Levine's Run Ends at Wimbledon
Former Gator great Jesse Levine's great week at Wimbledon has come to an end. Just a qualifier, Levine, who's 21 and from Boca Raton, couldn't extend his run in the men's tournament, losing to 19th-seed Stanislas Wawrinka 5-7, 7-5, 6-3, 6-3. That leaves #6 Andy Roddick as the last American man in the tournament. Levine now hopes to lift his ranking high enough to be able to gain direct entry into the main draw at the U.S. Open.
Future goals aside, Levine won't soon forget his first victories - or longest stay so far - at Wimbledon. "Walking in, you see everything, and it's kind of overwhelming because you see it on TV," he said. "But now I'm kind of in the swing of things. My coach, it was actually his first time here, so it was pretty cool to show it to him, and he was in awe of
everything. It's just so prestigious here."
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