Can there be anyone other than the Big Four? Wimbledon starts tomorrow; Iga top seed in women

Despite the absence of Danil Medvedev, Alexander Sverev and Roger Federer, defending champion Djokovic is still the favorite.

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London, First Published Jun 26, 2022, 4:36 PM IST

London: The Wimbledon Tennis Championships start tomorrow. In the men’s category, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Iga Sweat’s are the top seed. No one has won the Wimbledon men’s title since 2002 except the so-called Big Four. Curiosity is rife as to whether the Italian, who has won two consecutive titles at the Pulcourt season, will replace Matteo or Beretini in recent history.

Despite the absence of Danil Medvedev, Alexander Sverev and Roger Federer, defending champion Djokovic is still the favorite. Top seed Djokovic and second seed Nadal will face each other in the final. Nadal fans share the desire for a calendar slam, but the fact remains that the Spanish legend has not won Wimbledon since 2010.

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In the women’s category, Iga of Poland is the player in form. Iga, the French Open champion, excelled on the clay court this season
Not sure if it can be repeated at Wimbledon. Iga, who has remained unbeaten in his last 37 games, has not been active on the Pulcourt season yet.

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Serena Williams has also arrived in London for her historic 24th Grand Slam title, but is still at the bottom of the list.

Last Updated Jun 26, 2022, 4:36 PM IST

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