Andy Murray admits it is hard to look past Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic for the 2019 Wimbledon title.
Djokovic heads to SW19 as the defending champion and a four-time winner, Federer is the record holder as he has won the title eight times while Nadal will be gunning for a third title.
The trio, along with Murray, are the only ones to have won the Gentleman’s Singles trophy at the All England Club the past 16 years and the Brit, who won’t play in the singles following hip surgery at the start of the year, believes one of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will again be the last man standing on July 14.
“I think the winner will come from those three,” he said. “I guess it’s possible that some of the guys with huge serves could potentially go on a run and there will maybe be some upsets early on.
“If those guys are fit and healthy and get through the first few rounds, I would expect one of them to come through.”
“A really positive for British tennis,” says Andy Murray.
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