Well-Groomed Wimbledon Winners of the Last 10 Years
Being a world-class tennis player takes dedication and devotion, but somehow these gorgeous Wimbledon winners find the time to keep themselves well-groomed. They’re all stars on the tennis pitch, but which one would be the best model for the Dorco Men’s Shaver? Let’s take a look at how these winners of the Wimbledon men’s singles event stack up against each other, both on and off the court.
1. Novak Djokovic
Serbian sports star Novak Djokovic first picked up a Tennis racket at the tender age of 4 years old. Coach Jelena Gencic immediately noticed his focus and talent and predicted that he would grow up to be a champion. Novak played tennis throughout his childhood and attended the German Niki Pilic Tennis Academy when he was just 13, before he had even experienced his first shave. Since those early years, Djokovic has won dozens of prestigious tennis championships, including the men’s singles at Wimbledon in 2011, 2014 and 2015. Many people consider him to be the best tennis player in the world, but does Novak Djokovic have what it takes to be the perfectly groomed model that Dorco needs for the Men’s Shaver?
2. Andy Murray
There’s nothing like home-grown sporting talent to unite the British public. He may have healed some long-standing sporting rifts between the English and Scots, but could Andy Murray convince British men to start taking care of their facial hair? With his smooth-shaven baby face, this popular Wimbledon champ could be an asset to any razor marketing campaign. Would it match up to the glory of winning the Wimbledon men’s singles in 2013? no-oneknows, but one thing is for sure: without votes from the Great British public, Andy Murray is doomed to settle for second place once again.
3. Roger Federer
Swiss, suave and 17 times Grand Slam champion, Roger Federer is a great candidate to be the face of any marketing campaign. The last time he won the Wimbledon men’s singles title was in 2012, followed by narrowly losing out to Novak Djokovic in 2014 and 2015. Roger Federer may be out of luck at Wimbledon in recent years, but could he be fortunate enough to win recognition from fans of Dorco razors?
4. Rafael Nadal
Over the last decade, the Wimbledon men’s singles competition has been dominated by just four men. The final man to make the winner’s list in the past decade is Rafael Nadal, who claimed the first place spot in 2008 and 2010. Along with his incredible skills on the tennis court, Rafael Nadal is also known for his beautiful wavy hair, which is perfectly accentuated by his clean-shaven face. Could this winner of 14 Grand Slam titles be the winner among Dorco fans?
All tennis fans have a player that they love to cheer on during the heady days of the Wimbledon men’s singles battle, which in 2016 will begin on Monday 27 June. The finals are expected to take place on 8 July on Center Court, after which one man will be crowned champion over all others. Before speculating about who will clinch the title this year, there’s a more pressing question to answer: who would be the best model for Men’s Shaver? Vote now to help your favourite tennis star win.