What the 2014 Wimbledon Title Would Mean for Tennis' Top Players

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What the 2014 Wimbledon Title Would Mean for Tennis' Top Players
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All tennis superstars, journeymen and aspiring contenders want to win the 2014 Wimbledon title. It's the tennis dream of anyone who has ever gripped a racket. But as always, there are different rewards and effects for each player.

The tennis landscape will be slightly altered or very different depending on which WTA and ATP players eventually hold the hardware.

It would be a career achievement for veteran second-tier players like Tomas Berdych, David Ferrer and Jelena Jankovic. However, the sports world in general may not pay as much attention, and it would figure in a minimal way to the future of tennis.

There are also plenty of young players like Milos Raonic, Eugenie Bouchard and Sloane Stephens who may or may not be able to win their first major. But such a win could signal a new force in tennis.

The superstars always have the most riding on a major title. This slideshow examines how the top players could be in position to add to their legacy and perhaps make more waves in changing the near future of tennis. We will alternately present five of the important top players from each of the WTA and ATP.

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