Wimbledon 2019 Draw PREVIEW | Tennis News

The draw for WIMBLEDON is out and there are some amazing first and second round match ups to talk about! We go through the draw match by match and see who may be playing each other in the Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and the Final!

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  1. Well Federer's draw has become a little bit easier, Coric withdrew so Berrettini gets Bedene now. Struff is now the 33rd seed and is going to play Albot, Berrettini's first round opponent instead and the lucky loser Brayden Schnur gets Baghdatis Struff's first round opponent, kind of a mix-up.

  2. just read monfils is injured and might withdraw . faa should have a pretty east road to the 4th round with only dimetrov to worry about in the 2nd round who he beat in straight sets a couple of weeks ago. sonego could be a problem though.

  3. Nadal has a rough draw if the player's play together full potential
    But a qualifier can push Federer to the limits and Federer may struggle more than Nadal.
    At least Nadal knows what he has to do to win

  4. Kyrgios has been really poor this grass season so far despite effectively skipping the clay. If Berrettini and FAA could take care of Nick the last two weeks, I don't see why the world number 2 should be worried. The top half of the draw is loaded. This is the best chance Zverev has ever had to make a semi fial of a slam. I can't wait for FAA to square up against Nole in the 4th round. If he can win that, then he has a shot at making the semis, but I just think it would be insane to pick anyone other than Nole to reach the final. I'll pick Rafa from the bottom of the half. Nole wins Wimbledon 2019.

  5. About the women's draw there's one player that you have watch an eye on and her name is Cori Gauff, just 15 years old qualified without dropping a set, very great effort.

  6. People keep talking about a potential upset of Nadal at the hands of Kyrgios. What a joke! Nadal will beat that unfit, undisciplined goof in straight sets. He is pissed off both at squandering two match points in Acapulco and the crap Kyrgios said about him. An angry Rafa is a lethal Rafa. He will then destroy (potentially) 34-year-old Tsonga and skinny Cilic.

  7. People think Rafa has the toughest draw. No, Sugita has the toughest draw.

    R1: Nadal
    R2: Kyrgios
    R3: Shapovalov
    R4: Cilic
    QF: Thiem
    SF: Federer
    F: Djokovic

  8. Nick vs Rafa yummy
    ….with all the controversy…if Nick loses he is just dead from hands of Rafa fans….if Rafa lose he probably won't shake hands…..

  9. U r forgetting that its not just federer & rafa whose seeding has changed in Wimbledon, its everyone from no.2 onwards, so suppose if it would have been the same like other grand slams, then again rafa & roger might have the same kind of difficulty level draw, as all the others would have changed too. & also u read a comment in one of ur live stream that Wimbledon's ranking seems Like rigged & u sort of agreed with that, but in reality its pretty clear with last 2 years grass court ranking points & it was already cleared before halle that if federer wins halle he will be no. 2 seed for sure. It was a simple calculation.

  10. nothing controversial about Fed seeding, this grass court formula has been in play since before Fed won a slam, it benefits all players who have bothered to show up to the grass events- it promotes the smaller events in such a short season, we wouldnt want clay court specialists unbalancing the draw

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