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It's never fun to see someone be forced to withdraw due to injury, especially the Olympics and after having been designated as flag carrier for the country. There is no doubt that this must be a chronic, serious condition and I have a lot of admiration for taking a step back and letting someone else enjoy the games.
11 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Report: Nadal withdraws from London Olympics
@Ali Nayebi He's got as good of a chance as anyone, and he seems really determined. Crazier things have happened, but I wouldn't put it past him at this point.
1 year, 3 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Federer within striking distance of No. 2
@ciaranselva20 Yeah - unfortunately I do remember it quite well, but who knows...he seems to be on a mission right now. I'm just not so sure if Novak will be able to defend his points from the clay court season - I guess it depends on how the French goes this year as well. Should be fun to see how it unfolds.
My prediction is that Wimbledon will be Roger's return to ultimate glory by taking the title and return to No.1, equaling Pete Sampras' all time record. Alright, while that may be wishful thinking, it's a possibility.