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While Nadal claimed his command over Roland Garros with an eighth French Open triumph last year and Roger Federer has won seven Wimbledon crowns, Djokovic has made Melbourne Park his Grand Slam banker with four titles in the last five years.So while Federer, also a four-time Australian Open champion, and Briton Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, a finalist in three of the last four years, cannot be written off, Nadal looks the man most likely to usurp Djokovic.Del Potro and Lleyton Hewitt are the only Grand Slam champions apart from the "Big Four" of Djokovic, Nadal, Federer and Murray still active, but the Argentine has not produced his best form consistently since a wrist injury that nearly ended his career in 2010 .Tomas Berdych, Stan Wawrinka and 2008 losing finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are the other players who might provide an upset or make a run, but few are looking beyond Djokovic and Nadal.
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