MarkChan wrote:Wawrinka has banged Sorana. I am sorry to tell you that mate.
MarkChan wrote:Back to topic...
For the men's side, Djokovic is still the biggest favorite.
I doubt Federer can beat him in BO5. He couldn't do it on his supposedly best surface, grass. So I guess his chance of beating Djokovic is limited due to the lack of stamina and tournament condition.
But I wouldn't write him off as a serious title contender: he just needs a bit of help from Murray. A possible upset in a SF between Djokovic/Murray would give Federer a great chance in the final.
Ironic as it sounds, Nadal would be my pick for "dark horse". His form is decent and if he improves his game to 2014 level and gets a favorable draw, he could go deep here. Bear in mind he has reached at least final in his last three USO appearances (2010,2011,2013).
As for the women's side, obviously Williams would overpower other tiny girls...And not many ppl really care
Algo wrote:For a Challenger level player perhaps.
I'm going with another surprise final and a new champ. Won't say who so I don't jinx anyone.
MarkChan wrote:As for the women's side, obviously Williams would overpower other tiny girls...And not many ppl really care
MarkChan wrote:Don't cry when Nadal takes out Fed in QF
Sorana Cîrstea wrote:Serena isnt so unbeatable, I think on WTA are some players that can defeat her: Halep, Wozniacki,Kvitova, Ivanovic,Muguruza,Radwanska and Azarenka. But they might match a day to play Serena when her service is not that strong
E=mc2 wrote:True, but I am fed up with all those woman choking once it gets tight....its seems like they are way too coward and timid to challenge Serena in slams
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