2005 appears to be Roger's best year. Struggling with a foot ailment that started before the AO he goes on to defend all but three of his titles so far. Misses Toronto and Gstaad and adds Cincy and Miami to his list of titles. And in the middle of the year he takes off 6 weeks to heal his ailing feet only to return and win two titles in a row. 2005 makes 2004 look like a walk in the park for Roger.megadeth said:'04 - 3 slams, 3 masters, 11 titles all in all, 70-6 W/L
'05 - 2 slams, 4 masters and coutning, 10 titles and counting. so far, 71-3 W/L
question is if fed surpasses the 11 titles this year, would his '05 be better even if he didn't win 3 slams?
that's probably the most impressive things he did this year.megadeth said:personally, i believe '05 is his best as well because he managed to live up to the hype of being the best even when people were downplaying him for failing to win the first 2 slams.
he really showed them who's still the boss.