i think the ass whupping R-Fed took on Clay in Paris and the talk of this being the changing of the guard will serve as extra motivation for R-Fed (not that he needs it) as well as the fact Nadal SHOULD have won at Wimbledon last year and too many factors in R-Fed's favor now
whoever wins it won't be easy and when all is said and done i expect the REAL winner will be those watching on TV because this sure has the makings of a 4+ hour classic
I am up in the air, but I am leaning towards Nadal. This is a tough call, Federer is unstoppable on grass, but Nadal almost beat him in last years final, and killed him in the French. I think that I will probably go with Nadal, he is on the up and will be nice to see someone else win on grass.
Nadal hasn't won anything yet, but those 3 set and 4 set Federer wins aren't happening obviously. I still say it is the changing of the guard. If Nadal wins, then people must acknowledge he is now the best player in the world.
Coin toss my ass. Yes it was close. Yes Federer took it 5 sets and beyond. Nadal had Match point in the 4th set and Roger showed why he is a champion. Any day you want to try to out cap my tennis let me know, I always could use another fish.