In an interview to Metro, the former world No. 4 Greg Rusedski gave his Wimbledon predictions. The Brit believes that one between Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will win the men's singles title. "I still think it’s the “Big Three” this year", said Rusedski.
"Federer is my favourite. Rafa if he gets to the second week becomes dangerous and then Novak, defending champion. I see one of those three guys winning but with Federer with the slight edge at the moment. Novak, you know, has been taking a lot of holidays this year since the Australian Open so that’s a little bit of a concern, I would have liked to see him play Queen’s Club but it’s hard to go against a man who has won three of the last four majors.
The younger guys obviously who I want to be impressed by at this tournament are [Felix] Auger-Aliassime – who has never won a match at a Slam but his potential is extraordinary, Stefanos Tsitsipas is the guy who for me has been pretty spectacular this year.
‘The nice thing with both of those players is there is still room for improvement but their mindsets are excellent. I don’t think they’re quite ready this year but next year might be their year. But I see really those three guys as the main three guys.’