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Which event(s) will he win?

  • Halle

    Votes: 18 40.0%
  • Wimbledon

    Votes: 5 11.1%
  • Both

    Votes: 14 31.1%
  • Neither

    Votes: 8 17.8%
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He will beat Wawa on the practice courts of Wimbledon.
 

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Halle is an ATP 500 now. Fed's more likely to lose. A Grand Slam is too much for Fed to handle now.

A QF result is all I'm expecting this year for both.
 

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His backyard, or Halle. One of those 2.
 

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Rogie's good time of the year is coming up, Halle through World Tour Finals he does a lot of damage (49 of his 85 titles have come from Halle through the end of that calendar year). Therefore I think he'll win at least 1 of the 2 grass titles, maybe even both. I also think there's no way Rogie goes the rest of 2015 without a title. Rogie has won at least 1 title per year from Halle through the end of the calendar year since 2003 (2002 was the last time he didn't, so for 12 consecutive years now he has).
 

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Do you think his forehand has declined that much since 2014 Wimbledon, when he made the final and lost only 4-6 in the 5th and deciding set?
 

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Novak playing Halle this year? He doesn't have the stamina for bo5 anymore. Even with one of the most cakewalk draws last year he couldn't get it done. A semi final at Wimbledon would be a great result for him.
 

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Do you think his forehand has declined that much since 2014 Wimbledon, when he made the final and lost only 4-6 in the 5th and deciding set?
He was forehandless in the last Wimbledon but serve was very impressive. The draw until the final was quite easy and Novak totally outplayed him - should have won in 3-4. This year Murray is also back, i don't think Roger has big chances :sad:
 

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For me, 2015 W and USO are Rogie's last 2 chances of ever winning a grand slam, particularly W, and after that his grand slam total's going to stay the number that it is. Even winning too many Masters 1000's are down the drain too and it's down to the 500's and the 250's now.
 

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For me, 2015 W and USO are Rogie's last 2 chances of ever winning a grand slam, particularly W, and after that his grand slam total's going to stay the number that it is. Even winning too many Masters 1000's are down the drain too and it's down to the 500's and the 250's now.
Might be right about the Slams, Masters still very likely to happen. from the last 7 he playd, he won two and mad 3 more finals
 

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Taking 2010-2015 into account only (through FO of course) Rogie has 24 titles. Breaking them down there's 2 grand slams (2010 AO and 2012 W); 2 World Tour Finals (2010 and 2011); 7 Masters titles (2010 Cincinnati, 2011 Paris, 2012 Indian Wells, 2012 Madrid, 2012 Cincinnati, 2014 Cincinnati, and 2014 Shanghai); 7 500 titles (2010 Basel, 2011 Basel, 2012 Rotterdam, 2012 Dubai, 2014 Dubai, 2014 Basel, 2015 Dubai); and 6 250s (2010 Stockholm, 2011 Doha, 2013 Halle, 2014 Halle, 2015 Brisbane, and 2015 Istanbul).

Therefore 2010 (1 GS, 1 WTF, 1 Master, 1 500, and 1 250); 2011 (1 WTF, 1 Master, 1 500, and 1 250); 2012 (1 GS, 3 Masters, 2 500s); 2013 (1 250); 2014 (2 Masters, 2 500s, and 1 250); and 2015 (1 500 and 2 250s).

Analysis: Since 2012 no grand slams, since 2011 no world tour finals; 2014 was the last masters, but in 2015 we have 500s and 250s which he can certainly still win along with some Masters 1000s, it's the grand slams and world tour finals that he has stopped winning now.
 
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