The #2 seed Roger Federer kicks off his bid to add another Grand Slam title to his rich resume as he opens up with Damir Dzhumhur from Bosnia & Herzegovina. The finalist from 2014 comes here after he won the Gerry Weber Open in Halle for the 8-th time. He has the most finals in Wimbledon history with 9, is currently tied with Pete Sampras with 7 titles and is just 10 Main Draw wins away from catching Jimmy Connors’ 84.

His first test may come with facing Sam Querrey in R2, who despite numerous chances lost in 2 tiebreaks in the final in Nottingham yesterday. Very

Wimbledon is just about to kick off, and the Draw is more than mouth-watering! Will take a brief look around and write some thoughts and expectations from the Men’s Side of the draw. Will try to identify, who by the looks of It, has the momentum going coming into the 3rd Grand Slam tournament of the year! Let’s start with the top half of the draw.

No.1 Seed and Defending Champion Novak Djokovic had drawn probably the trickiest and hardest opponent anyone could get in Philipp Kohlschreiber in R1. Despite the Serb having a great record against the German, 6 wins in 7 matches with the lone

We continue our Women’s preview with a look at the bottom half of the draw.

#5 Seed Caroline Wozniacki is on the top of the bottom half of the draw and her projected QF opponent could be #3 Simona Halep.

The Danish player insisted that she will be fit to play at Wimbledon after a back problem forced her to retire from her Eastbourne semi-final against Belinda Bencic.

“Today it stiffened up more, and I felt like I couldn’t move the way I wanted to and felt pain. I felt really bad for the crowd and everyone who had come out, but there’s nothing really