Halle mens singles
Djokovic was rolling into Wimbledon last year, going for a third Grand Slam after taking both the Australian and French.
But he had a real hangover after he was upset by American Sam Querrey in third round at the All-England Club. This year has brought more major trouble, with a second-round loss at the Australian and a quarterfinals falter at the French.
Also below are the betting odds and a breakdown of this year's familiar favorites: Here are the seeds for the 2017 men's singles draw at Wimbledon, and the odds to win the tournament: MORE: Women's seeds, odds to win at Wimbledon The home-country hero is already causing plenty of worry after he was forced to withdraw from an exhibition match at Hurlingham with a hip injury.
That came on the heels of a quick exit at Queen's Club, as the world's No.
Right now, it's hard to see him raising a fourth cup, especially with the toughest draw of the Big Four.
They might as well rename Roland Garros "Stade Rafael Nadal," as the Spaniard has made the clay in Paris a second home throughout his illustrious career.
Here we preview the Championships and provide you with all the key information you need to know ahead of Monday 3 July.
Wimbledon Qualifying at Roehampton began on Monday 27 June, concluding on Thursday 29. Coverage on BBC1 and BBC2 will be led by Sue Barker, who will be joined at the All England Club by the likes of former Wimbly champions Boris Becker, Billie Jean King, John Mc Enroe and Martina Navratilova.
It would be a huge upset if neither Federer, Murray, Djokovic nor Nadal wins, but the veteran Cilic has the proven mindset to play major spoiler.He lost in the first round of the Rio Olympics to Juan Martin del Potro, and played poorly in a loss to Stan Wawrinka at the U. Is it a true sign of age and decline, or will the fighter return at his favorite venue?A strong finish at the Eastbourne grass tune-up would be a great re-boost of confidence.As they've been busy beating each other and dominating the rest of the ATP field at majors, there's one opponent they won't be able to hold off for much longer: Father Time.The oldest singles winner in the Open Era (since '68) was the late Arthur Ashe, who won days before his 32nd birthday in '75.