Wimbledon Is Around The Corner: Who's The Surpriser?

Flex MailmanContributor IJune 19, 2009

LONDON - JULY 06:  Rafael Nadal of Spain celebrates with the Championship trophy after winning the men's singles Final match against Roger Federer of Switzerland on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 6, 2008 in London, England.  (Photo by Lewis Whyld-Pool/Getty Images)

Man! Nadal! He lost!

Nadal had one of his worst games at the French Open this year. Worst yet, it was on his own surface. What a let down!

I thought Nadal was going to be the next Federer. But, guess what, my hopes again come to nought. Just like a couple of years ago I was predicting Davydenko to win, and more recently Jo-Wilifred Tsonga. But, now I do know who's gonna win.

Now, Nadal is out of the picture. There is no way that he'll make it to the final. He has tough competition, such as Federer, Djokovic, Murray, and the rest. And now he has another guy to deal with: Soderling.

Soderling has found the chink in Nadals castle and is ready to break through. I am willing to bet Nadal won't win.


He won't win either. I mean, come on, he got off easy not having to play Nadal! He barely made his ass past the second round in Paris. There is no way he'll make it this time. But clap it up! Federer is now probably the best ever, and it is now time for him to leave.

Hooray for Murray!

This guy is bound to win. He quietly did well in the French Open, and there is a great chance he will win in Wimbs. With or without Nadal, he will win with his great defensive play!

Thank you