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With not long to go until the prestigious tournament, excitement is already mounting with all of the top stars in great form.

Andy Murray, who is 3/1 with Bet365 to win the competition, has a large following behind him, including former British number one Greg Rusedski.

“I think he’s got a great chance,” Rusedski said. “He goes in as second favourite behind Djokovic who has to be the man to beat right now obviously being the defending champion, but Murray is healthy again and playing great.

“Since he’s been married he’s only lost one match out of 16 so I think this could possibly be his year again.

“What will be fascinating will be how the seedings come out at Wimbledon because they can play with those seedings. Will he be seeded two or three? That could make a difference at these championships.”

Meanwhile, former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash also thinks Murray has made significant improvements to his game.

“It’s two years in a row that he’s been in the semi-finals of the French Open on the surface you would least expect him to do well on,” said Cash.

“He’s done well in all the other Slams, but it’s not as if he’s grown up not playing on the clay. Now I think he feels that he is capable of winning the French Open and that’s a great thing,” he continued.

“He’s had a great run throughout the whole clay-court season and only losing the semi-final to Djokovic so that’s encouraging and certainly encouraging for him going on for the rest of the year as well.”

Serbian star Djokovic, who beat Murray in the French Open semi-final, is 6/5 with PaddyPower to retain his Wimbledon crown.

Also, viewers can enjoy watching what will be pulsating women’s action, with French Open winner Serena Williams likely to provide a spectacle of fantastic tennis.

The American star is 2/1 with Bet365 to win, while last year’s champion Petra Kvitova is 7/2 with PaddyPower to retain her crown. However, to enjoy the action with either bookmaker, don’t forget to sign up first!

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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