Nadal and Federer : 5 Reason Why They Won't Meet in the Australian Open Final

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Nadal and Federer : 5 Reason Why They Won't Meet in the Australian Open Final
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Many pundits predict the 2011 Australian Open final will feature two of the best ever players to have play the game of tennis. It is difficult to argue with the opposite point of view when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have split 21 of the last 23 majors played. Only Novak Djokovic - 2008 Australian Open - and Juan-Martin Del Potro - 2009 US Open - have been able to put their name on a Grand Slam trophy since the 2005 Australian Open. At that time, Marat Safin claimed his last major tournament. Let's pretend for once that Nadal and Federer would be out of the tournament before this year's final. What would be the five biggest reasons for this to happen.

 

 

 

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