Wimbledon is just one week away and the excitement for the most famous tournament in tennis is starting to build.
It is likely to be a fantastic few weeks at the All English Tennis Club with the world’s best players going head to head.
Novak Djokovic goes into the tournament as the favourite which is no surprise given his recent form in Grand Slams. The Serbian was also the winner at Wimbledon last year.
Djokovic is the current number one in the world and so far this year has won one Grand Slam and finished as a runner up in the other.
His biggest challenge will come from Rafael Nadal who will be full of confidence after winning the French Open earlier in the month.
The Spaniard has a good record at Wimbledon, in the last five times he has played at SW 19 he has made the final and has gone all the way to win the tournament twice.
You can never write Roger Federer off when it comes to this competition. He has lifted the trophy an incredible six times but has not been victorious since 2009 and has only managed to make it to the quarter-finals in the last two years.
Federer has not won a Grand Slam since 2010 so will be desperate for success this time out.
Andy Murray is still without a Grand Slam title and he will feel as though his best chance comes at Wimbledon as he will have the backing of his own fans.
Murray has been the nearly man at SW 19 over recent years, making the semi-final in each of the last three years.
The likes of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Milos Raonic and Juan Martin Del Potro will also be hoping for a successful tournament at Wimbledon this summer.
Novak Djokovic leads the way with the bookmakers at the moment and you can back him at 2.75 (7/4) with Bet365 to put together back to back victories.
Rafael Nadal will be confident of his chances of going all the way, he is being offered at 3.50 (5/2) with Paddy Power.
Roger Federer can be backed at 6.50 (11/2) with VC Bet to win his seventh title at Wimbledon.
Andy Murray is a slight outsider to win his first Grand Slam with odds of 11.00 (10/1) with BWIN.
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Murray has been eliminated in the semi-final in the last three years of the competition. This happening again can be backed at 3.00 (2/1) with William Hill.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga looks to be in a decent bit of form and the moment and could cause a few surprises at Wimbledon this year. Tsonga going all the way and winning the tournament has odds of 34.00 (33/1) with SportingBet.