Australian Open Tennis: 10 Reasons Why Roger Federer Will Bounce Back in 2011

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Australian Open Tennis: 10 Reasons Why Roger Federer Will Bounce Back in 2011
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Can Roger Federer stop Rafael Nadal in 2011?

In tennis, it is, and always will be, about the player of the moment.

Right now Rafael Nadal is that man. Nadal currently holds three of the four slam titles, and is on a mission to capture his fourth in a row.

If Nadal is able to win the 2011 Australian Open, he will accomplish something that no other men's player has done since Rod Laver himself won the true "Calendar Year Grand Slam" in 1969.

Roger Federer has twice captured three Grand Slams in a year, but on both occasions he was defeated at the French Open.

Last year was considered by many to be an unsuccessful year for the Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer. He was only able to capture one Slam title. When talking about Roger Federer he is held to a different standard then most players, and one Slam title for him is considered a down year.

Here are the Top Ten reasons we will see Roger bounce back in 2011.

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