> In article
> > If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
> > flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
> > go, then they could be the two to beat.
> > My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
> > same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
> > With
> > both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.
> Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
> much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
> coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
> everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
> past the semis.
But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not been
playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how devestating
he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
injury free after a long break?