7 reasons Rafael Nadal will be one of the biggest threats at Wimbledon this year
The Spaniard is a two-time champion and a three-time runner-up at SW19, and reached the semifinals the last two times he played at the All-England Club, too.
Meanwhile, Beatriz Haddad Maia cracks the Top 30 after capturing her second straight WTA title in Birmingham.
The reigning Olympic champion, a former No. 4 herself, defeated No. 6-ranked Maria Sakkari in the semifinals of the WTA 500 grass-court event on Saturday.
The 2019 Wimbledon champion has picked up right where she left off three years ago in Birmingham this week.
The Ukrainian, who’s been ranked as high as No. 21 herself, took out No. 16 Jelena Ostapenko in Birmingham today.
With his 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas in Halle today, the Australian is now 17-16 against the group.
The Tunisian will become just the sixth woman ever to play doubles with Serena in tour-level competition.