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'It doesn't seem right' - Nadal questions Wimbledon seeding

BBC News Tuesday, 25 June 2019
'It doesn't seem right' - Nadal questions Wimbledon seedingWorld number two Rafael Nadal says "it doesn't seem right" that Wimbledon's formula means he could be seeded behind world number three Roger Federer.
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That means Nadal, who is ranked second in the world but has struggled on grass in recent years, could meet defending champion Djokovic in the semifinals in the grass-court grand slam. Wimbledon is the only one of the four majors not to follow world rankings and takes into account form on grass....

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