John McEnroe has tipped Britain's Andy Murray as one of a group of young players who are capable of breaking into the world's top 10 next year.
Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych, Gael Monfils and Nenad Djokovic - one of these guys is going to break into the top 10 next year.
A couple of them will hang around there and that will be interesting.
McEnroe said the crop of young talent could have a better chance of challenging Roger Federer than the other top players currently in the world number one's shadow.
The young guys may have a better chance of hurting Federer because they don't have any fear.
Rafael Nadal has made huge steps, but can he keep that level?
Andy Roddick has perhaps taken a step back, Lleyton Hewitt has a whole new set of issues with being a dad and Marat Safin is totally questionable.
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