(Original post by Llewellyn)
The worrying thing for Federer is how many uncharacteristic unforced errors have recently started creeping into his game: he must stop these if he wants to beat Nadal or Djokovic in a major.
Age. As you age, your reflexes aren't as sharp any more and shots that at your peak you'd have pulled off in your sleep just aren't a formality any more, and the sooner Fed realises that it's a mental game with himself, the sooner he can compete again imo.
Then again I'm not exactly a tennis critic or anything, but that's just my take on it.
According to me Rafael Nadal wimbledon 2012. Because he is in good form. Recently in french open 2012 he beat Djokovick. Check here for more on >>> Wimbledon 2012
Yeah I think its an advantage for Nadal that wimbledon comes so soon after the french open where he virtually owns every year. No doubt that gives him huge confidence, espicially having beaten one of his big rivals in the final. I think this is one of the reason why he's been able to compete so well against Federer at wimbledon. He's always managed to beat in a major final just before, thats bound to have an impact, and probably most notably in 2008 - federer would've probably been better served if he didn't make it to the french open final back then, no doubt that thrashing was still inside his head in the wimbledon final just a couple of weeks later.