federerhoogenbandfan said:It doesnt really matter since Kuerten is not 100% physically for any extended period anymore, and there alot of people other than Federer Kuerten might have to beat in a row to win the French. In any case the answer would be alot more than a 100% Kuerten would beat a 100% Federer on any non-clay surface.
I'm a big fan of Guga - gangly, yet encredible grace and athleticism, sort of like an athletic giraffe. And charming! Is he really as nice as he seems to be in those interviews? Getting rid of his longtime coach/father substitute doesn't coincide with his nice guy image. What is "revision" surgery? I was suspicious that he had hip replacement surgery. Getting back to the top after something like that is just about impossible.gugafanatic said:Guga has had revsion surgery, to eliviate any pain caused during a number of matches. If this surgery is successful then Guga will be able to play the French open pain-free with full mobility. I cant imagine Federer, Coria, Nadal or Ferrero playing to gugas level when he is 100% healthy. Guga owns roland garros, no one can touch him when hes fully fit.