The first piece was mostly about the well-known players, those who claimed all the glory from the ATP circuit in the past decade. The second one will give some insight about what it comes next, namely the younger players who recently made a name for themselves. There will come a day when names like Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, Murray or Wawrinka will be inhistory and others will rule the ATP circuit. So, a brief presentation of novelty seems proper, especially prior to a Grand Slam.

The Austrian hope.

Dominic Thiem is by far the biggest surprise of this season. He won his first event on grass in Stuttgart.

In his way to the title he stunned Roger Federer. At Gerry Weber Open inHalle, he reached the semifinals. Overall, he had a bumper crop prior to Wimbledon Championship. He also reached semifinals at the Roland Garros a couple of weeks ago. The 22-years-old Austrian player might bear the flag of the new generation in men`s Tennis. Although, he has some serious adversaries in this matter. Currently, he is ranked as no. 8 ATP.

The young German rising star.

Alexander Zverev, 19, is a young German tennis player who displays a huge growth potential. Like Thiem, he can brag out loud about his stunning win against Federer in Halle semifinals. Despite this morale-boosting win in the semis, he lost the final against his fellow compatriot Florian Mayer.

Overall, he had great results throughout this season. Now, he is ranked 28 in the world and the future looks good for the young German.

Aussies have theirpart.

These two Aussie players are waving around top 20 for a while now. Bernard Tomic, 23, seems to get some extra maturity. As a result, in 2016, his result showed some signs of improvement.

Nick Kyrgios remains an eternal hope. Maybe, this Wimbledon will be his genuine breakthrough. His playing style relied on serve and volley fits best to the grass. Both players are still far from what they are capable of.

The first youth is gone.

David Goffin fits in the same ship with Milos Raonic. Both players are around 25 years of age, but it seems that they never were able to reach out their maximum peak.

Raonic played the finals in Queen`s and once again he lost against Andy Murray. Somehow, the Canadian can`t deal with Murray`s pace.Goffin and Raonic might lookthe same but it`s not the case. A few seasons ago, Milos Raonic made his way almost to the top. His highest peak was the world no. 4. On the other side, Goffin`s path went slowly but constantly up. The Belgian has now reached ATP no. 11, his best ranking so far.

All the premises are metso that Wimbledon can provide nearly two weeks full of magical tennis. Starting with June 27, the hardcore tennis fans will have no reason to getbored.

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