Here are five male players to watch out for at 2015 Wimbledon championships:

Novak Djokovic: World number 1, 2014 champion and 2015 top seed Djokovic is favorite at BIG W to win the Grand Slam. He has won Australian Open and four Masters tournaments this year. He is continuously winning this year. He defeated Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray at French Open, but faltered against Stan Wawrinka in the final. He has 45-8 career record at the All England Club and he has played all semi-finals here in the last five years. He defeated Roger Federer to win his second title last year.

Roger Federer: Last year finalist, second seed and seven times Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is gunning for his eighth title. At 33, Federer is slowing a bit but he won his eighth title at the Wimbledon warm-up event in Halle, Germany, last week. Grass is his most favorable surface and suits best for his attacking-based game. The Swiss maestro won his last Wimbledon title in 2012 defeating Andy Murray.

Andy Murray: The third seed ended 77 years of British waiting for a men's All England Club champion two years ago. He has been resurgent over the past 12 months. Murray has lost only to  Djokovic since the beginning of March. He should grab his chances after being placed on the bottom half of the draw with Federer. He has been in good form of late and is a strong contender for another title. He could face Nadal in quarter-finals and Federer in the semi-finals.

Stan Wawrinka: He solidified his reputation as big match player by winning the French Open and by improving his record in major finals to 2–0. He is not consistent like other big players. His ripping one-handed backhand is probably the most delightful shot to watch.

Rafael Nadal: His current form is a matter of huge concern. Djokovic dethroning him as the King of Clay at Roland Garros. After losing at French Open, he won the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart. This was his his first title on grass since winning Wimbledon in 2010. Considering his current form, he might not reach the final but no one can write him off.

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