-Djokovic will end up with 9 slams, just shading Agassi's total. Something like 5 Australians, 1 French, 1 Wimbledon, 2 U.S Opens.
-Nadal will prove his critics/haters wrong and end up with atleast 15 slams, surpassing Sampras's total.
-Murray will end up with 5 slams.
-The next new slam winner will be in 2016 sometime.
-Raonic will win a slam, but possibly only 1.
-Tomic will never win a slam.
The men are mostly boring these days though with only a few players worth talking about until the next really good generation comes, since it sure is heck is not the Raonic/Tomic one, so I am far more interested in what will happen with the women. Some of my wild guesses would be:
-Serena will end up with roughly 20 slams, surpassing Chris and Martina, and setting the new unofficial slam mark given the asterixs next to Court (Australian Open inflated tally back when it was not real slam for women especialy), and Graf (Seles stabbing).
-Stosur will win a French, which will be her only other slam.
-Sharapova will win 1 or 2 more slams, but will continue her career of streak of never defending a slam title, never winning 2 slams in the same year, and possibly never winning a slam in back to back years.
-Azarenka will end up with atleast 4 slams by the end of 2017.
-Wozniacki will be retired before the end of 2017.
-Venus will still be playing at the time of the 2016 Olympics, no matter how much a complete non factor she is by then.
-Henin will attempt another comeback which will again fizzle out, and again retire.
-Clijsters will not attempt another comeback this time.
-Headcase Na will win another slam somehow before retiring.
-One and only one German player will win only 1 slam, not sure which it will be, most likely one of Kerber somewhere or Lisicki at Wimbledon (but not both)
-Radwanska will infurtiate the masses and win a slam.
-The grunting ban will not last.
-Robson will become a top 10 player and possibly win a slam sometime in the next 5 years.
-the U.S Open will install a roof
-Carillo will find herself unemployed on the commentary front
-Evert will be fired by ESPN before the end of 2017
-Wimbledon will be pushed further away from the French than it currently is
-The ATP will add a couple carpet events back