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The two take the day off and go to a Pre-Wimbledon party

A bigger investigation... is it what it really is?

 

Case #1-Roger Federer.

Federer almost loses to a nobody

More than a century after the sport started, Big Mac made waves with his immortal meltdown.

This is Rafa Nadal’s first Wimbledon match since he won that epic final against Roger Federer in 2008 – the greatest tennis match of all time – to claim his first title here. Injury meant the Spanish powerhouse was absent last year so, in one sense, this is his bow as he returns to defend to his title. That alone makes this interesting, especially in a year when the men’s event is wide open.

Let’s not beat about the bush: Andy Murray has had a crappy year. Since losing in the Australian Open final to Roger Federer, the edge has come off the Scot’s game and he hasn’t looked like a Slam contender.

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