After his loss to Rafael Nadal in the final at the French Open, it's easy to forget just how well Novak Djokovic has been playing lately. Prior to the loss, Djokovic had won 27 consecutive matches in Grand Slam tournaments, including the U.S. Open and the Australian Open. He's also the defending Wimbledon champion and the number one ranked tennis player in the world.
But Djokovic will have no easy run at Wimbledon. Aside from the obvious threats of Nadal and Roger Federer, the other two stars who along with Djokovic have dominated grand slam tournaments almost exclusively since 2005, a number of potential spoilers hope to steal Djokovic's title, including Andy Murray, John Isner, and Milos Raonic.
In the run-up to Wimbledon, tennis experts across the globe have offered predictions. Here we look at what several of these experts have to say about Djokovic's chances of winning a second Wimbledon trophy and his sixth grand slam title.