How many slams will Djokovic win in 2012?

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How many slams will Djokovic win in 2012?

  1. 4

    5.6%
  2. 3

    16.7%
  3. 2

    55.6%
  4. 1

    22.2%
  1. 5555

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    What do you think?
     
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  2. All-rounder

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    No zero option??
    Anyways I say he has a shot at defending his USO.
     
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  3. clayman2000

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    I say he gets one more. Hes not winning the French, but I see him defending one of Wimby or the USO
     
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  4. jakemcclain32

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    He'll win Wimby. That's 2.

    That's it after that.
     
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  5. CourtlyLove

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    He's already won one...
     
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  6. MG1

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    He is not winning wimbledon or olympics on grass.

    he has slight chance at RG and good chance at USO.
     
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  7. jm1980

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    CYGS for Djoko.
     
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  8. jm1980

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    And who's going to stop him?
     
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  9. jdubbs

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    Brian Baker

    in 5, hard fought sets!
     
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  10. Cup8489

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    Federer, Nadal, Murray, Tsonga, etc...

    he's not that good on grass, last year was almost a fluke in the sense that he'd never showed any real prowess on it before winning the title.
     
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  11. jm1980

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    Federer lost 2 straight QFs in Wimby, it's been his worst slam in the last 2 years. I think QFs again is the furthest Roger will go this year.

    He beat both Tsonga and Nadal in 4 sets last year. And Nadal with relative ease.

    Don't know about Murray. They never met on grass but with his injury I don't see him going too far.
     
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  12. zagor

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    I don't think he'll win FO or Wimbledon but has a decent shot at USO, problem is if it doesn't turn out to be another Monday final he'll have to beat Fed and Nadal in back-to-back days in BO5 format (barring any upsets of course) to win the title which is a tough task.
     
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  13. ramos77

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    maybe the US, that's it
     
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  14. BHiC

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    John Isner will beat Nole at the French. Isner will win 7-6, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6, with no breaks of serve the entire match.
     
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    lol, good one. I'd prefer one more set ...
     
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