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The 16 qualified for the final table of Wimbledon

After the Wimbledon men’s qualifying phase, the 16 tennis players who have been able to access the main draw are known to be in the draw for the 128 players who will fight for the Grand Slam title that is played on grass.

Clasificados (ATP) main draw Wimbledon

Bernabé Zapata (Spain, 25 years old)

The Spanish player Bernabé Zapata, who was the main seed, got the pass for the second consecutive year to compete in Wimbledon. He has managed to defeat Yuki Bhambri, Antoine Hoang and Salvatore Caruso in their qualifying clashes. Last year he was close to the first victory but Cristian Garín defeated him in five sets. It will be the fifth time that he disputes the final table of a Grand Slam with the best presence of him a few weeks ago reaching the round of 16 at Roland Garros.

Jason Kubler (Australia, 29 years old)

The Australian tennis player has taken a big step forward in recent months. In 2018 he already knew what it means to be in the final draw at Wimbledon and this time he will seek his third Grand Slam victory after this year he won the first round at Roland Garros and in 2018 he achieved it at the US Open. In the previous phase played in Roehampton he has eliminated Cem Ilkel, Thiago Tirante and Elias Ymer.

Dennis Novak (Austria, 28 years old)

The year of his Wimbledon debut, he managed to win two matches to reach the third round. In addition, he has two more appearances in the main draw and with which it will be the fourth time he has done so. In the last round of qualifying, he had a hard time beating Stefan Kozlov. He was ahead two sets to zero, came back from the American and was able to win in the fifth. His other two victims were Jonas Foretjek and Federico Gaio.

Andrea Vavassori (Italy, 27 years)

The tennis player born on May 5, 1995 will make his debut in a Grand Slam main draw in the individual modality. He had made it into the double five times, but this Wimbledon will be special as he will be among the top 128 tennis players. To do so, he has defeated Bradley Klahn, Joao Menezes and Zdenek Kolar.

Maximiliam Marterer (Germany, 27 years old)

A tennis player who has had to go through intervals of injuries and lately finds himself impregnated in the Challenger circuit although he knows what it is to be within the Top 100 for several weeks. It is costing him that objective but after having surpassed the previous one in the Australian Open, at Wimbledon he has done it again playing his second Grand Slam final table during this 2022 beating Varillas, Pellegrino and Moreno de Alborán. It will be his second appearance at Wimbledon. This German knows what it is to reach the last 16 of a Grand Slam. He did it at Roland Garros during 2018.

Marc Andrea Huesler (Switzerland, 25)

The Swiss who is gradually on his way up and this week is four places out of the Top 100. Therefore, the debut in the Grand Slam main draw for Marc Andrea Huesler arrives. He has done it by eliminating Kacper Zuk, Andrej Martin and Jason Jung.

Radu Albot (Moldova, 32)

The Moldovan has extensive experience of being able to contest Grand Slam main draws as he has been in the Top 100 for quite some time. It will be the 25th time he has been in a main draw. At Wimbledon, his best result has been reaching the third round, having achieved it in 2018. It is his best in a Grand Slam although he has also achieved it at the Australian Open and the US Open. In this preview, he has beaten Roberto Marcora, Michael Mmoh and Sebastian Ofner.

Lukas Klein (Slovakia, 24 years old)

At 24 years old, Lukas Klein will make his debut in the main draw of a Grand Slam. He will be in a very special place like the All England Tennis Club. Especially during the last few months he has been able to take an important step on the Challenger circuit and this great work is shown here. The current World No.224, he took down tough competitors like Billy Harris, Yannick Hanfmann and Andreas Seppi.

Enzo Couacaud (France, 27 years old)

We will have the first presence of Frenchman Enzo Couacaud in a main draw other than Roland Garros. He debuted last year at Roland Garros adding his first victory in a major category tournament, and he will try it in this edition of the championship on grass. His three victims have been Emilio Gómez, Facundo Mena and Dimitar Kuzmanov.

Mikhail Kukushkin (Kazakhstan, 34 years old)

The Kazakh was one of the tennis players who stood out in the qualifying phase of the current Wimbledon. A tennis player with a lot of experience and it will be the tenth time that he will compete in the final draw of the third Grand Slam of the season with his best result being the round of 16, which was in 2019. He played a very special match since it was the last of the race by Philipp Kohlschreiber. His other two rivals were Lorenzo Giustino and Zsombor Piros.

Lukas Rosol (Czech Republic, 36 years old)

The Czech player was not going through the best moments of his career and that could be seen in his ranking since he is No.278 in the world. Wimbledon, however, has always been very special to him and it will be the seventh time he will play the final draw. He will return five years later, although his last final draw was Roland Garros in 2019. His best result in London has been a third round. His passage through the previous phase has been without losing a set against Thiago Seyboth Wild, Cristopher Eubanks and Renzo Olivo.

Alexander Ritschard (Switzerland, 28 years old)

Like his compatriot Marc Andrea Huesler, Ritschard, who is ranked No.192 in the world, will contest his first Grand Slam final draw. The Swiss who was nationalized a few months ago since he was previously an American, has defeated Parker, Nicolás Kicker and Duje Ajdukovic.

Max Purcell (Australia, 24 years old)

Purcell had set out to focus on her doubles career after reaching the Australian Open final in 2020 but has also shown that her singles career can be doable. This will be the third main draw she has contested after doing so at the Australian Open and the US Open. World No.156, he has defeated Gijs Brouwer, Gastao Elias and Nuno Borges showing that he has good skills to compete on grass.

Jack Sock (USA, 29 years old)

The American was another of the outstanding tennis players in this previous phase. After a few years without reaching that level, it seems that little by little he is recovering it and it is being seen in his results. Also, he is already World No.102. Four years later he will play at Wimbledon having his best record in the third round held in 2016. The former Top 10, he came through the qualifier without losing a set against Andrea Collarini, Constant Lestienne and Hugo Grenier.

Nicola Kuhn (Germany, 22 years old)

The recently nationalized German, since until a few months ago he was Spanish, is the youngest tennis player to have passed this qualifying phase. It will be at Wimbledon when he makes his Grand Slam main draw debut. To do so, the No.246 in the ATP ranking had to defeat Mate Valkusz, Cedrik Marcel Stebe and Rinky Hijikata.

Christian Harrison (USA, 29 years old)

The little brother of the Harrisons will compete in the main draw at Wimbledon again, having done so in 2018. It is the third time he has played a main draw in his career and he will be looking for his first win. In the doubles, however, in 2012 he already knew how to make a quarterfinal at the US Open. In his quest to enter the top 128 of the tournament, the current No.248, he defeated Matusevich, Dalibor Svrcina and Daniel Masur.

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