Grass courts present new challenges
Nadal and Djokovic are ranked Nos. 1 and 2, but Federer still lives for the lawn
The grass is slower and the bounces higher, but knowing how to play on the surface still counts for something these days. A few players consistently do well at Wimbledon, while others do not have the results their rankings might suggest. Here's a look at who has the best grass-court records on tour.
He may no longer be No. 1, but Roger Federer still leads the field on grass. He has 14 titles on the surface and a winning percentage of 87.4 percent, the best in the Open era. With seven Wimbledon ...
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