Wimbledon 2017: Top contenders for Men’s singles title

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Roger Federer goes into this year’s Wimbledon as a pre-tournament favourite. (GETTY IMAGES)

Roger Federer goes into this year’s Wimbledon as a pre-tournament favourite. (GETTY IMAGES)

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Andy Murray’s fitness issues might be a concern, but the defending Wimbledon champion and World number 1 is the undisputed favourite for this tournament. (AFP)

Andy Murray’s fitness issues might be a concern, but the defending Wimbledon champion and World number 1 is the undisputed favourite for this tournament. (AFP)

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Novak Djokovic is in a bit of a downward career spiral right now but he remains a dangerous customer on any surface. (AFP)

Novak Djokovic is in a bit of a downward career spiral right now but he remains a dangerous customer on any surface. (AFP)

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Roger Federer is aging like fine wine and will be looking to add to his Wimbledon tally (7) and overall number of Grand Slams (18). (AP)

Roger Federer is aging like fine wine and will be looking to add to his Wimbledon tally (7) and overall number of Grand Slams (18). (AP)

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Rafael Nadal is fresh of his “La Decima” in Rolland Garros victories and could well carry on his form into Wimbledon. (AP)

Rafael Nadal is fresh of his “La Decima” in Rolland Garros victories and could well carry on his form into Wimbledon. (AP)

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Stan Wawrinka will look to prove his mettle and maybe even outdo the more star-studded top 4 seeds in Wimbledon. (AP)

Stan Wawrinka will look to prove his mettle and maybe even outdo the more star-studded top 4 seeds in Wimbledon. (AP)

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