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Wimbledon draw 2017: Andy Murray to play world No.134 Alexander Bublikn in first round - Daily Star;

Wimbledon draw 2017: Andy Murray to play world No.134 Alexander Bublikn in first round - Daily Star

Daily StarWimbledon draw 2017: Andy Murray to play world No.134 Alexander Bublikn in first roundDaily StarANDY MURRAY will kick off his Wimbledon 2017 campaign with a first-round clash against Alexander Bublik. 0. By Rhys Turrell / Published 1st July 2017. Andy Murray GETTY. Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray has been handed a kind first-round draw. Murray ...and more »

Federer, Nadal could meet in Wimbledon final reprise - The Detroit News;

Federer, Nadal could meet in Wimbledon final reprise - The Detroit News

The Detroit NewsFederer, Nadal could meet in Wimbledon final repriseThe Detroit NewsLondon — Like a couple of old friends gathering for a reunion, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal could face each other in the Wimbledon final more than a decade after their first such meeting. The draw at the All England Club on Friday established plenty ...and more »

Why Roger Federer will win the 2017 Wimbledon championship: The experts offer predictions - OregonLive.com;

Why Roger Federer will win the 2017 Wimbledon championship: The experts offer predictions - OregonLive.com

OregonLive.comWhy Roger Federer will win the 2017 Wimbledon championship: The experts offer predictionsOregonLive.comRoger Federer will win Wimbledon for the first time in five years -- and for the eighth time in his career. So say the experts as we head into the most prestigious tennis tournament of all. No, not all the experts, but the 35-year-old Swiss great is ...and more »

Exclusive Interview: Mats Wilander on the irrelevance of being World No 1 and why Roger Federer should win ... - Herald Scotland;

Exclusive Interview: Mats Wilander on the irrelevance of being World No 1 and why Roger Federer should win ... - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandExclusive Interview: Mats Wilander on the irrelevance of being World No 1 and why Roger Federer should win ...Herald ScotlandKEY BISCAYNE, FL - MARCH 25: Mats Wilander of Sweden leaves the court after watching Madison Keys play Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium during the Miami Open presented by Itau at Crandon Park Tennis Center on March 25, 2016 in Key Biscayne, Florida.and more »

Andy Murray bidding to put smiles back on the faces of a nation when he starts Wimbledon campaign on Monday - Mirror.co.uk;

Andy Murray bidding to put smiles back on the faces of a nation when he starts Wimbledon campaign on Monday - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukAndy Murray bidding to put smiles back on the faces of a nation when he starts Wimbledon campaign on MondayMirror.co.ukAndy Murray wants to lift the spirits of the nation in this troubled summer. But first the world No.1 needs Wimbledon to inspire him. He enters the Championships badly lacking in form and fitness, limping into his title defence with no grass-court wins ...and more »

Wimbledon 2017: Federer and Nadal primed for tantalising final showdown - beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking News;

Wimbledon 2017: Federer and Nadal primed for tantalising final showdown - beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking News

beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking NewsWimbledon 2017: Federer and Nadal primed for tantalising final showdownbeIN SPORTS MENA Breaking NewsAs recently as 12 months ago, it appeared highly unlikely that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal would ever come face-to-face again in a Wimbledon final. Yet as this year's grass-court grand slam draws near, the two greats of the game now appear primed to ...and more »

Federer has work cut out - The Straits Times;

Federer has work cut out - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesFederer has work cut outThe Straits TimesSwiss legend Roger Federer training at the All England Lawn Tennis Club yesterday. The seven-time Wimbledon champion is the bookies' favourite despite being seeded third and will start off against Ukraine's Alexandr Dolgopolov.PHOTO: EUROPEAN ...and more »

Wimbledon 2017 Preview: Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, & Novak Djokovic Still Favored To Win It All - The Inquisitr;

Wimbledon 2017 Preview: Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, & Novak Djokovic Still Favored To Win It All - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrWimbledon 2017 Preview: Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, & Novak Djokovic Still Favored To Win It AllThe InquisitrFor the past 14 years, no other men have won the Gentlemen's Singles Trophy except for Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal. The Big 4 of tennis are still the top four seeds, and while the draw in this year's edition of ...and more »

7 Hot Tennis Players to Watch at Wimbledon - Vogue.com

7 Hot Tennis Players to Watch at WimbledonVogue.comFor the last twelve years, four names have dominated men's tennis: Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, and Murray. Since their meteoric rise into the upper echelons of the sport, few other names have managed to break into their ranks. If you're a viewer, their ...and more »

Murray's easy early draw among Wimbledon storylines - ESPN;

Murray's easy early draw among Wimbledon storylines - ESPN

ESPNMurray's easy early draw among Wimbledon storylinesESPNLONDON -- The draw for Wimbledon, as it always does, has produced a number of fascinating storylines, from the return of Petra Kvitova after her knife attack to Roger Federer's bid for a record eighth title at the grand old age of 35. Each of the ...and more »

