Wimbledon 2011: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and 20 Bold Predictions Part II

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Wimbledon 2011: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and 20 Bold Predictions Part II
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Yesterday, we looked at predictions 20-11 and covered the excitement that is building for Isner vs. Mahut round two. We also looked at the looming bad weather and the havoc it could wreak, the rise of the Spanish Armada and the decline of their American counterparts.

With dominance at the top of the men's game and relatively manageable paths through the early rounds for the world's top players, the second week could easily be host to seven of the eight top seeds.

A tall order as it has only happened only once before, in 1969; such a outcome would set the stage for an epic finale at The All England Club.

With a star studded quarterfinals likely, who will emerge to reach the semis. Will all top four seeds survive? Will we see a repeat of the French Open finals or will Andy Murray or Novak Djokovic break through. At the end of the day who will be the last man standing and the one to raise the trophy?

Let's find out. Here are the remaining 10-1 bold predictions for this year's 2011 Wimbledon men's draw. 

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