Everyone has a favorite prediction this time of the year, when possibility trumps reality because everything and anything is possible in the future, whereas its hard to defend reality as it happens. Take Murray for example. All year and even late last year, he was being trumpeted as the next non-Roger-Rafa slam winner. We're back to square 1 again with fellow Adidas endorsee, one retired Mr.Agassi, throwing his hat in the Murray ring. So I thought I'd come up with some "un-predictions" if you will, sort of like, I'm not going to change my stand unless something changes in reality. So here it goes, 1. Until Murray actually wins one, he's still just a "talent" Wilander said it first and I will borrow his thought here because I whole heartedly agree. That's not saying Murray's not talented or capable, but let's actually learn something from last year and not blow that horn too much. 2. Until Roger starts losing before semis in Slams, he's not "done" Its surprising that even after featuring in all 4 slam finals, winning 2 and losing the other 2 in 5 sets, Roger is somehow not dominating or will go away overnight because he's a dad etc etc. Fed haters need to stop smoking whatever it is they're smoking if they think he's not got what it takes anymore. 3. Until I see Nadal in a wheelchair, I won't believe his career is done-in by injury Yes, he may have been injured, but he's come back and he'll continue to be there no matter what people think - Nadal deniers for thinking he'll fade away and *******s for constantly using his injuries as an excuse. The reality is that while he may not have come back and started winning tournaments, he's still around and at number 2. He's been injured before and come back pretty strong. So not buying the injured-and-out theory. ....you can add your own.