Who will be the next 'new' Slam champion?

The first-time major winner since USO 2014 will be?

  • Zverev

    Votes: 16 18.6%
  • Tsitsipas

    Votes: 10 11.6%
  • Shapovalov

    Votes: 5 5.8%
  • Kachanov

    Votes: 3 3.5%
  • Kyrgios

    Votes: 2 2.3%
  • Thiem

    Votes: 14 16.3%
  • Dimitrov/Raonic/Nishikori

    Votes: 5 5.8%
  • Other

    Votes: 16 18.6%
  • Medvedev

    Votes: 15 17.4%

  • Total voters
    86

Four-ever

Rookie
My eyes are on Dimitrov. He's already shown that he has the game to go far, but unfortunately seems to peak only once in a blue moon. If he just had the right coach to motivate him, I don't see why he couldn't follow in Wawrinka's footsteps. Thiem would be my second pick, but only at RG assuming Nadal isn't in his usual unstoppable form.
 

BGod

Legend
This is depressing, but I got Dimitrov/Raonic. Raonic still a shot at Wimbledon next 2 years and Dimitrov can win AO or USO.

Thiem is a wildcard because he's the best bet at any Slam, being that he's Top 3 prospect at the French BUT it's the French with Nadal & Novak.
 

steelcity32

Rookie
This is depressing, but I got Dimitrov/Raonic. Raonic still a shot at Wimbledon next 2 years and Dimitrov can win AO or USO.

Thiem is a wildcard because he's the best bet at any Slam, being that he's Top 3 prospect at the French BUT it's the French with Nadal & Novak.
That ain't gonna happen
 

Lew II

Hall of Fame
Seems like you don't want Medvedev to win the AO but you do want Thiem to win RG. :)
I think Thiem is better in the best of 5 at the moment.

Medvedev will probably have a better career but he is yet to win a match in the 5th set.
 

Bender

G.O.A.T.
Thiem would be closest since he's got x2 GS finals, whereas Medvedev has just the one.

The problem for Thiem is that Nadal at RG is a whole lot harder to beat than Djokovic at the AO...and Djokovic is not easy to beat at the AO at all.
 

Max G.

Legend
Well, since the poll options changed, I'll change my vote.

Pretty easy change. Nowadays I'd put Medvedev at most likely (AO, USO) followed by Thiem (FO).
 
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