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July 2024

Wimbledon begins at the start of the month, one of the most iconic sporting events in the world that always delivers in providing incredible sporting prowess and captivating stories. This year should be no different.

Alcaraz looks to defend title

Carlos Alcaraz beat Novak Djokovic in a sensational five set Final last year to win his first Wimbledon title, and will aim to defend it this year. The Roland Garros champion also won the Queen’s title last year, but went out in the Second Round to an inspired Jack Draper this year.

New world number 1 Jannik Sinner had the ideal Wimbledon preparation, winning the Halle title. Both he and Alcaraz will be the favourites to go all the way at The Championships. Whilst Djokovic’s participation is uncertain, he ca never be counted out at a venue he has won seven titles, despite having surgery only a few weeks ago.

Two-time champion Andy Murray may be forced to miss potentially his last Wimbledon with a spinal injury, whereas Rafael Nadal has opted to miss The Championships in order to prepare for the Olympics. Daniil Medvedev and Alex Zverev have both narrowly lost Grand Slam Finals this year, and will look to go one better at the third Grand Slam of the year.

Wide open women’s tournament at Wimbledon

No woman has been able to dominate here in recent years, with the last 6 editions of The Championships being won by six different players. Last year it was Marketa Vondrousova who stormed her way to the title unseeded, but will hope to recover from an injury sustained in Berlin in time for her title defence. Ons Jabeur has been runner-up in the last two editions, and will hope to go one better this time.

World number 1 Iga Swiatek has dominated at Roland Garros in recent years, but is yet to make a deep run at The Championships. Time will tell whether she can adapt well enough to the grass this year, as she did not play any grass warm-up events.

Coco Gauff, Aryna Sabalenka and 2022 champion Elena Rybakina will also look to challenge for the Venus Rosewater Dish. 4 former Grand Slam champions have received wildcards: Angelique Kerber, Naomi Osaka, Caroline Wozniacki and home favourite Emma Raducanu.

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