Originally Posted by veroniquem
The other top 3 obviously. He used to struggle against Roddick and Tsonga but that's when he was not as confident as he is now. I would say currently his biggest threat on hard is Murray, on clay Nadal, on grass Fed. Everybody else is not in the conversation. That's telling you how good he has become that only the very best on every surface can provide a serious challenge. There will be someone in the future though, there always is.
Ferrer? **** has owned Ferrer since he found Dr. Igor.