2019 GS predictions

Imperator

Professional
- AO : Djokovic
- RG : Nadal or Thiem (if Nadal is out of form)
- Wimbledon : Djokovic
- USO : Del Potro

I honestly think Federer is done winning GS, I might be wrong though.
 

Voriad

Semi-Pro
Del potro will win the us open for 2019.
2016: quarterfinals
2017: semifinals
2018: finals
2019: ???
I wonder what the pattern is...
 

MugOpponent

Hall of Fame
AO Djokovic
RG Nadal
W Nadal
USO Djokovic

Although I wouldn't be overly stunned if it turned out to be something completely random like
AO Djokovic
RG Thiem
W Kevin Anderson
USO Del Potro
 

BeatlesFan

Talk Tennis Guru
I'm going bold on my predictions. I don't really expect these results, but WTH?

AO: Stanimal
FO: Djokovic
Wimbledon: Cilic
USO: Thiem (REALLY going out on a limb with this ridiculous pick).

I think Fed and Nadal have both won their last majors. And I'd be happy if Muzz could win one more, but do not expect it.
 
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Cenarius

Guest
AO: Nadal
FO: Djokovic
WO: Nadal
UO: Djokovic

Federer wins Dubai, Halle and Basel.
 

StannisTheMannis

Hall of Fame
I'm going bold on my predictions. I don't really expect these results, but WTH?

AO: Stanimal
FO: Djokovic
Wimbledon: Cilic
USO: Thiem (REALLY going out on a limb with this ridiculous pick).

I think Fed and Nadal have both won their last majors. And I'd be happy if Muzz could win one more, but do not expect it.
How about we switch Cilic and Stan.
 
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Deleted member 756486

Guest
AO: Djokovic
RG: Nadal
W: Djokovic
USO: Djokovic

Fed wins Basel for the third year in a row. GOAT.
 

Tyskie

New User
Mostly depends of Novak's shape. If he will be in a good or very good shape, it will be something like that:
AO: Djokovic
RG: Nadal
WB: Djokovic
USO: Zverev

If not, then something like that:
AO: Federer or Djokovic or... Zverev? maybe?
RG: Nadal
WB: Federer or Nadal
USO: Zverev

As I remember, Murray was counted as "The Big Four" member, even before he won his first maijor. And who knows, if he would won any if he woulnd't be coached by Ivan Lendl. During that time, he won his first two maijors. After Lendl left Andy's team, Murray wasn't able to win any single maijor. He did that, after Lendl returned to his time, and even became a #1 in ATP ranking. Now Lendl's coaching Zverev, and a few months after he joined his team, Sasha won his first big tournament - 2018 ATP Finals. I bet, that he will takes his first maijor this year. AO? I guess it's too soon. Perhaps, if he will somehow be able to keep his good shape... but I doubt it. Even if, AO might be too hard.

Will Roger be able to win another Grand Slam title? Depends. Roger indeed might be called GOAT at this very moment. Along with Rafa and Novak, all three of them in their prime, they are on very different level then the others (I'm speaking of their era only). Due to advanced age, Federer past his prime and will never be as good as he used to be. But it's not necessary at all. On his moderate or lower level he still might be superior to a great majority of active players. Only Novak in a past few years, perhaps still, more likely still, is able to barely catch his prime, and be above Roger. If not Novak, Roger would probably have 3 more GS titles only in 2015-16, let alone 2011-2014. So, if Novak wont be able to play on his highest level, Roger might take either, AO, WB or USO title.

I t will be the last one, or one of two last GS titles for Rafa. I doubt that he will return to #1 as well.

Neither Roger or Rafa will anounce retriement this year. If any of them will have a some serious inuje, I bet they both will play untill 2022, I bet Roger will anounce this in 2020 or 2021. Rafa might retired ealier, maybe. Maybe 2021? Anyway, I still bet it will be '22 for both.

Murray will be the first one to anounce his retirement. I feel that he will do that either at the end of this season or at the beginning of another.

It also might be the last one, or one of two last seasons, that Novak will be able to dominate.
 
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