World number two Rafael Nadal says “it doesn’t seem right” that he could be seeded behind world number three Roger Federer at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon seeding is different from the other Grand Slams in that it does not always follow world rankings and is affected by grass-court performances.
It means Federer may be seeded ahead of Nadal, who could be in the same half of the draw as Novak Djokovic.
“It’s just Wimbledon that does it,” said 12-time French Open winner Nadal.
Speaking to Spanish TV station #Vamos, Nadal added: “If everyone did it, I think it would be appropriate or correct. Either way, being second or third seed, I have to play at the best level to aspire to the things I aspire to.
“It is better to be second than third, but if they consider that I have to be third, I will accept.”