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The men's game, dominated by World No.1 Roger Federer for the last 4 years, is looking more and more exciting at the moment. After 21-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal's second consecutive French Open victory over Federer, a victory which prevented the Swiss player from completing the Grand Slam, many will be keen to see another classic Nadal-Federer final.
Federer, who at 25 is already being touted as the greatest player of all time, is currently the undisputed king of the grass court and will be going for his fifth straight Wimbledon title. Can young pretender Nadal stop him on grass? Or could one of the new generation of talents such as Novak Djokovic, Marcos Baghdatis, Fernando Gonzalez or, in the absence of the injured Andy Murray our very own Tim Henman, cause an upset and stop a seemingly inevitable clash of the titans in the final?
British hopes rest on the shoulders of ever-present multiple semi-finalist Tim Henman and qualifier Lee Childs. 8th seed Murray was forced to pull out at the last minute.