Seed order at Wimbledon 2022

Only one week left to start Wimbledon 2022, the third Grand Slam of the season and the only one held on grass. A special, different date, with that aroma of tradition and where, of course, history will come into play again. With Rafa Nothinglily Novak Djokovic pursuing to go one step further in his particular battle, but also with a Every Swiatek who hasn’t lost a game since February. Before the action begins, even before the main draw is drawn, today we review who will be the 32 top seedsboth in the men’s and women’s box.


  1. Novak Djokovic
  2. Rafael Nadal
  3. Casper Ruud
  4. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  5. Carlos Alcaraz
  6. Felix Auger-Aliasimus
  7. Hubert Hurkacz
  8. Matteo Berrettini
  9. Cameron Norrie
  10. Jannik Sinner
  11. Taylor Fritz
  12. Diego Schwartzman
  13. Denis Shapovalov
  14. Marin Cilic
  15. Reilly Opelka
  16. Pablo Carreno
  17. Robert Baptist
  18. Grigor Dimitrov
  19. Gael Monfils
  20. Alex De Minaur
  21. John Isner
  22. Botic Van de Zandschulp
  23. Nikoloz Basilashvili
  24. Frances Tiafoe
  25. Holger Rune
  26. Miomir Kecmanovic
  27. Filip Krajinovic
  28. Lorenzo Sonego
  29. Daniel Evans
  30. Jenson Brooksby
  31. Tommy Paul
  32. Sebastian Baez

Well, you see, after so many years in the gap, here we will return to the two great legends in the front line of the race. Novak Djokovic y Rafael Nadal, each one on one side of the painting, making us dream of a possible final between the two. Casper Ruud and Setefanos Tsitsipas –two tennis players who still raise a lot of doubts on grass– will be the third and fourth favourites, although we will see how far they go. Matteo Berrettini closes the group of the eight main seeds and Pablo Carrelo the one of the first 16. What does this mean? That any name from 17 to 32 could face in the third round against those who go from 1 to 16. But the worst comes now

What lies beyond the 32 reclassified? Authentic bombs to avoid in those first two rounds that always bring a morrocotudo danger. names like Alexander Davidovich (Junior Wimbledon champion), Brandon Nakashima, Máxime Cressy, Adrian Mandarino, Sam Querrey or Jack Draper can be hidden double-edged swords on the board. And well, we can’t forget about Nick Kyrgios, the monster that no one wants to see. The Australian can face any of the tennis players in the tournament in his debut. ANYONE IS ANYONE. Can you imagine a duel against Rafa? Or before Novak? For the sake of our health, we hope not.


  1. Every Swiatek
  2. Other Kontaveit
  3. Ons Jabeur
  4. Paula Badosa
  5. Maria Sakkari
  6. Karolina Pliskova
  7. Danielle Collins
  8. Jessica Pegula
  9. Garbiñe Muguruza
  10. Emma Raducanu
  11. Cori Gauff
  12. Barbora Krejcikova
  13. Jelena Ostapenko
  14. Leyla Fernandez
  15. Belinda Bencic
  16. Angelique Kerber
  17. Simona Halep
  18. Elena Rybakina
  19. Jil Teichmann
  20. Madison Keys
  21. Amanda Anisimova
  22. Camila Giorgi
  23. Martina Trevisan
  24. Beatriz Haddad Maia
  25. Elise Mertens
  26. Petra Kvitova
  27. Sorana Cirstea
  28. Yulia Putintseva
  29. Alison Riske
  30. Angelina Kalinina
  31. Shelby Rogers
  32. Kaia Kanepi

Authentic revolution that we are experiencing in the top 10 of the women’s ranking in recent months. Every Swiatek he will continue to dictate his order from the top, although he comes to London without tournaments on grass, so his favoritism will not be as wide as on the clay tour. Anett Kontaveit will be the second seeded, while Jabeur and Badosa close the starting quartet. Garbiñe Muguruza He has not been able to sneak into the top eight seeds, so his draw will be a little more complicated than normal. Halep Giorgi or Haddad Mais start as weapons of mass destruction among the favorites, ready to regain their place among the greats.

Once again we have to look beyond the spotlight and find the possible dangers that the women’s team hides waiting in the first and second round of competition. Names to avoid? Ajla Tomljanovic, Sloane Stephens, Dayana Yastremska, Anastasia Potapova or Donna Vekic, among other. In addition to all the British who will seek to give a scare in the first days of competition, knowing that there is no better place than this to make their mark and show that they deserved those WCs.

Now it’s your turn, what do you think of the top seeds? Which rivals are more dangerous beyond the top 32? We read you.



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