Who's Had the SECOND Best Year of 2009?

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  1. kimbahpnam

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    Nadal? Delpo? Maybe even somehow Fed?
     
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  2. MEAC_ALLAMERICAN

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    If it happens to be Federer, who would have the better year and how? :confused:
     
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  3. kimbahpnam

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    Someone's bound to make the argument....most likely Cesc :)
     
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    Rafa is second....1 slam and 3 masters
     
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  5. clayman2000

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    Easy Nadal. He may be 3rd in slams, but he did miss 1, and has been the best in Masters this year with 3 wins, 1 final, a semi and 2 quarters.
     
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  6. Nadal by his achievements. But I don't think this makes him too happy.
     
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  7. tvp900

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    Maybe Roddick. He got back into shape and essentially restarted his career by taking Fed to 16-14 in the fifth at Wimby. Semis at Australia, best showing at France. I think he did at least third best this year.
     
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    I'd say Roddick as well. He proved to people that he can do well at majors again after a few years of relatively poor results (for his standards.) Set or broke personal records at each GS except US Open. Almost won Wimbledon. Great year for Andy.
     
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