2012 Wimbledon Men's Draw: Novak Djokovic Gets Former No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero In Opening Round

The men's draw for Wimbledon 2012 has been announced, and with names like Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadel and Roger Federer all vying to become Wimbledon champions once again, you know there are going to be a few showdowns at the All England Club this year.

Novak Djokovic has drawn former No. 1 in the world Juan Carlos Ferrero for his first match of the tourney, a meeting between that has seen five years go by without a rematch. Roger Federer will face off against Albert Ramos in his opening round match, looking for his amazing seventh Wimbledon title. As for Rafael Nadal, he will be up against Thomaz Bellucci in his first round match.

Los Angeles local Mardy Fish will take on Spain's Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo in his opening round matchup as well.

For a complete look at the men's draw, you can check out Wimbledon's website, including a full, printable bracket.

For more on Wimbeldon 2012, make sure to head over to SB Nation's dedicated tennis hub.

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