Which man will win Wimbledon 2015?

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Updated: June 30, 2015

The 129th edition of the Wimbledon Championships began this week and while the tennis players perform on court, the Let’s Talk Sport team spill out their predictions.

Novak Djokovic was crowned the Wimbledon men’s champion in 2014 after a classic five setter against Roger Federer.

Will the Serb retain the title for the first time? Or can home favorite Andy Murray succeed at SW19 for the second time in three years?

 

Jamie Davies

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Stanislas Wawrinka (Djokovic)

 

A lot of spectators are keeping an eye on Andy Murray and the world number one Novak Djokovic to encounter in the final. I am looking at it in a different perspective.

Stan the man in my opinion has been the player to watch in the last couple of months with a better preparation form going into Wimbledon than the British No. 1.

Some players who win a Grand Slam just the once are arguably known as lucky triumphs but Wawrinka went out on clay at Roland Garros to remind you he has what it takes to have a handful of titles under his belt.

This man will be the dark horse of the tournament but with recent history on grass not being his finest. He still has a point to prove.

 

Dan Middleton
Dan Middleton

Novak Djokovic (Winner)

I just can’t see anyone getting past Novak at all. He is performing very well, and for me will defend his title at Wimbledon.

 

He has stiff competition this year, with Murray and Wawrinka breathing down his neck, however Novak is on top of his game at the moment, and will win.

 

Jack Price
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Andy Murray (Djokovic)

 

I know this may seem strange coming from the man who believed Kei Nishikori would win it this year, but I feel he still needs to improve, so he will be my pick next year.

 

The reasons why I have chosen Murray are simple, he has had a good season so far, yes he hasn’t won a grand slam, but he looks physically and mentally stronger than he has previously, this could be the best Andy Murray we have seen, also he hadn’t won a grand slam in the year he won Wimbledon last time.

 

Terri Ritchie
Terri Ritchie

Andy Murray (Djokovic)

 

I’m going to go for Andy Murray!

 

1. Because I love him and 2. Because he’s had a good run of form recently so I can see him using that as momentum for Wimbledon!

 

Conor Porter 
Conor Porter

Stanislas Wawrinka (Djokovic)

 

Stanislas Wawrinka has already begun to show his promise after winning the French Open earlier this year, and he is going to continue that form with a, what some might deem surprising, win at Wimbledon.

He is likely to meet Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of the tournament, which will be his biggest test to date. Several times in the past though he has defeated the ‘Big Four’ and he will do it again at Wimbledon. He already beaten the Serbian this year, as well as fellow Swiss Roger Federer.

 

He is on course for another Grand Slam win and Wimbledon is in his sights.

 

Richard Griffiths
Richard Griffiths


Novak Djokovic (Winner)

 

I think it should be a Djokovic v Murray final which Novak will win.

 

However, Murray has a tough draw – he must overcome Rafa (even in poor form will be tough) and Federer in the semis.


 

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