Olympic Tennis: Predicting 10 Under-the-Radar Players Who May Surprise in London

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Olympic Tennis: Predicting 10 Under-the-Radar Players Who May Surprise in London
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Tennis at the Olympic games have yield some wacky results, since it only occurs every four years. 

Take the 2004 men's singles tournament. Favorites Roger Federer and Andy Roddick (remember, he just won the U.S. Open) were ousted early, and an unlikely trio ended up on the medal podiums: Nicolas Massu (gold), Mardy Fish (silver) and Fernando Gonzalez (bronze).

The women's side has seen less wacky results, but still managed to produce surprise silver medalist Elena Dementieva at Sydney and bronze medalist Alicia Molik at Athens. 

It's pretty safe to say you never know who the last three standing will be. 

Let's look at players that will fly under-the-radar at the All England Club and possibly continue the tradition of unlikely medalists. 

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