With less than eight weeks to go until Wimbledon, the question on everyone’s mind is who will claim the 2017 Championship. Find out our opinion on the world’s top four tennis players performances this year as they prepare for what is the world’s most prestigious tennis championship.
The eyes of the world have been watching closely as Murray, Djokovic, Federer and Nadal play in the tennis tournaments of 2017. They have faced each other in competitions all over the world and evaluated each game carefully to assess their chances of winning Wimbledon.
There have been triumphant moments and more devastating blows, but as Wimbledon approaches we want to know who will win. Find out which which of these key four players will go down in history and win the Wimbledon Championship this year. Get in contact with our experts to discuss 2017 Wimbledon hospitality packages. For those keen to gain a further insight into the AEGON Championships from where many people gain a basis for who will win the Wimbledon Championships, click here.
It’s fair to say that Murray has had a rough start to the year. Andy Murray’s tennis season in 2017 started at the Qatar Open, where he lost to Djokovic but played a good game.
He moved onto the 2017 Australian Open where fans were left devastated when Murray lost a four-set defeat to Zverev (ranked 50 in the world.) After that devastating blow, a little bit of good news for Murray fans came at the Dubai Tennis Championships where he won his first Dubai Championship win masterfully. However, this victory was short-lived when Murray played the Indian Wells Masters tournament and lost to Pospisil (ranked 129 in the world). Bowing out of the Miami Open with an injured shoulder due to overt raining, Murray then went onto lose both the Monte Carlo Open and Barcelona Open.
This year has people wondering if Murray taken on too much or, will Wimbledon be the home of his come back? Make sure you’re there to watch him battle it out on home ground from the best seats in Centre Court and Court No.1 with 2017 Wimbledon hospitality.
Roger Federer is currently achieving one of the greatest comebacks in tennis for a century. He may be the oldest player on the courts but it hasn’t seemed to slow him down at all, especially considering last year an injured knee saw him sit half the season out. This year he’s back and taking no prisoners.
Federer won the prestigious Australian Open at the beginning of the year, the Indian Wells Master and the Miami Open. The only game Federer has lost this year is in the Dubai Tennis Championships which is an impressive feat. He hasn’t taken part in as many tournaments as his opponents this year, but the ones he has featured in, he’s put his best foot forward. Experience the style and sophistication Federer exudes with Wimbledon hospitality this year and treat your clients or friends and family to a day to remember.
Novak Djokovic has had a mixed year of tennis: in some places stepping up to the net and in others falling short. Djokovic started the year on a high at the Qatar Open where he defeated Andy Murray in the final and claimed the Championship.
However, just like Murray, Djokovic struggled at the Australian Open and despite starting well, he lost to Istomin (ranked No.33 in the world.) At the Mexican Open, Djokovic lost to Kyrgios (ranking No.20 in the world) in straight sets. Djokovic’s bad luck continued at the Monte Carlo Masters where despite managing to get into the quarter finals, he lost to Goffin (ranking No.10 in the world).
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It’s been an impressive year for Rafael Nadal, he’s participated in a lot of tournaments of which he has generally played exceptional tennis.
Nadal played well at the Brisbane International but had little success. He stepped up to the Australian Open confidently until he faced up to his rival Roger Federer in the highly anticipated final and was bested. At the Mexican Open, he flew through the competition not losing a single set until the final where he lost to Querrey. There was a sense of déjà vu at the Indian Wells Masters that came next when Nadal was once again defeated by rival Federer however, Nadal saw a lot more success in the Indian Wells Masters than his rivals.
Moving onto the Miami Open where Nadal lost against Federer for the fourth consecutive time in the final. Without Federer playing the Monte Carlo Championship it seemed Nadal could relax as he claimed the title. Fresh from his victory, Nadal dominated at the Barcelona Open achieving a fantastic win.
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Each of these players have seen highs and lows this year, but with their eyes firmly on Wimbledon, who will take home the prestigious Championship? Make sure you see the quarter final as it will be like no other!
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