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The top three seeds in the 2013 US Open make up the past three winners of the final Grand Slam of the season. The tournament's top seed, Novak Djokovic, would like to avenge last year's five-set loss to 3-seed Andy Murray, while No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal looks to be the last man standing on Arthur Ashe Court for the first time since 2010. Who will take home the title? Click the images below to set your rankings!

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Tomas Berdych

Tomas Berdych

ATP ranking: 5
US Open seed: 5

Juan Martin del Potro

Juan Martin del Potro

ATP ranking: 6
US Open seed: 6

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

ATP ranking: 1
US Open seed: 1

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

ATP ranking: 7
US Open seed: 7

David Ferrer

David Ferrer

ATP ranking: 4
US Open seed: 4

Richard Gasquet

Richard Gasquet

ATP ranking: 9
US Open seed: 8

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

ATP ranking: 3
US Open seed: 3

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal

ATP ranking: 2
US Open seed: 2

Milos Raonic

Milos Raonic

ATP ranking: 11
US Open seed: 10

Stanislas Wawrinka

Stanislas Wawrinka

ATP ranking: 10
US Open seed: 9

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Who will win at Wimbledon?

A Wimbledon marked with early upsets did not go that way as the men's draw narrowed, with No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic outdueling Juan Martin del Potro to solidify his spot in the final, followed by No. 2 seed Andy Murray ousting Jerzy Janowicz to join Djokovic. On the women's side, however, double-digit seeds Marion Bartoli and Sabine Lisicki will both be looking for their first Grand Slam title in the Finals after Serena Williams and a host of other top seeds went down early. Who will be left standing at the end of the fortnight?

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It's a bad year to be a Russian woman or a man named Andy at the U.S. Open. Unfortunately, since Andy Murray's surprising fourth-round loss eliminated the last of either category, that maxim doesn't offer much insight on what's to come in the Big Apple. Luckily, SportsNation bloggers like bball4life578 are here to assist with predictions.

"The Cinderella story continued for the US teenage sensation in Oudin as she took out Nadia Petrova after in 3 sets after a horrible first set. Wozniacki did the same against Svetlana Kuznetsova the other night, so something's got to give. Watching Wozniacki, her second serve is very weak and she'll have to go against a crowd which will be 100 percent behind Oudin as well as a feisty opponent in Oudin. Count me in as a believer in Oudin. I think her Cinderella story continues into the finals." -- Read the full post.

Oudin's match is Wedneday's headliner, but it's not the only Open story. Rafael Nadal lost the first set of his fourth-round match but survived (with a fist pump that has Colin Cowherd and Michelle Beadle wondering if you think he's surpassed Tiger Woods on at least that count -- watch it here). And after fans in the stands backed Kim Clijsters against Venus Williams, will the comeback mom be the crowd favorite against Serena Williams?

49erlakeshow

Kim Clijsters is BACK and she WILL BE THE 2009 OPEN CHAMP (hopefully against Oudin)..I would love to see Melanie win it all though, but I am not keeping my hopes up on her yet.. But Kim will beat Serena and take it all.

-- 49erlakeshow
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Oudin has the potential to make it to the final, but the winner will be either Serena or Kim.

-- fx772k1

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