Wimbledon is on the horizon and here are some of the biggest names who will try their chance to win the most prestigious tennis prize.
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) June 25, 2019
Federer may not have won a Grand Slam for eighteen months now, but it’s Wimbledon, and he has won it more timed than anyone else. The French Open may have some effect on his performance. Whether he wins it or not, it’s never easy to bet against him.
— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) June 29, 2019
World’s No.1 will be coming off his first Grand Slam defeat in twenty-seven matches. It will be interesting to watch him bounce back from the defeat. After battling an elbow injury for some years, Wimbledon was the scene of his rebirth last year. He would be keen to retain the trophy and maintain his top spot in the rankings.
Nadal recently scored his twelfth title at Roland Garros, but he has struggled at Wimbledon of lately. He has already won the title twice and has little to prove. He does not have a passion for grass court tennis, and that is perfectly fine. But he is undoubtedly challenging to defeat. Being at the position where he is in his career, Nadal can trounce anyone on any surface.
There is no denying the fact that injury and motherhood have caught up with Williams. Her injuries are restricting her from playing many tournaments. But you must not underestimate her as she made her way to the finals in spite of her health issues.
Last prep day 💪🎾 pic.twitter.com/mWZsevb8sx
— NaomiOsaka大坂なおみ (@naomiosaka) June 30, 2019
Osaka has been a fascinating player making her way through by winning Indian Wella and the US Open crown. Her unflappable mental resolve stands out among all. Her WTA ranking soar after winning the Australian Open. However, rising to the top has put some burden on Osaka.