Fed for the Win: A (Perfect) Dissection of the 2011 Australian Open Men's Draw

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Fed for the Win: A (Perfect) Dissection of the 2011 Australian Open Men's Draw

The draws are out, and get ready as all of those other lame Bleacher Report d-bags desperately try to woo you with their bold predictions–Ljubicic for the win! Harrison's going all the way! OMFG GOTTA LUV RODDICK!!

Yeah, I went out on a real limb with this Federer character...what a scrub.

In all seriousness, I'm glad you came to the write place. I'm starting to win the men's draw for no particular reason, other than men's tennis kicks the crap out of any other sport!!! And that's because Serena isn't playing the Aussie this year, the women's draw is going to be a lot harder to analyze.


But back to the gents. Things actually played out quite fairly for the top dogs. Nadal and Federer ended up on opposite sides of the draw...was really worried about that one. I'd say Nadal's got the tougher half with Soderling and Murray–I'm picking the big man to yet again fell Rafa on the Grand Slam stage.

But despite how the Swede or Spaniard do, this is still Federer's tournament to win. He backed up his fantastic post-US Open season with a refreshing victory in Dubai–and looked damn good doing it. With familiar b*tches like Djokovic and Roddick just begging to be owned in his bottom half, it's looking more and more like a second consecutive trophy for the Swiss star.

So kick back, relax and get ready to have your mind blown with prognostications that'd make Bud Collins cry beautiful artificial tears.

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