Rafael Nadal didn't even drop a set as he stormed to the 2017 French Open title earlier this month, however despite this dominant Grand Slam victory the Spaniard isn't favoured amongst the leading bookmakers to win this year's Wimbledon crown.
The King of Clay is fourth favourite to win at the All England Tennis Club with Bet365 going 6/1 that he makes the transition to grass without as much as a hitch. Nadal has managed a Paris-London double on two occasions in 2008 and 2010, however he has made no final appearances at SW19 since 2011 and will struggle on grass given that he hasn't played on the surface for the past two years.
Andy Murray is favourite amongst the bookies to go all the way at odds of 11/4. The Scot won the title last year and also triumphed at the Queens Club Championship. The World Number One is enjoying some of his best ever form on grass right now and he will certainly be the one to beat in the competition.
Roger Federer is something of an unknown, the Swiss player taking a break last season and returning back to action in style by winning the Australian Open. Federer was the world's best player on that occasion but another break from action will see him enter this competition lacking fitness and possibly out of form. Should he prove as good as he was in Melbourne then he could go all the way and the bookmakers are taking no chances with some firms going as low as 11/4 that he wins Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic is third in the betting at 11/2, a price which would have seemed ludicrous just a year ago when the Serb completed the Grand Slam with four major trophies in the bag as he arrives in SW19. He failed to defend his Wimbledon crown however and following disappointment in the US, Australian and French Opens he looks easy to write off. Given that he was so utterly dominant just twelve months ago, we would consider it unwise to do so.
Wimbledon Men's Singles Winner 2017 - Best Odds
11/4 - Andy Murray
3/1 - Roger Federer
11/2 - Novak Djokovic
6/1 - Rafael Nadal
14/1 - Milos Raonic
18/1 - Nick Kyrgios