Tennis - Wimbledon 2018


If there is one competition in the UK calendar that signifies the start of summer, then this is it. The oldest and the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, it is the only Grand Slam to be played on grass, and is packed with tradition. In this free dataset we're showing who charts highest in the singles competitions.

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The Wimbledon 2018 Men's Players List

The table below shows the marketing value of Wimbledon Men's Singles competition contenders, based on our unique algorithm, showing their Influencer score and their fans across the key social networks.

1. Rafael Nadal Spain 36.1m fans 999.0
2. Roger Federer Switzerland 32.8m fans 992.8
3. Novak Djokovic Serbia 20.4m fans 986.5
4. Juan Martin Del Potro Argentina 7.2m fans 974.0
5. Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 3.4m fans 967.8
6. Kei Nishikori Japan 2.0m fans 961.5
7. Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 2.0m fans 955.3
8. Nick Kyrgios Australia 1.8m fans 949.1
9. David Ferrer Spain 1.6m fans 942.8
10. Gael Monfils France 1.2m fans 936.6
11. Milos Ranic Canada 997.6k fans 930.3
12. Dominic Thiem Austria 811.5k fans 924.1
13. John Isner United States of America 689.1k fans 917.8
14. Feliciano Lopez Spain 664.0k fans 911.6
15. Alexander Zverev Germany 605.3k fans 905.3
16. Fernando Verdasco Spain 576.2k fans 899.1
17. Marin Cilic Croatia 499.3k fans 892.9
18. David Goffin Belgium 442.3k fans 886.6
19. Fabio Fognini Italy 436.3k fans 880.4
20. Diego Schwartzman Argentina 376.4k fans 874.1
21. Richard Gasquet France 355.5k fans 867.9
22. Denis Shapovalov Canada 351.4k fans 861.6
23. Borna Coric Croatia 299.1k fans 849.2
24. Jack Sock United States of America 279.2k fans 842.9
25. Kevin Anderson South Africa 260.5k fans 836.7
26. Lucas Pouille France 244.6k fans 830.4
27. Benoit Paire France 241.3k fans 824.2
28. Stefanos Tsitsipas Greece 238.8k fans 817.9
29. Joao Sousa Portugal 238.8k fans 811.7
30. Vasek Pospisil Canada 210.4k fans 805.4

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The Wimbledon 2018 Women's Players List

The table below shows the overall marketing value of Wimbledon Women's Singles competition contenders, based on our unique algorithm, showing their Influencer score and their fans across the key social networks.

1. Maria Sharapova Russian Federation 27.1m fans 999.0
2. Serena Williams United States of America 26.4m fans 991.8
3. Caroline Wozniacki Denmark 6.0m fans 984.5
4. Venus Williams United States of America 5.1m fans 977.3
5. Victoria Azarenka Belarus 3.4m fans 970.0
6. Simona Halep Romania 2.7m fans 962.8
7. Angelique Kerber Germany 1.8m fans 955.6
8. Garbine Muguruza Spain 1.6m fans 948.3
9. Petra Kvitova Czech Republic 1.6m fans 941.1
10. Agnieszka Radwanska Poland 1.5m fans 933.8
11. Dominika Cibulkova Slovakia 1.2m fans 926.6
12. Monica Puig Puerto Rico 1.2m fans 919.4
13. Naomi Osaka Japan 1.1m fans 912.1
14. Sloane Stephens United States of America 767.6k fans 904.9
15. Elina Svitolina Ukraine 687.0k fans 890.4
16. Ons Jabeur Tunisia 659.0k fans 883.2
17. Andrea Petkovic Germany 573.3k fans 875.9
18. Karolina Pliskova Czech Republic 567.3k fans 868.7
19. Belinda Bencic Switzerland 555.7k fans 861.5
20. Sorana Cirstea Romania 517.5k fans 854.2
21. Madison Keys United States of America 479.5k fans 847.0
22. Kristina Mladenovic France 475.1k fans 839.7
23. Camila Giorgi Italy 473.3k fans 832.5
24. Alize Cornet France 431.9k fans 825.3
25. Lucie Safarova Czech Republic 392.6k fans 810.8
26. Heather Watson Great Britain 367.8k fans 803.5
27. Caroline Garcia France 346.2k fans 796.3
28. Julia Goerges Germany 304.2k fans 789.1
29. Svetlana Kuznetsova Russian Federation 294.2k fans 774.6
30. Donna Vekic Croatia 261.3k fans 760.1

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