Novak Djokovic must be lost.
Djokovic must capitalize on this glorious opportunity to win another Grand Slam. He'll do just that in convincing fashion, too.
If anyone had an up-and-down year it was clearly Djokovic. After coming off a ridiculous 2011 campaign where he went 70-6 (according to ESPN), he has dropped 10 matches.
Djokovic has won one Grand Slam compared to three last year. His losses came to guys like John Isner, Andy Murray and Janko Tipsarevic.
But all of his downfalls this year will be forgotten (to an extent) if he can win the 2012 U.S. Open. Judging by the competition, there should be no reason for Djokovic not to win.
Putting his competition to the side for a minute, Djokovic's best surface is the hard court. He has dominated that surface in recent history, going 27-3 in 2012 despite having a sub-par campaign compared to one year ago.
Djokovic has proved his hard-court worth, winning every match of the 2012 U.S. Open in straight sets. With an easily beatable field, playing on his virtual playground, Djokovic will roll to another Grand Slam victory.