A British man hasn't won the singles title at Wimbledon since 1936. But with a win today over Roger Federer, Glasgow native Andy Murray can finally break that streak. Federer, of course, is merely one of the greatest players in the history of tennis, and someone who has won Wimbledon six times since 2003. There is a bit of good news for Murray, though: he has an 8-7 record in his career in head-to-head matches vs. Federer.
Federer, also, isn't quite the Roger Federer of old, despite his relative dominance at this year's Wimbledon. At age 30, the Swiss legend is unmistakably on the downswing of his career, and a win today would give him his first major championship since the 2010 Australian Open. Who did Federer beat to claim that title? Andy Murray.
Match date/time: Sunday, July 8, 8:00 a.m. CT
Location: All England Club, London, England
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