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We might have seen plenty of shocks at Wimbledon this year, but the men’s final is the match that many were expecting as the number one and two seeds – Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray – go head-to-head for the biggest prize in tennis this afternoon.
Both men have been impressive in the tournament so far and although they have suffered some scares along the way, they each deserve their place in the final.
Murray is going to have the support of his home crowd in this one and that could be vital on Sunday, but the bookies have him as the 13/8 underdog to come out on top.
In his semi-final against Jerzy Janowicz, the Scot dropped the first set, but then came back to win the next three and looked impressive during the sets he won. Although it was a tough match, you still feel as though the US Open Champion has more to give.
He has the knowhow here at Wimbledon as well of course after his Olympic Gold last year. He also knows what it is like to lose in the final after coming runner-up last year and that isn’t a feeling Murray will want again.
The British number one has beaten Djokovic at SW 19 during London 2012, but it is going to take a huge performance for him to come out on top on Sunday.
Murray has been involved in some epic battles with his opponent in the past and if he is to win this one, he can’t leave anything on the court.
There is no doubt he is good enough, but the number two seed has to put his nerves to one side and try to treat this like any other game of tennis.
As for Novak Djokovic, his match in the semi-final was one of the best we have ever witnessed at Wimbledon as he needed all five sets to beat a superb Juan Martin Del Potro.
That match would have taken a lot out of the Serbian, but he is sure to be fit and ready for this final and is the 8/13 favourite to win his second Wimbledon title.
The world number one has six Grand Slams to his name, but has only won at SW 19 on one occasion in 2011. He will be hungry for a victory here and if at his best, it is going to be extremely tough for Murray to beat Djokovic.
This will be the fourth time these two players have met in a Grand Slam final and the Serbian is the man with the better record as he has come out on top on two occasions.
It is an extremely tough final to call, but it has the makings of another classic and certainly isn’t a match you want to be missing.
Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic are the best the world has to offer right now, so don’t be surprised if this encounter goes all the way to five sets. Bring it on.