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Meet America's Hottest Tennis Hunks

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The planet’s top tennis players are taking to the grass courts in England this week for the Wimbledon Championships. So who is representing the U.S.A.? Some of the hottest American men hoping for a match point. So, meet Andy Roddick, John Isner, Sam Querrey and Mardy Fish.

Andy Roddick
This Nebraska native, 27, is the No.1 American tennis player and is ranked No. 7 in the world. He’s won more than $18 million in prize money over his career, according to figures from the ATP. When not on the court, this hottie spends time with his wife, model Brooklyn Decker, who is also into sports – that is, she appeared on the cover of the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

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John Isner
This boyishly handsome tennis star, 25, made his pro debut in 2007 and has already earned more than $1 million in tournament money – that’s a lot of aces! The 6′ 9″ powerhouse is the No. 2 ranked American player (and ranked No. 19 overall). And good news, ladies: He recently said on his Web site that he currently doesn’t have a girlfriend. “It’s hard to have a healthy relationship with a girl considering all the traveling I have to do,” he commented.

Sam Querrey
He’s only 22, but this Californian is already ranked No. 21 in the world. Querrey turned down a full scholarship from the University of Southern California to go pro in 2006. And it looks like he knew what he was doing – his winnings have already topped more than $2 million, according to stats on the ATP Web site.

Mardy Fish
Ranked No. 73 in the world, Fish, 28, went pro in 2000 at the age of 18. Every December, he teams up with childhood friend and country music star Jake Owen to host Mardy’s Tennis and Jake’s Music Fest in Vero Beach, Fla. And he s all about camaraderie with his fellow American pros: He trains with fellow player Isner and lived with Roddick for a year in 1999. Talk about a whole lot of hunk under one roof.