The No. 1 player looks spent. The French Open champ is having trouble on grass. The top 10 is littered with contenders. So what can we expect at Wimbledon? Zack Pierce has five big questions for the women.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central
Are the young stars ready?
The top 10 of the women's rankings has a couple of fresh faces this year -- Victoria Azarenka (pictured) and Caroline Wozniacki. Both have had limited Grand Slam success so far, but that breakthrough performance could be coming anytime. With no universally dominant players to contend with, the time seems right for a new face to make a deep run at Wimbledon.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central
Can Kuznetsova transition to grass?
She made top-ranked Dinara Safina look silly in the French Open final, but Svetlana Kuznetsova has never done well at Wimbledon. She's made the quarterfinals three times, but no better. A first-round loss at Eastbourne this week just adds fuel to the fire for those who doubt if the two-time Slam champ can contend on grass after a grueling (but successful) clay season.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central
Is Sharapova back to normal?
Her inspiring run at the French Open settled some concerns over whether Maria Sharapova could be a contender again at the big tournaments. Now, she's back at the site of her career-making performance. She won Wimbledon in 2004, but her showings there have declined ever since. A healthy Sharapova would be a real threat at the All England Club.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central
Will Safina recover from her meltdown?
Dinara Safina looked more like an over-stressed junior than a No. 1 player in her brutal loss to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the French Open final. The Russian lost control of her emotions and her game in a quick defeat in Paris. She's still No. 1 but also still without a Grand Slam title. She needs a strong effort to regain the confidence in the game that got her to the top ranking.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central
Can Venus keep up her grass-court dominance?
She's won three of the last four Wimbledon titles -- and five overall -- and always seems to be at her best at the All England Club. That third-round loss at the French Open might actually be a good omen for the elder Williams sister -- her Wimbledon wins in 2007 and 2008 both came after third-round exits at Roland Garros.More on Wimbledon: Five big questions for the men | Wimbledon Central