Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by nole4life, Feb 8, 2011.
Who do you think will win the French open!
Nadal if he's feeling OK, otherwise Gulbis or maybe Berankis.
It's a little early to tell, people, wouldn't you say?
Way too early for this discussion. We haven't even seen reliable exhibition action at the Nike Clash of Champions (which notes that there remains a very real possibility of one or more athletes dropping out)!
Sam Querrey. Book it.
Im surprised we need yet ANOTHER topic discussing this.
Most likely Rafael Nadal depending on his injury status
Murray. Jamie Murray.
Judy Murray has a better chance...
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Definitely Gulbis if he's in form. If not, Vince Spadea takes it.
Dodig beats Rafa, Fed - Djoko final, toss the coin.
I think he will win it:
Had Nadal won the Australian Open then I would have doubts about him winning the French Open. Seeing as Australian Open winners for some reason don't win then the French Open. At least that has been the case for the past 15 years or so.
Roddick will beat Murray in a tight 5 setter
Well. Rafael Nadal.
Henman will come out of retirement and serve and volley his way to the trophy, which he will then do unspeakable things to in front of the cameras.
After witnessing such a thing, Nadal will never bite another trophy again
Henman will meet Murray in the final, but the laws of physics rule that neither man can win a grand slam final, resulting in a paradox
Haha, that genuinely made me laugh a lot :lol:
Kimberly Clijsters and Rafael Nadal. Actually Schiavone winning it again wouldnt surprise me either.
Nadal might win but then again any player in the top 10 could beat each other.
I aim to please
I Think isner makes it to the semi's to be beaten by roddick.
Most likely Nicolas Almagro as long as he's not injured.
Wonder if David Ferrer could upset the applecart?
John Isner of course, 6-7 7-6 6-7 7-6 175-173. Now you guess the runner up.
These threads are so frickin' ********.
It's like a gathering of "Hey, post here if you wanna help this go full-******"
That slam is 3 months away, what in the ****'s name can you possibly predict about it?...That the crowd is gonna boo at some point?...On what premises?
It's just another excuse for starting one of those moronic arguments about the top players based on their most recent showings and some of the old populars.
That's the desired answer, right? I like to be desired!
Nadal if (and this is a BIG IF) he is healthy.
The rest of the field will be hoping that he overplays as he did in 2009. And that could happen, given Nadal's schedule in the next few months.
Nadal, without dropping a set again (I hope )
Exactly. Because if Nadal loses, then he's injured right?
Nadal if he's not tired, sick, injured, uninterested, distracted, absent minded, hypnotized, lobotomized or under a voodoo spell.
Or if doesn't forget his Quelys.
On clay? Pretty much yeah... at least in the last 6 years or so!
He had some losses early on clay in 2005 where he was just outplayed but starting with Monte Carlo in 2005 he was pretty much unbeatable on clay without being hampered by injury or fatigue.
The closest anyone came to a win over a physically 100% Nadal on clay since then was Federer in the 2006 Rome final where he had 2 match points in the 5th set and missed a forehand down the line by inches on one of them. The second closest was to Coria in the 2005 Rome final. Nadal is alot improved from 05-06 though, with no other existing players playing at the clay level of 05-07 Federer or even 04-05 Coria either.
Soderling has proven he can beat Federer and Nadal on clay. So no reason, why he cant be a threat in 2011.
Nadal is obviously the clear favourite though.
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