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It's unlikely that any American men are going to go very deep in this tournament, but there are a lot of opportunities for first-week wins for Team USA.
John Isner (No. 9) has a good chance to make it to the second week of Wimbledon if he doesn't overcomplicate things like he has a tendency to do. He opens up against a Brit, Daniel Smethurst, and then would face Jarkko Nieminen or Federico Delbonis in the second.
His first seeded opponent would be Feliciano Lopez (No. 19) in the third, followed by Stanislas Wawrinka (No. 5) in the fourth. Federer's in his quarter. If the Swiss guys have trouble, Isner could be the big beneficiary.
Sam Querrey, who finally showed signs of life this week at Eastbourne, opens up against fellow American Bradley Klahn. He could face struggling Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (No. 14) in the second round, with Mikhail Youzhny (No. 17) in the third round. This is a great draw for the unseeded Querrey right up until the fourth round, where he would face Djokovic. A run to the fourth round of a major could help get his season back on track.
Steve Johnson has an opportunity to win a round or two. He faces Roberto Bautista Agut (No. 27) in the first round, and then he would get Tobias Kamke or Jan Hernych in the second round. Murray would await in the third.
Qualifier Alex Kuznetsov also is in a decent section, playing Fabio Fognini (No. 16) in the first round, Tim Puetz or Teymuraz Gabashvili in the second and Kevin Anderson (No. 20) in the third.
Fellow qualifier Ryan Harrison didn't get as lucky with the draw—no surprise there—and he'll face off against his peer Grigor Dimitrov (No. 11) in the first round. Donald Young, who was impressive at the French Open, will face Benjamin Becker in the first round, and then possibly Alexandr Dolgopolov (No. 21) in the second. That's a great chance to make another third round, where Dimitrov would await.
Jack Sock opens up against Pierre-Hugues Herbert, and then he could get Milos Raonic (No. 8) in the second round. Considering the big-serving Canadian is not comfortable on grass, Sock could get the upset. Denis Kudla has Marsel Ilhan in the first, followed by Kei Nishikori (No. 10) in the second.