Power Ranking the Top 20 Men's Tennis Players After the 2013 French Open

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Power Ranking the Top 20 Men's Tennis Players After the 2013 French Open
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French Open 2013 was an exciting and often unpredictable tournament outside of Rafael Nadal's usual trophy ceremony. It featured an epic clash of champions with Nadal vs. Djokovic in the semifinals, a Horatio Alger hero in David Ferrer and a most unwelcome fireworks display during the men's final.

The victory feast has hardly cooled, but the scene will now shift from Dante's red clay inferno to the idyllic green lawns of Wimbledon tradition. But before bidding "adieu" to the French Open, there are several shifting stories that have redefined some of the roles for the players on stage.

The following is a look at the recent performances of twenty players who are most likely to build on their French Open momentum or disappointments to be strong contenders at Wimbledon.

Here are your contestants.

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