Wimbledon could be in for one of the biggest shocks in its history.
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At time of writing, Swiss maestro Roger Federer is two sets to one – and a break of serve – down to Colombian world number 60 Alejandro Falla, with the third set currently on serve.
If the defending champion crashed out in the first round for only the third time in the tournament’s history, it would be the most remarkable of feats for Falla, who also defeated Juan Martin Del Potro in the US Open first round in 2006 – but that was before the Argentine’s breakthrough to the tennis elite.
As arguably the greatest player of all time, Federer is one of the main reasons Wimbledon tickets are such valued commodities – with the cheapest going for £340. Still, if the world number two loses early on in the tournament, perhaps there could be a British winner on the grass courts of SW19 for the first time in over 70 years.
Andy Murray has a great chance. Could this be his year?
Article originally published on Tixdaq.com