Predictions for Wimbledon
With Roger Federer out of the running at Wimbledon, the team at FanFeedr are firmly convinced that Rafael Nadal is going to win it all, bum ankle or not
Ty Ahmad-Taylor, CEO and Founder of FanFeedr and Greg Schneider, Community Manager, discuss in episode 15 why they are convinced Rafael Nadal will win Wimbledon for the men and why Maria Sharapova is the women’s favorite. They also discuss the article by Richard Williams of The Guardian about the notion of Roger Federer being washed up.
To listen to everything Ty and Greg has to say about Wimbledon this week, please check out the video here: youtube.com/watch?v=y1lEnNocnC4
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