Prior to her recent French Open championship, Maria Sharapova hadn't won a Grand Slam event since 2008, leading some to wonder whether she would ever get her career Grand Slam.
Yet Sharapova has overcome injuries and a lengthy rehabilitation and is currently playing some of the best tennis in her career.
The transition from the clay courts of Roland Garros to the grass of Wimbledon is perhaps the most difficult in tennis, with no woman since Serena Williams in 2002 winning both tournaments in the same year.
And of course, Serena Williams is at her best at Wimbledon, and she is thus a potentially huge obstacle to Sharapova's chances.
Yet Sharapova enters Wimbledon on a surge of confidence, and she has an excellent chance to win her second Wimbledon title. Experts across the tennis world have weighed in on Sharapova's chances, and here we look at what some of these experts have to say.