As the second week of The Championships, Wimbledon is about to commence, there are still Americans alive, contending for the Wimbledon title in both the gentlemen's and ladies' draws. And there are some doubles' teams representing the U.S.A. still alive for Wimbledon championships.
Andy Roddick and Sam Querrey were both eliminated in the third round Saturday. If both had won, the Americans would have had four representatives in the fourth round of the gentlemen's draw at Wimbledon.
For a country which pretty much dominated the championships for much of the 70s, 80s and 90s, it has been rough sledding for much of the past decade. But in 2012, there remain a number of players who could represent the country with Wimbledon titles.