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Over the past two years it has only been Rafael Nadal who has stopped him in the French Open. However Nadal has a long-term, persistent ankle injury which is effecting his speed and power around the court.

Roger Federer continues to improve on clay and I see him winning it if not this year, then next, and with it the career Grand Slam.

No, not after Wimbledon 2008. Roger Federer is going through a major slump although he doesn't admit it. Meanwhile, Nadal is becoming better and better. On August 18 2008, Nadal will become No.1 in tennis.

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