Going into this Wimbledon, one of the main themes was the continuing dominance of the ATP’s Big Four. The narrative lasted for a week and half, but came crashing down Wednesday. When the smoke cleared, the only member of that august crew left standing was Roger Federer.
He leads our semifinal Power Rankings (men and women combined) based on the players’ chances to win the Wimbledon title. Form, draw and history were all taken into consideration.
1. Roger Federer (No. 3 seed)
Parse it any way you like, but Federer has dotted his final “i” and crossed his final “t.” He may not win the tournament — his next opponent has beaten him at Wimbledon before — but he’s established himself as a man in a league by himself.
Milos Raonic wrecked Federer’s hopes in last year’s semifinals, sending the embittered Swiss icon into a long hiatus in search of health and answers to why he was stumbling in
Article source: http://www.espn.com/tennis/story/_/id/19974479/wimbledon-2017-power-rankings-ahead-semifinals-sw19
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