Nadal is not only a world class clay court player, but also a good enough grass court player. It is evident from the 3 Wimbledon titles he has won till date. He has a good game, which can topple any top player on the circuit. His 'never give up' attitude on the court makes him one of the strongest contender for the title too. He lost in the finals of the competition to Djokovic last year. Will it be the same like last year or will he go a step ahead this time around and win the title?
Whenever we talk about title contenders, Andy Murray always comes into the picture for all Grand slams, but till date he has not been able to win any Grand slams. Though, he has reached the business end of the competition a number of times, but failed to take the next step. But, one thing that would go in favour of the British player during the championship is the local support that he would receive from his fans at London. But, it is his game, which needs to do the talking, then he may increase his chances of winning the competition.
Djokovic seems to be the favourite player to win the championship this year. He is the in-form player in the ATP circuit, at present. His style of play is suited for all surfaces, be it hard courts of the US, the red clay surface of the French Open or the grass courts at Wimbledon. Hence, he won the US Open this season and finished runners up during the French Open. Looking at the current form of Djokovic, he is surely the man to beat. Hence, the title race is going to be a tough fight between the top four seeded players in the circuit.