By Josh Kramer
On Sunday, history will be made at the All England Club. Either Roger Federer will capture a record-tying 7th Wimbledon title, or Andy Murray will become the first native of Great Britain to take home the prestigious Wimbledon crown since Fred Perry did in 1936. By stepping on the court, Murray is already the first native of the host country to play in the final since Bunny Austin back in 1938. Lastly, if Federer wins, he will not only add a record 17th Grand Slam title to his portfolio, he will also make the leap to number one in the world and tie Pete Sampras’ record of 286 weeks as the top ranked player on the globe.
Talk about a historically significant match at the most tradition-filled tournament of them all.
Andy Murray has an entire country depending on him to end a 76 year drought. Roger Federer is nearly 31-years-old and likely will not have another opportunity to win a Slam like this ever again. The pressure is mounting. Who will crumble under the bright lights of Centre Court at the All England Club? Continue reading