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Maybe Murray can get his hands on some of Uncle Tony's special elixir, if you know what I mean.
Captain Obvious, weighing in. Voice of Experience. LOL!"Andy needs to go in there prepared to be as mentally and physically strong as possible," said Tim Henman, a US Open semi-finalist in 2004.
Federer's USO draw in 2006 would be a nightmare for Nadal, IMO. Prime/peak Blake in QF, prime/peak Davydenko in SF and prime Roddick in final, and any version of Nadal (including 2010/2013) would have to play out of his mind to win those matches.
You know, you don't need Federer/Djokovic to have a horror draw.
WTF is not a fast court. It is medium paced, but low bouncing. That's why Federer easily handles Nadal there
Blake would never beat peak Nadal, especialy the one who won his 2 U.S Opens in a slam. Not in a million years. He did well vs baby Nadal who was just a clay specialist. I dont see mental midget Chokeydenko ever beating Nadal in a slam either. I guess we will never know in Davydenko's case, but I suspect if they played in slams it would turn out to be like the Graf- Gabriela Sabatini rivalry where Chokeatini could beat Graf in all the small tournaments, but always lost when it mattered in a slam.
Nadal would have to play out of his mind to win those matches, LOL! The likes of Roddick and Blake are the ones who would have to play out of their mind to have a hope to ever beat peak Nadal in a slam, not vice versa.
Murray will start losing games on unforced errors and will then pout. Then he will start yelling at himself, throw tantrums and generally act like an individual less than half his age. Murray fans - this is what your hero does when faced with stiff competition.
The net result will be that Djokovic will win the last point of the match.