Seven of the world number one tennis players are in Russia, where the next world cup will be held.
That means that a total of 22 players will have played in the World Cup, but not all of them will have the chance to represent the United States at the event.
In fact, only five of the 22 players are American.
While it’s unclear how many of those players will actually make the cut for the event, there’s no denying the level of talent in this tournament is unmatched.
Here are the world top 20 tennis players at the Rio Olympics, according to a new analysis.1.
Novak DjokovicNovak Djoncic won the ATP World Tour title with a record-breaking fourth Grand Slam title at the 2018 World Cup.
He is now in the midst of his best season in the game, with a 22-0-1 record in the tournament, including three doubles titles and one Grand Slam.
In the tournament he won a tournament-best 17 of his 18 matches, including a four-set win against Marin Cilic.
This season, Djokos is on a roll.
In two matches he won his last six matches, in which he won five and lost one.
This week, he beat Tomas Berdych in straight sets to win the title.
His dominance at the top of the sport has continued this year.
He has been on the court for the most tennis matches, and he has been playing at a level never seen in his career.
Djok has taken three consecutive matches off a top-five player.2.
FedererFederer is on his way back to the top after a three-year layoff.
After losing his first title at Wimbledon in 2014, Federer went on to win four more in a row, including an epic second-round defeat to Stan Wawrinka.
He won his fifth title in 2018 at Roland Garros and will be on the verge of another victory in Rio.3.
Nadal Nadal was the last player to win a major title at a major tournament, but he’s never won a major.
Nadals first Grand Slam victory came in 2015 at Roland Nagoya, where he beat Andy Murray 3-0 in a final-set thriller.
He then won the title at Roland Steenkopf Stadium in 2019, defeating Roger Federer in a three set match in the semifinals.
Nadas first major title came in 2018 in Paris, when he defeated Andy Murray 6-6 in a four set match.4.
Djoko Djokoti Djokotic is on an incredible run of form, and has been one of the best players in the world for several years.
Djoker is on the rise, too.
The Croatian is on pace to become the first player to reach 20 Grand Slam titles and a World Cup title.
He will be a contender for his third major title, which will also be his eighth in the sport.5.
Stan WawskiWawrinski has been in the mix for some of the most prestigious tournaments in tennis history, including Wimbledon and the Australian Open.
Wawslinski had a stellar 2017 season, winning the title in Sydney and then taking a second title at Steen Kropf Stadium at Wimborne in 2019.
He’s won a number of titles, including the Australian and the French Open titles.
Wawski has also been one the most consistent players in tennis, finishing in the top 10 in the ATP rankings four times.6.
Marin Cilic Marin Cillic is one of those tennis superstars who will likely be in the running for the best player in the event’s history.
Cilic has been a force in the European game, winning titles in 2017 at Roland and in 2018 with the Italian national team.
His run to a fourth-place finish at Wimbourne in 2018 has him in contention for a record fifth title.
This is the first time he will play in Rio and he will be competing alongside the likes of Federer, Nadal, Djoko and Stan.7.
Nadim ZamanNadal is on another tear, with two consecutive Wimbledon titles.
He had a fantastic season in 2018, winning three titles and winning his first major.
This was followed by a second straight Wimbledon title in 2019 and a Wimbledon final appearance in 2021.
He now has six titles in the majors, with the Wimbledon quarterfinals and the US Open semifinals.8.
Roger FedressRoger Fedress won a second Grand Slam, this time at Roland Kropfm, in 2018.
He did not lose to Andy Murray in the finals.
Fedress was dominant in the quarterfinals, beating Nadal in straight set sets in the third round.
In 2019, Fedress took a win over Andy Murray to capture his second Wimbledon crown, and then won Wimbledon for the fourth time.
He also has three major titles in his catalog,