Will Andy Murray win Wimbledon again?

Wimbledon, the most famous tennis tournament in the world, starts on Monday at the All England Club and Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are both odds on favourites to win the singles’ titles. If they do it will be Williams’ seventh title and Djokovic’s fourth.

If William’s wins it will be her record equalling twenty second grand slam whilst it would be Djokovic’s third Wimbledon title in a row having beaten Roger Federer the last two years in the final.

Britain’s Andy Murray, under new coach Ivan Lendl, will be looking to prevent Djokovic winning his third title in a row and has been playing some good tennis having won the Aegon Championships at Queens Club and having reached the final at Roland Garros where he lost to Djokovic.

The Serbian is in the form of his life and it seems when he needs to up his performance he can. This was shown at the French Open, when having lost the first set to Murray, he upped his game and in the end ran out a relatively easy win. Roger Federer should never be discounted, having won it seven times, but he has had a few injury concerns recently and lost to a teenager in Halle a couple of weeks ago.

Williams hasn’t won a major since last year’s Wimbledon but if she ends up holding the trophy aloft in two weeks it will be her twenty second grand slam equalling Steffi Graf’s record.

Murray will be pleased with his draw as Djokovic and Federer are both in the opposite side of the draw although one name missing this year will be Rafael Nadal, one of the most popular players amongst tennis fans, due to injury.

If you are looking to attend the Championships this year we do still have debenture seats and hospitality packages available to all the days and if you are looking for a flavour in what the day entails please see a brief video of the Lakeview restaurant on this link which should give you a flavour of the day. It has a lovely setting and has a tranquil atmosphere and only holds 120 people.

For what it’s worth we at Rocket Hospitality are siding with the bookies and think it will be a Djokovic / Williams double!