Federer's totally lost it on clay, sadly. He struggles vs mugs on clay in BO3 these days. In BO5 vs Novak he's a massive underdog. Nishikori and Wawrinka are far more likely to beat him IMO.I'd say Federer.
Nishikori and Wawrinka could also do it. They've beaten him in Grand Slams before and both like clay.
Other than that... unlikely.
If I was one to find excuses I wouldn't have Faker in my avatar. Not sure about you though rutinos har - I mean Tutsi Frutsi.Nothing is stopping Djokovic from winning RG, but also nothing is stopping you from finding an excuse to avoid the ban bet :haha::angel:
Peak Federer hasn't showed up in 8 years....just like YodaKnowsBest hasn't ever since I exposed him(see signature) asking for screenshots :bigwave:You can never guess which Federer will show up like in 2011. If peak Federer shows up once again Djokovic better prepare his B+ or A game.
Everyone knows what you are aiming for. If I release those screenshots I will be banned for Violation of privacy. Don't bother me again fangirl.Peak Federer hasn't showed up in 8 years....just like YodaKnowsBest hasn't ever since I exposed him(see signature) asking for screenshots :bigwave:
Surprise element in a slam SFPossibly Nishikori, but even he is overrated and was soundly beaten by Djoker in their last 2 meetings - Paris Indoors and London WTF's.
He won't have the surprise element he had in NY, and Djoker is not underdone but primed for this one.
More risk of a hard hitter redlining it for one match, that could bring him undone, but even then unlikely.
Can't see him losing his focus or losing this one now.