FAA is good from the baseline but I feel he needs that spark that even players like Cilic had at one point. He also needs to improve his mental strength as he’s 0-5 in finals but he’s not counted out though for sure.I agree. Maybe I’d add FAA to this list. The others are very unlikely to win a slam.
Honestly If Nadal and djoko want to play for the next 6 years till Federer age they can probably eat up 75% of the slams minimumThiem - very possible at RG.
Medvedev - already reached a final, too consistent of a game not to win one.
Tsitsipas - just too good of a player not to win one.
Shapovalov - don't think so, too bashy.
Rublev - see above.
Kyrgios - best peak of them all, question is if he can keep it up. I say no, but there's a chance.
FAA - not too familiar with him.
Khachanov - no chance, not that good of a player.
Zverev - has some little chance, for now going to say no.
Berrettini - fluke IMO. No.
He's been on the scene for 4 years and has done nothing in slamsIt's interesting to see that 50% see Shapo as hopeless. I think he's the most talented of the lot. A continuous smear is that he has a dumb (Zero IQ) game. I'd like to hear what that means to those that propose it. How are other players smarter?