Roger Federer and Serena Williams leading the race for Wimbledon arena


The Swiss legend is all favorite to lift Wimbledon on record ninth occasion.

And while the American star, Serena Williams, seeded 25th this year despite a ranking of 181, to compete against Dutch left-hander Arantxa Rus, the world 107 who made the third round in 2012 but failed to get out of qualifying on her last three visits.

Federer reacquired the ATP No. 1 seed in his arrival from a two-month break and sits as the overwhelming favorite in the men’s draw to win a second sequential Wimbledon title and his record ninth at the All England Club.

Behind him, French Open champion Rafael Nadal, and previous Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic will be intense outs for anybody in their individual ways while up-and-comer Alexander Zverev, will hope to make a sprinkle as he climbs up the rankings.

In the ladies’ draw, it’s two-time Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova as the most loved to win the grass court Grand Slam. Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams is as yet working her way back subsequent to taking a break for the introduction of her little girl but at the same time is an early top pick. Shielding champ Garbine Muguruza sits with strong chances to win consecutive titles at the All England Club too.

The Wimbledon’s seeding council to put Serena Williams difference by a choice by the French Open against seeding her.

She played in Paris, where she achieved the fourth round of the opposition before damage constrained her to stop in front of her conflict with Maria Sharapova, yet her appearance held back before offering definitive proof of Williams’ proceeded with aggressiveness at a world class level.


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