Grass season is here already after long period of clay and long rallies, we will see a short rallies and super fast ball movement. Every year we find some new players with ability to play very good at this surface, but what about the elite players? Like always Andy Murray, Roger Fedderer, Novak Djokovič, Marin Čilič, Miloš Raonič and clay king Rafael Nadal is most likely to win some titles on grass and get ready for big one Wimbledon.
But who is most fit to take most titles? Who is going to make strategy to win Slam?
Let's talk about it, everyday i will write my short opinion on it and i hope you will write yours.
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miller3
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I really like this idea, lets wait for more info and other opinions
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I could write a little bit about Andy Murray, maybe something about Jamie too, but he is in doubles.
So Andy will start his grass court season this week in Queens. He didnt parcitipate in any of tournaments on grass before Sturtgart or Hertenbosch, or mini aegon.. that is ofcourse understandable he is still no.1 in world and playing in this mini tournaments wont make any difference. So preparation started after Roland Garros, few day's after he lost. So with clay court season wasnt so hard for him, he was able to keep his power level up high, if we compare to Rafael Nadal, because he is not able to perform now, after such hard season on clay. Andy have a lot of power and strenght left for all grass...
Andy - Like always he is training at home, in UK. As we can see in Instagram he is doing well, very well, like every year. So last year Wimbledon champion will be ready for sure, only what matters is his mini injuries, maybe motivation and health.
He is one of players who can win it for sure.. coming along with Roger,Djokovic.
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Novak Djokovič - Having the one of the worst years in tennis, if we could say that. He has dropped from no.1 last year to no.4 in this year.. Of course he plays, he wins, but not so often, we dont see a titles in his hands. What is the problem? Still we dont know.. Boris Becker left.. Djoko even start to do YOGA and other strange things to keep his body O.K. Still something wrong, we dont see those results like before.
This year Wimbledon? Let look at it.. Djoko dropped out from French Open in early stages. He didnt play in first grass tournaments, so i guess he do have a lot of strenght now, only question is do he want to play ? Or he cant play?
Road to Wimbledon ? Queens, Halle? We wont see Djokovic there.. Instagram,twitter wont show us much.. But i guess he will be ready for GS.
In the end - I would say, dont expect much from Djokovič.... but other side say's never underestimate Novak Djokovič EVER. - So for sure i can say - QF we will see him there. He wont loose in early rounds.
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Murray lost in queens... That so strange.
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tennisclub wrote:

Murray lost in queens... That so strange.

For sure... but sometimes some things happens.. only question why he lost
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Marin Čilič - One of the strong, big guys. Today he lost in Queen's final, but he is still one of the few who can score at Wimbledon. Two first grass tournaments Bosch and Queens was unclucky, but still its SF and F.. Its good result, now he should rest and wait for Wimbledon, he is in good shape already, he will get better for sure.
Guns to win title : Serve - serve is very important on grass and Marin has it. Not only he serves strong and fast, but his serve is very dangerous on this surface because of his trajectory. Its fast and low, very dangerous.
Tall and fast : Killer combination, he is both, fast and tall, you cant just easy throw a ball over him, he will reach it. Also you cant fight him easy on baseline he is very good there. he can reach all balls, long hand helps him near net too.
Forehand and backhand is very good, very controlful.
Marin - Is one of better players, very dedicated, its nice to watch him play, he always try to do hist best perfomance, so he is one of many dangerous players on grass.
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