Problem is, they can't met in the first round yet, as Nadal's ranking hasn't deteriorated enough. And as Nadal is fated to get a beating from Rosol in the second round of all four slams next year, he won't be able to face Federer later on in the tournament, obviously. Tough luck, really. But then, Nadal will be the first player in world history to have lost to the same player in the second round of the four slams, a record, and what will make it even more impressive is that he will make it a calendar grand slam of second round losses. Rosol's ranking will of course turn this into another record, as Nadal will also become the first top player in world history to get beaten by a player ranked #100 and worse in all four slams in a single year. And of course, that will be all the opportunity needed to unleash your RAFALOSTINTHESECONDROUND2013 account on this poor, unsuspecting forum.