Slowly we should see youngsters make a move. Maybe another semi for Jerzy, who I think is going to love Wimbledon over the next few years, but whether that means he'll ever make the final or win it, nobody knows. It'll be his best slam, I think, and maybe at one of the majors we'll see two youngsters bust through to the semis.
I think if Federer doesn't commit to a schedule and play more, he's going into further decline. I don't know if changing rackets will help him but he needs to get his confidence back first. It's natural at his age that he begins to feel the pace. Also, the makeweights smell blood. They're actually putting it up to him, the cheeky blighters.
Murray has to step up the next level, or else just be the guy who takes the odd slam that the others let slip. He has to try shove his way back into the race for #1, too. It's important for his legacy. It's all related, but Murray needs a much higher level season in 2014 than 2013. I think he's going to do well.
Djoker will find that 2011 is more an admonishment than an inspiration. It'll be the season that he looks at and finds himself judged by, not least by himself. I don't think he'll get back to that level - but then again, I didn't think he'd get there in the first place, so what do I know?!
I've predicted Nadal in Moxie's thread...