Wim­ble­don: Men’s Fi­nal

ten­nis / 1.00pm / BBC1

TV Times - - Sunday Highlights -

if a resur­gent Roger Fed­erer man­ages to clinch this year’s ti­tle, he’ll be the most suc­cess­ful Wim­ble­don cham­pion ever. He’s cur­rently equal with Pete Sam­pras, Wil­liam Ren­shaw and Ser­ena Wil­liams, all of whom have won the tour­na­ment an epic seven times, and if book­ies’ favourite Rog claims an eighth ti­tle his army of fans will be eu­phoric. Still, at the time of go­ing to press his great­est ri­val, crowd­pleaser Rafa Nadal, is on blis­ter­ing form after an un­prece­dented tenth French Open win and Andy Mur­ray seems to have shaken off his hip in­jury to stand a good chance of de­fend­ing his ti­tle. Ev­ery­thing’s in place for an un­for­get­table fi­nal – we think we’ll be too ner­vous to eat our straw­ber­ries and cream.

If Fed­erer is in to­day’s fi­nal, he could make Wim­ble­don his­tory

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