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Wimbledon 2015 Predictions

Wimbledon 2015 Predictions

Roger Federer, a genius who made tennis look effortless, is the most famous player in the sport. Even if you’ve never heard his name, you’ve probably seen him on the court, whether you watch him play or watch the commercials featuring him. And, for most part, you probably don’t know why he’s so famous.

Federer is not your ordinary champion, though. He can be charming and funny, and he’s good-looking. He’s always been known as someone who plays with style and grace, often winning matches with a few well-chosen words of encouragement and advice. If there’s one thing that defines someone who is both charming and a genius, it’s probably the ability to play with style and grace.

Federer is the all-time greatest player at singles — and is likely to be the best player at Wimbledon in a long time. In fact, he’s probably the only player in history who has beaten every player in history at the same tournament. He also happens to be a very good sport. To see just how good he is, check out this short clip of him hitting a tennis ball — just 15 seconds long — from the other side.


So, which tennis player is going to win Wimbledon for the first time in 20 years? We looked at all the players with more than a year of their current season remaining, and we took a look at how good each player was going to be over the next three months, based on his current form. We also looked at the projected form of the top 20 players and found out who they were going to be. And guess what? The forecast says Federer is going to be better than either of those three players at Wimbledon — and by a lot.

Check out our Wimbledon 2015 predictions below:

The most talented player in Wimbledon history

The only player in history to beat every one of his own competition.

It’s hard to think of anyone who’s dominated the other players in tennis as much as Federer has done. And yet, there was a time when Federer was just another teenager. From 1995 to 2001, he went from the Wimbledon junior player of the year to winning all four Grand Slam

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