March 27, 2017
Wimbledon 2017 is only a few short months away – and everything points to one of the most spectacular Championships ever.
No matter which day your Centre Court or Court No1 ticket is for, there’s a great chance you’re going to see someone and something truly special.
There are so many charismatic players outside the top sixteen – Juan Martin del Potro and Alexander Zverev to name just a couple. So Week One of Wimbledon 2017 might offer your best chance to see your own personal favourite.
Week Two of Wimbledon 2017 promises to be so action-packed and dramatic that tennis fans are in for a treat from start to finish, with some amazing match-ups sure to grab our imagination.
Will Roger Federer, currently ranked six, receive a top-four seeding at Wimbledon this year? Given his remarkable start to 2017, it seems likely.
That could help the world’s favourite player to be just where we want him to be – in the semi-finals and even the final at Wimbledon yet again.
Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori are currently top-four players on the tour. But their record at SW19 is so far patchy. Could Wimbledon 2017 be their year? Or will you need a Week One ticket to increase your chances of seeing them?
It’s all so gloriously unpredictable. Even the great Novak Djokovic went out early last year! Snooze and you lose – and that goes for the tennis-loving public too!
Could Manic Monday see Stan the Man still going strong, ready to face the equally explosive talent of Aussie bad-boy Nick Kyrgios? You never know!
How about Mr Charisma himself, Gael Monfils, the supreme entertainer? Or the smouldering Grigor Dimitrov, Maria Sharapova’s enigmatic ex?
They’ll all be in the mix, hoping to survive into Week Two. But, like Delpo and the others, you just have no idea how far they’ll go.
In a tournament of surprises, every Centre Court and No1 ticket is likely to be a winner. That’s the beauty of Wimbledon 2017. There is no single dominant player. The all-time-greats are back with a bang. It’s all so beautifully poised.
Might the second Wednesday, quarter-finals day, represent the best opportunity of seeing the great Rafael Nadal take on Federer once more? If Rafa doesn’t earn a top-four seeding, that could be the way it unfolds at Wimbledon 2017.
And so to semi-finals day for the male superstars – Friday of Week Two. Will North America’s hottest prospect, Milos Raonic, be looking to go one step further than last year and take the title itself? The big Canadian is more than capable.
How about Djokovic and reigning champion Andy Murray? They should be back to full fitness in good time for Wimbledon 2017, so they’ll be coming out with all guns blazing too – ready to do battle once more at the business end of the tournament.
The dream final, though? It’s got to be home favourite Andy Murray against world favourite Roger Federer. And that dream almost came true last year.
If it happens at Wimbledon 2017, those who purchased their tickets for the final early will surely be the ones who thank their own sweet timing. Tickets will be like the proverbial gold-dust by the tme the big weekend comes around.
But every showcourt seat at Wimbledon 2017 is going to be a winner if the amazing array of superstars now strutting their stuff play to their potential. Does anyone really want to miss it?
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