Former ATP top 20 player Xavier Malisse gives analysis on Wimbledon

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Former ATP top 20 player Xavier Malisse gives analysis on Wimbledon

Former ATP top 20 player Xavier Malisse says Murray's preformance at Queens will stand him in good stead for his Wimbledon play. 

The Belgian player, who was once ranked 19 in the Association of Tennis Professionals' rankings says his major contender for the final will be Novac Djokovic.

However, he also said Roger Federer shouldn't be discounted despite the relative age of his career.

Malisse once faced Federer in the semi-finals of Wimbledon before his retirement in 2012.

He was speaking to promote the Fan's Academy campaign, which is in association with BNP Paribas, who are sponsoring the Davis Cup - the campaign is attempting to get more fans into tennis. 

BNP Paribas is launching the world's first tennis fans' academy in conjunction with John McEnroe. Click here for more information-


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