Andy Murray broke through last year after losing in his first three slam finals. The only other current player to reach a slam finals without yet winning one is Jo-Willy Tsonga. So who will be the next slam-less player to win a slam? I say it's not going to be Tsonga, Del Po, Berdych or Raonic. I don't even think the suddenly mildly-formidable Richard Gasquet is the answer or the ageless Tommy Haas. I believe you've got to look at the No. 15 and No. 16 players in the rankings to find your answer. I believe it'll either be Stanislav Wawrinka or Kei Nishikori who will notch the next slam of players who have not yet won a slam. I was watching Nishikori today against Melzer and this guy is sick. He's fast, hits powerfully and steadily off both sides, runs like the wind and serves pretty big for a little guy. I can see him winning a slam in the next two years. Now Wawrinka could only win a slam on the clay, but I say after he beat Ferrer in Portugal that the Swiss No. 2 has the best chance outside Djoko and Nadal to win the French this year. Raonic is No. 14 and I'd say he has the next best chance of all the players without a slam to win one. He is massively impressively, but his movement can always be exploited and he doesn't get up to the net enough for his game and my liking. So there you have it. Look for either Wawrinka or Nishikori to be the next slam winner of the slam-less throngs.