No More American Male Players At 2013 Wimbledon Tennis Tourney

Bobby Reynolds of the U.S. reacts during his men's singles tennis match against Novak Djokovic of Serbia at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in LondonIf the 2013 Wimbledon had been bad for tennis superstars Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova, it is even worst for the American professional male tennis players.

All 11 participating American men in Wimbledon 2013 had been given the exit cards after all of them were defeated before the third round of the prestigious tennis tournament. According to reports, the last time that no American had qualified for the third round of Wimbledon was way back in 1921.

The series of defeat of American male tennis players has shown the bad state of the United States tennis competition for men. Some of the fast rising American male tennis players who lose in the tournament were Sam Querrey, Ryan Harrison, Steve Johnson, Alex Kuznetsov, Wayne Odesnik, Rajeev Ram and Michael Russell.

Professional tennis experts said the bad showing of the American men in Wimbledon has shown that some of its good players are already on the decline as far as their career is concerned. The experts said it would probably take some time before another male American tennis player can make a name for himself and his country in the sport of professional tennis.

While, the American male tennis players are struggling, the American women’s tennis players are on a roll as of late. American tennis superstar Serena Williams has avoided an upset and is now in the third round of the Wimbledon. The experts said the way she is playing as of late, Williams as a huge chance of winning the Wimbledon tennis tournament this year.