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July 2023

Wimbledon is a tournament that needs no introduction. The tournament have reversed their ban of Russian and Belarusian players this year, meaning the likes of Daniil Medvedev and Aryna Sabalenka will be able to compete. As a result, the event has ranking points up for grabs, unlike last year. 

On the men’s side, Novak Djokovic enters as a clear favourite. He has won the last four editions, and has not lost a completed match at the Championships since 2016. More incredibly, he has not lost on Centre Court for just under ten years. Combined with the fact that he has won both of the Grand Slam events so far this year, it is hard to see who can stop the Serb getting an eight Wimbledon title.

One man who could is Carlos Alcaraz, who won his first grass court title last week at Queen’s and will be the top seed. He also has Grand Slam winning experience having won the US Open last year, and despite his lack of grass experience in hs career, seems to be adapting to the surface quickly.

Daniil Medvedev has had a very good year, and a game well-suited to grass, but is yet to have a deep run at Wimbledon. This is the case for most of the top younger players, as the top 20 combined have less match wins at Wimbledon than Djokovic, a ridiculous statistic. Could the last man to beat Djokovic on Centre Court, Andy Murray, have one last deep run?

On the women’s side, it is anyone’s guess who takes home the Venus Rosewater Dish. Defending champion Elena Rybakina was forced to withdraw from Roland Garros mid-event due to injury, and did not play a grass tournament in the build-up to Wimbledon. It was here that Iga Swiatek’s win streak came to an end, with grass being her weakest surface so far in her career. However, the world number 1 cannot be ignored at any event.

Ons Jabeur will be hoping to go one better after becoming the first Arab woman to make a Grand Slam Final here last year, and has the feel and variety to do well again.

Aryna Sabalenka has the power to hit through anyone, and a great serve which many past Wimbledon champions had.

Petra Kvitova can never be ruled out here having won the event twice before, and like Sabalenka possesses a great serve and powerful groundstrokes.

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