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Forget Fred Perry. Forget 77 years since a British player won on the hallowed courts of Wimbledon.
The media may be convinced that tennis fans in the UK reminisce about Perry’s exploits every day they watch the sport, but to put it bluntly, few present at the fabled occasion of 1936 are alive to remember it today.
No, tomorrow is all about Andy Murray – and Novak Djokovic of course, but for the British fan there appears a very real hope that the home favourite could indeed triumph – not least because he is now a Grand Slam champion, having won the 2012 US Open.
A Serbian across the net stands in his way, and Djokovic is quite an opponent.
The 26 year-old is world number one, and his form since 2011 has been nothing short of extraordinary.
Djokovic plays in a brilliantly elastic style, and his epic five set victory over Juan Martin Del Potro was notable for some extraordinary retrievals, the Serb practically doing the splits on occasion.
A wonderful all court player, Djokovic hits well off both wings, has a 130 mph serve, and is arguably the best returner in the game.
The man who rivals him for that crown is Murray, who has broken serve more times than any man in the tournament so far, and the Scot is in the best athletic condition of his career too.
Possibly a more natural mover on grass than Djokovic, more comfortable at the net, and having unleashed the aggressive potential to hit out on his forehand side, Murray has a very real chance of lifting the Wimbledon trophy.
Djokovic will do his best to prevent that, and leave British tennis fans waiting for yet another year. However many it is.