And achieve the golden career grand slam? I mean he did deny Roger's ''realistically'' final chance at it. - AO - Hardcourt is his best surface, very do-able. - FO - This tournament might be like Lendl & Wimbledon for him. - Wimbledon - He is a major threat on Grass. Very do-able. I think FO might cause him not to get it. I'm starting to think Djokovic won't be able to do it either. He still needs a FO (overcoming Nadal at the FO is something that Federer never managed to do, and Federer is arguably the second best clay court player in the past decade nearly) and an Olympics gold. If it were to be achieved, who COULD achieve this feat quicker? Murray or Djokovic? Cause the next Olympics is in 4 years so Djokovic has to wait for his chance at a Gold Medal... and within those 4 years.... we could see Murray winning one of each of the other 3 slams.... And yeah, Murray already has a Gold medal. Golden Career Grand Slam - Andy Murray is more likely to get it quicker IF both of them were to get it. Career Grand Slam - Novak Djokovic is more likely to get it quicker IF both of them were to get it. Just needs a FO left. Discuss.