With the British and European male dominance in Wimbledon, Andy Roddick claims that the US young men will dominate the Wimbledon Grand Slam in the next three to four years. He predicted these teens might end the reign of Djokovic, Murray and Federer.
The former Grand Slam champion predicted that the American teens will be the frontliners in putting the US professional tennis back on the Wimbledon map. If this happens, someone can partner with Serena Williams, also an American, who won her 22nd Grand Slam singles title recently.
Roddick was actually referring to the current American teenagers Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe, and Tommy Paul, Philly reported. These are the same group of young men who could defeat the current topnotch professional tennis players: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray from Europe and UK, respectively.
In a few years time, the US team in Men Singles will dominate the world tennis as well as in the Wimbledon.
“I am excited about the younger prospects in American’s men’s tennis. I’m probably as optimistic about what American men’s tennis will be like in three years as I’ve ever been,” Roddick cited.
He anticipated that in the next three to five years, something incredible will happen in the American men’s singles.
In the meantime, Roddick is preparing for his nearing comeback in the World Team Tennis this August. He teased fans about the mixed gender league and what to expect in the event.
Roddick mentioned about the fast-paced energy, quicker, and faster one-set matches. Hence, tennis fans will surely won’t want to miss a second as the matches will maintain everyone’s attention.
According to him, the players’ attitude on the sport has becoming more interactive. Thus, his predictions of the US tennis’ future might come true.
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