I'm not talking about the top 4 here, they're alright even tho Federer is almost 30 years old and Murray is a headcase. Look at the 6 top 10 players we have as of today: 5. Soderling 6. Ferrer 7. Berdych 8. Verdasco 9. Melzer 10. Monfils If it wasn't enough Mardy Fish comes next at 11 and Nicolas Almagro is at 12. The sad part is that the top 10 looked VERY strong just a year ago Look at the rankings from 2010 after the AO: 1. Federer 2. Djokovic 3. Murray 4. Nadal 5. Del Potro 6. Davydenko 7. Roddick 8. Soderling 9. Tsonga 10. Cilic It all sort of fell apart after that, Federer has been rather poor for his standards especially in Slams, Del Potro has been out for a full year and is only midway through his comeback, Davydenko has been total crap since then, same with Roddick with some small exceptions (hasn't played a Slam quarter for a year and 3 months), Cilic and his slump is a mistery for me. It looked back then that we're going to witness some great matches from the top 10 but it all fell apart. Anyone with me?