US Open Tennis 2014: Early Predictions Post-Wimbledon

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US Open Tennis 2014: Early Predictions Post-Wimbledon
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Rafael Nadal poses with U.S. Open trophy after winning the title in 2013.

As Wimbledon's well-worn grass on Centre Court bids farewell to the world's best tennis players, the hard courts of Flushing Meadows await.

So do questions about how the Wimbledon results will impact U.S. Open play. 

Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer delivered a high-quality match in the men's final. The women's final was a showcase for Petra Kvitova and a learning experience for Eugenie Bouchard.

All of the Wimbledon finalists will probably do just fine at the U.S. Open. But what about other players?

Serena Williams raised eyebrows and questions when she appeared wobbly in her second-round doubles match. Can she rebound in time to salvage her season? How about all those players born in the 1990s? How will they perform on the hard courts? 

As the final leg of the season gets underway, the following are some awfully early predictions for the U.S. Open. 

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