Wimbledon 2014: Early Predictions Post-French Open

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Wimbledon 2014: Early Predictions Post-French Open
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Andy Murray kisses trophy after winning the 2013 Wimbledon title.

The dust has barely settled on the 2014 French Open, and already all eyes have shifted toward London and the All England Club.

The Championships, Wimbledon begin June 23. The short turnaround between tournaments leaves players little time to wallow in self pity or even savor victories. 

Next year, players will have more time to regroup. In 2015 there will be three weeks between the French Open and Wimbledon. But for now, ready or not, Wimbledon is on its way and with it comes questions about how players will respond post-Roland Garros. 

Can Andy Murray redeem himself after such a poor performance in the French Open semifinals? Will Maria Sharapova be adding another Venus Rosewater dish to her collection of trophies? 

Last year several top-seeded players lost in early rounds. There were also a rash of retirements. The weird, wacky Wimbledon of 2013 proved anything is possible.

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