Men’s Fantasy Tennis Rankings For 2014 Wimbledon Championship

Top 10 Men's Fantasy Players

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The 2014 Wimbledon Championship is right around the corner. To help you fantasy junkies, here are the men's fantasy tennis rankings for the 2014 Wimbledon Championship.

10. Ernests Gulbis

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10. Ernests Gulbis

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Gulbis has never played well at Wimbledon, as he has only reached the third round. However, he is coming off a Semi Final appearance at the French Open and the veteran will be ready to make a serious run this year. Gulbis has earned his No. 10 ranking in the ATP Tennis Rankings.

9. John Isner

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9. John Isner

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Isner may be considered a long shot to win this week, but he has proven that he can compete on grass throughout his career. He has a 20-12 record and has won both of his career titles on the green surface. Isner is also the best serviceman in the world and will pounding the ball into the corners all month long. Look for the American to make some noise in London.

8. Milos Raonic

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8. Milos Raonic

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Raonic has an impressive 19-8 record this year and has been bumped up to No. 8 in the WTA World Rankings. He has played at Wimbledon three times already and the Canadian has the experience here to potentially make the Quarter Finals. Look of him to be a decent sleeper after the big-four come off the board.

7. David Ferrer

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7. David Ferrer

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Ferrer has reached the Quarter Finals in eight straight years at Wimbledon. He always shows up at the All England Club and he has become a fan favorite London. Unfortunately, Ferrer has struggled with a stomach issue this month and could miss Wimbledon altogether. If he does play, though, consider him a reliable top-10 option.

6. Tomas Berdych

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6. Tomas Berdych

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Berdych is making his 11th career appearance at Wimbledon. He was a finalist back in 2010 and he will be a true dark horse to look for this week. The German may have lost due to a double-fault last week at Queen’s Club, but he will be extra motivated to make up for the error in London.

5. Stan Wawrinka

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5. Stan Wawrinka

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Wawrinka is this year’s Australian Open Champion and the No. 3 ranked player in the world will be a very popular fantasy option.

4. Rafael Nadal

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4. Rafael Nadal

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Nadal has won at Wimbledon twice throughout his career, but he has continuously struggled on grass courts this year. In the past two years at the All England Club, Nadal been knocked out in the first two rounds. He will still be a top-tier fantasy option, but he will come with some risk.

3. Roger Federer

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3. Roger Federer

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Federer has seven wins at Wimbledon and has won Grand Slams throughout his career. Unfortunately, he has now been sent home before the Quarter Finals in three of the last four Grand Slams. He may be playing in his record-setting 59th consecutive Grand Slam, but his recent history in big matches will cause him to fall past the number one spot.

2. Andy Murray

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2. Andy Murray

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Murray won last year by beating Novak Djokoic in the final and it was his fifth straight Semi Final appearance. The 27-year-old has matured throughout tremendously and will be one of the favorites considering the current play of the rest of the field on grass. Murray will make a serious run at repeating as the Wimbledon Champion.

1. Novak Djokovic

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1. Novak Djokovic

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DJ-Okovic has earned the No. 1 seed at the All England Club three years in a row now. He has made it to the Semi Finals in four straight years, including winning it all back in 2011. Djokovic will be the safest fantasy option in London.


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