Best slam-winning chance atm?

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Who has the best slam-winning chance at the moment?

  1. Paradorn Srichiphan

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  2. Joachim Johansson

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  3. Tim Henman

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  4. Tommy Haas

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  5. Nicolas Kiefer

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  1. K!ck5w3rvE

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    Who do you think?
     
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  2. Max G.

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    Well, of those -

    Srichaphan's chances are near-zero
    So are Kiefer's.

    Joachim Johansson is young - hard to tell.
    Henman - he's always had a chance at Wimbledon, and a very good one.
    Haas - depends on how much more he'll come back from an injury.

    I've lost faith in Henman after this year's Wimby, and Joachim is still developing - I'll vote Haas... though Henman, IMO is a close second.

    Johansson might make a nice big jump over the off-season and prove me wrong, but might not.
     
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  3. Type40

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    Just curious but why no Safin in the poll?
    Of those listed it's got to be Henman.
     
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  4. I guess because he's already won one.
    Of those listed, it's got to be ... none! Only JJ maybe.
     
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  5. Camilio Pascual

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    At Oz, I would say Federer, Agassi, and Roddick in that order.
     
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  6. K!ck5w3rvE

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    I know who are the more realistic chances of winning, but I picked some guys around the same ranking/ability at this stage of their career just to see if ppl thought, for example, that Haas after surgery was better than an up-and-coming Johansson. If I wanted to be realistic I would have probably put Safin, Roddick, and maybe Fed.
     
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