Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by Smasher08, Jan 11, 2013.
You decide: which of these players is least likely to play more than one slam in 2013?
Toss-up between Nads and Sod imo.
Cult figure Rosol could be steered back into the wilderness by a lesser-known Scot in the AO first round, finding himself only half present in subsequent grand slam qualifiers, sitting at changeovers and mistaking the DecoTurf or clay beneath his feet for the greensward of Wimbledon's centre court, an arena he has never truly left in spirit, a place in which his legend was enshrined indelibly for posterity.
But most likely, Soderling will be the missing man of 2013, suffering his third successive annus horribilis.
Hewitt and Rosol are already in the main draw of the AO.
Depends if Soderling returns really...
Soderling.....Doubt he is ever coming back.
Sod... Rafa will play the 3 remaining GS IMO!
Soderling is more likely to show up to the remaining slams than Nadal is.
The answer to this is painfully obvious : Soderling
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