Can Andy Murray go one better than his runner-up finish at Wimbledon 2012?
This year's Wimbledon Championships are set to be the most exciting in years.
Defending champion Roger Federer will be hoping to rebound from his loss to Jo-Wilfred Tsonga at the French Open, and the Swiss believes he can win the Gentlemen's Singles trophy for a record eighth time. Hoping to stop him doing so are Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who won in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
But the big question for British fans is: Will this be Andy Murray's year? The Scot produced some superb tennis to make his first Wimbledon final in 2012, and was playing well enough to beat the majority of players in the showpiece match. Unfortunately for the Scot, he ran into a Federer in vintage form.
Yet Murray will have a distinct advantage over his fellow members of the Big Four at this year's tournament. A lower back injury forced him out of the French Open, meaning that he will be extremely well-rested before travelling to SW19. A year older and wiser, and with the US Open trophy in his cabinet, we can expect to see a more confident Murray take to the court at Wimbledon 2013.
As if that's not enough, there are signs that the chasing pack are ready to break through and challenge the tennis oligarchy. Tsonga's defeat of Federer in Paris is being hailed a potential career-changer; he will also be boosted by memories of his upset of the seven-time Wimbledon champion in 2011. Tomas Berdych is another player who doesn't fear Federer, and he recently posted a superb win over Djokovic in Rome. And while the likes of Juan Martin Del Potro and David Ferrer might not be at their best on grass, they are sure to be competing in the second week and pushing the big names to the limit.
With so much to look forward to, you won't want to miss out on any of the men's matches.
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