Who will do best at Wimbledon?

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  1. koslav85

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    Del Potro, Nalbandian, Davydenko, or Gulbis :shock:. Neither of them are great on grass, how about Nalby takes out Fed, :shock:
     
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    I can do best at wimbledon. just need a wild card.
     
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    It would be pretty cool to see Nalby go far, don't see it happening though, his fitness and consistency are as bad as Lleyton's.
     
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    keep your mancrush to yourself..
     
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    hahaha, but if everyone did that, would this place even exist?
     
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    Del Potro should at least make 2R. Rochus he could beat, similar with Simon I guess although JMDPs grass weakness is farily well documented. Nadal should be too good though so tops 4R.
    Nalbandian has Reister, then Serra/Haider-Maurer - none of them look too dangerous. Fed is in 3R though, so he won't go further than that.
    Davydenko starts with a qualifier, so he should win that. But we know how RG went for him this year...His tops should be 3R too where Soderling is probably waiting.
    Gulbis is Gulbis, so 1R loss.

    I guess JMDP is my pick then, mostly because he faces his first top 5 player later on, but none of them will go particularly deep.
     
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    Oh, you mean the Strawberries and Cream Gulping Contest. Yeah. Nalbo and Serena will cream the competition.
     
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    I Love rafa too...do i also suffer from life threating disease "MANCRUSH"?:twisted:
     
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    LOL ... This is one area where competition is light years behind Nalby and Serena. And we are not even considering Nalby in God mode.
     
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    Out of these guys I think DP. Davy never could play on grass, Nalby is way too out of form and past his prime, and who is Gulbis (j/k ;))
     
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    Delpo for sure.. he is getting better and better.
    He will something for USO.
     
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    Didn't Nalby get the triple Grand Slam on that tour?
     
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    Nalbandian will do best out of all those players.
     
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