, and wouldn't you know it's Andy Murray standing in the way. Last year in Paris they went 5 sets despite Djokovic winning the first 2 sets.

If Djokovic doesn't win here and now, it'll never happen for him here. Same with Murray for infinitely more forgivable reasons.
 

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Really puzzled by the "both" option.
:scratch::scratch::scratch::scratch::scratch:

And 3 people voted for it?
:stupid::stupid::stupid::stupid::stupid:

How can they BOTH go through their AO and RG slumps first?
 

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Djokovic may win next year if Wawrinka won't be redlining as he did today.

Murray will be never as good to defeat Djoker in AO and they will probably decline together...
As I predicted, a Serb will conquer Paris and get finally that fucking Coupe des Mousquetaires. :grin2:

While the Scot will go home with the plate even after 2017 AO. :wink2:
 
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