Wimbledon 2017

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The third Grand Slam of the season and arguably one of the most prestigious on the calendar gets underway at the All England Club on July 3. This is the latest start in the history of the Grand Slam which played its first in 1877 and has been a regular feature on the tennis calendar. Andy Murray and Serena Williams are the defending champions coming into the tournament. While Murray will take court to defend his title, Serena will not be able to. The American is out of action until 2018 with the birth of her first child.

The tournament with numerous traditions attached to it over the course of its 140-year history such as ball boys and ball girls from specific schools, all whites for players, green and purple as theme, courtesies towards HRH The Prince of Wales or Her Majesty The Queen and the not-so-official traditions of strawberry and cream and queueing up outside the premises.

 

Live streams will also be available via the Wimbledon Channel. For the full TV schedule, visit Tennis.com for the men’s and women’s draws.

Murray will find hope in his solid showing at the French Open, where he made it to the semi-finals, and the fact many of the top contenders for this year’s Wimbledon enter the tournament with plenty of question marks.

Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic and Nick Kyrgios have all shown signs of weakness during the grass season, and Novak Djokovic has been struggling for form as badly as Murray. As shared by Eurosport UK, there have been signs of greatness, but the fact he opted to prepare in Eastbourne is not a great sign:

Veteran star Roger Federer may have the best form out of the favourites right now, but at the age of 35, it’s fair to question whether he can still consistently perform over the course of a full Grand Slam tournament.

Angelique Kerber is the top-ranked women’s player in the world but enters the tournament with plenty of questions as well after her horrendous showing in Paris, where she lost in the opening round.

Petra Kvitova was arguably the favourite until she suffered an injury that kept her out of the tournament in Eastbourne, per BBC Sport’s Russell Fuller: