Tough to not name Hewitt. Its gonna be like that now; it happened at Wimbledon, for example: if theres not a name strong enough to ROCK (yeah, in capitals, major rock ), its all Lleyton´s.
I´d be saying Guga if it wasnt for that bloody injury. He was on peak hard court form in Cincinnati, where he showed what he´s made of.
I´m also having high hopes for Moya. If he keeps that good form, there´s no reason why he can´t get good results.
Andy Roddick would be a name, wasnt for the fact that he´s facing some tough times.
Agassi can do some damage, and Federer too. Roger, btw, is still needing some more consistent results in a row, so thats a good chance.
Safin is on a wondeful season, and hard is his best, so Im still trusting he can have some very good tournaments.
By definition, hardcourts is the surface of returners. So it has to be one of Hewitt, Safin, Agassi. But deep inside I hope that we'll see the last of the best of another glorious returner - Kafelnikov.
We will continue to simulate the season with the second Grand Slam of 2020 - Roland Garros. The draw for the events will be completely randomized. Qualifiers are randomized as well and the WCs are chosen by me.
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Only Borg (x3), Dal (x2), Rogie (x1) and Rod Laver (x1) did it. Borg and Laver are the most impressive since the transition was from grass to clay, instead of a mere change in color (e.g. green to red).
In an interview to Stade 2 Rafa says:
"If you can compete safely, with the same possibilities for everyone, because we come from different parts of the world, and everyone can participate, I will be there. But today we must go with caution and responsibility to make the right decisions to...