Who will win the Men's singles title at Wimbledon? Nadal or Djokovic?

@ram_cv (16516)
India
July 2, 2011 2:32pm CST
Nadal and Djokovic have set up an exciting Wimbledon final. On current form both players are in red hot form. Djokovic though seems to be slightly on higher planer right now having picked up the no. 1 spot. But Nadal is the defending champion and seems to be peaking up at the right time. Who do you think will win this tournament? BTW, the Indian interest is still there in the tournament as Bhupathi has made it to mixed doubles final along with partner Elena Vesnina from Russia. Let's see if he can win another Wimbledon doubles crown. Cheers! Ram
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@esteria (396)
• India
2 Jul 11
Though i plan on supporting Djokovic for the title, that would only be because i would like to see an upset in the tournament. I hated when federer and nadal made a comment at the tournament's begining that one of them only can win the title. Still Nadal is a force to reckon with. And yes my hopes and wishes are also for the pair of Bhupathi and Elena. It feels nice winning in the grand slams even if they be in doubles.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
2 Jul 11
Also, I think Djokovic has moved up a level in the last year or so. He is now almost there with Nadal and Federer in terms of performance and consistency. So I think this could be his year of coming off age. Cheers! Ram
• India
3 Jul 11
If you want an upset then you should also support Nadal. Cuz nadal is not 1 any more...
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Jul 11
I know Djokovic is the no. 1 now and Nadal is only the 2nd ranked player. But the Grand Slam pedigree gives Nadal the bigger advantage. Also he seems to be peaking at the right time. So let's wait and watch. Cheers! Ram
• India
3 Jul 11
Its going to be an interesting game and I think Nadal might just end up victorious. Despite an injury he has been playing good tennis and his game has been top notch. Djokivic on the other hand has also been brilliant and will be a strong contender. Will he have what it takes to topple Nadal? He sure will be on a high Knowing that he will be number 1 come monday. Victory surely will be like iceing on the cake for Djokivic. Lets hope for an amazing match and let the better player win..
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Jul 11
Actually looking at the way Nadal was running around the court against Murray, I do not think that the injury is really hampering him in any way. He was running around like a bull on charge. Anyhow, I agree with you that it is going to be an interesting match either way. Cheers! Ram
@moneywinner (1866)
• Brazil
3 Jul 11
I'm rooting for Djokovic and I think he's going to win tomorrow. I think he's playing a better tennis than Nadal on Wimbledon. It's going to be a really difficult game and I can't wait to watch it. I'm even going to wake up early on a Sunday to don't miss this game.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Jul 11
Yes, if we go by the form indication of the last three months, then Djokovic is definitely red hot currently. But, Nadal seems to be peaking at the right time. Also he has more Grand Slam pedigree than Djokovic. Cheers! Ram
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
3 Jul 11
I'm hoping Djokovic will win since I don't like Nadal. I haven't been able to watch either play at Wimbledon this year so I don't know how well they are playing. It is hard to tell which one the now slower Wimbledon surface will help the most; but if I had to guess, I would say it would Nadal. I doubt if Nadal could have won before if they hadn't slowed it down.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Jul 11
I myself would like Djokovic to win, but not because I do not like Nadal. But because Djokovic has been in a great run of form off late. Anyhow both players are more comfortable on the red clay, so I do not think the slowness of the pitch will benefit one over the other. Cheers! Ram
• India
3 Jul 11
I go With Nadal! He's been my idol and hero. He deserves to win and break federer's grand slam record in the coming years. He's been a big inspiration and seeing him shock federer at the age of 17 was his best show. Go nadal!
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Jul 11
I think Nadal is well placed to overtake Federer's overall Grand Slams record. He has had a phenomenal first half of his career. He is now in the age group when one usually reaches maximum potential. So I would really bank on him winning many more titles and at least a few more Grand Slams. Cheers! Ram