WIMBLEDON 2017: Could anyone end the Big 4's title streak? - India TV;

WIMBLEDON 2017: Could anyone end the Big 4's title streak? - India TV

India TVWIMBLEDON 2017: Could anyone end the Big 4's title streak?India TVA brief look at some of the players who are capable of breaking their dominance of Big 4 in Tennis at the All England Club. AP , London [Published on:01 Jul 2017, 12:09 AM IST]. Comment. A file photo of Nadal, Djokovic, Murray, Federer kissing- India ...and more »

Andy Murray grimaces through practice days away from Wimbledon opener - Glasgow Evening Times;

Andy Murray grimaces through practice days away from Wimbledon opener - Glasgow Evening Times

Glasgow Evening TimesAndy Murray grimaces through practice days away from Wimbledon openerGlasgow Evening TimesAndy Murray struggled through two practice sessions at Wimbledon on Friday but said he still plans to play his first round match despite a niggling hip injury. Murray has pulled out of two exhibition matches at the Hurlingham Club this week and while ...and more »

Murray opens Wimbledon bid against lucky loser - Reuters UK;

Murray opens Wimbledon bid against lucky loser - Reuters UK

Reuters UKMurray opens Wimbledon bid against lucky loserReuters UKLONDON Andy Murray will begin the defence of his Wimbledon title against Kazakh lucky loser Alexander Bublik after the draw was made for the third grand slam of the year at the All England Club on Friday. The Scot, who is bidding to win Wimbledon for a ...and more »

Wimbledon: Andy Murray To Face Qualifiers In First Round - teleSUR English;

Wimbledon: Andy Murray To Face Qualifiers In First Round - teleSUR English

teleSUR EnglishWimbledon: Andy Murray To Face Qualifiers In First RoundteleSUR EnglishGreat Britain's Andy Murray in his first round match in the Aegon Championships, in Queen's Club, London, on June 20, 2017. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 30 June 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to ...and more »

Big Four semifinals on cards in Wimbledon - Khaleej Times;

Big Four semifinals on cards in Wimbledon - Khaleej Times

Khaleej TimesBig Four semifinals on cards in WimbledonKhaleej TimesDefending champion Andy Murray was drawn to potentially face fellow two-time winner Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon semifinals on Friday while Roger Federer, chasing a record eighth crown, was lined up to face three-time titlist Novak Djokovic. Top seed ...and more »

Andy Murray faces familiar injury concerns ahead of Wimbledon defence - The Guardian;

Andy Murray faces familiar injury concerns ahead of Wimbledon defence - The Guardian

The GuardianAndy Murray faces familiar injury concerns ahead of Wimbledon defenceThe GuardianAndy Murray holds his left leg during Friday's practice session, in which the world No1 frequently looked uncomfortable. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images. Wimbledon 2017. Andy Murray faces familiar injury concerns ahead of Wimbledon defence.and more »

Federer, Nadal drawn for Wimbledon final, 11 years after 1st - Yahoo Sports;

Federer, Nadal drawn for Wimbledon final, 11 years after 1st - Yahoo Sports

Yahoo SportsFederer, Nadal drawn for Wimbledon final, 11 years after 1stYahoo SportsRoger Federer of Switzerland sits on his chair during a training session, at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Thursday, June 29, 2017. (Peter Klaunzer/Keystone via AP). More. LONDON (AP) -- Like a couple of old friends ...and more »

Top men's players get tough quarterfinal draws at Wimbledon - Montreal Gazette;

Top men's players get tough quarterfinal draws at Wimbledon - Montreal Gazette

Montreal GazetteTop men's players get tough quarterfinal draws at WimbledonMontreal GazetteLONDON — The "Big 4" got a tough draw at Wimbledon. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, the only four men to win the Wimbledon title over the last 14 years and the top four seeded players this year, all could face difficult ...and more »

2017 Wimbledon Men's Preview: A quarter-by-quarter breakdown - Tennis Magazine;

2017 Wimbledon Men's Preview: A quarter-by-quarter breakdown - Tennis Magazine

Tennis Magazine2017 Wimbledon Men's Preview: A quarter-by-quarter breakdownTennis MagazineWho said the Big Four are in decline? A decade after they took over the men's game, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are the Top 4 seeds at Wimbledon. This time, though, the roles have been reversed. While Murray and ...and more »

Rejuvenated Federer ready for historic Wimbledon bid - The Hindu;

Rejuvenated Federer ready for historic Wimbledon bid - The Hindu

The HinduRejuvenated Federer ready for historic Wimbledon bidThe HinduRoger Federer believes his decision to skip the clay court season will pay rich dividends when he gets to crunch time in his bid for a record eighth Wimbledon title. Having won the Australian Open during an unexpectedly strong start to the season ...and more »