Nobody in the history of tennis has more Wimbledon men's titles than Roger Federer. But this year, the former number one has a chance to become the first male player to ever land eight.
Centre Court has become a second home for Swiss, with Wimbledon his most successful major tournament by some distance.
It's also been a place for some of his best tennis in the past three seasons, campaigns that have been badly affected by injury. But for some reason, SW19 just seems to bring out the best in the man that has to be one of the most elegant players in the game.
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He'll be hoping for the same again this year after winning the Australian Open, before then sitting out of the French Open for the second season in a row.
But for doubters of Federer, don't think that will ruin his chances at Wimbledon. He didn't compete at Roland Garros in 2016, but still managed to get to the semi-finals at the All England Club last year. Losing a five set thriller to Canadian Milos Raonic.
At 9/4 he is a more than worthy favourite, and with the likes of Murray and Djokovic out of sorts at the minute, could we see another epic Federer versus Nadal clash come finals weekend.
- Roger Federer