The third-seeded Federer is looking to enhance his case for the undisputed title of "Greatest of All-Time," while No. 4 Murray is looking to become the first Brit to claim the Wimbledon crown since Fred Perry in 1936.
If Federer wins, he will push his Grand Slam singles record to 17, tie Pete Sampras for the most Wimbledon titles ever (seven) and reclaim his spot as the world's No. 1 player. That would also tie him with Sampras for most weeks (286) at the top of the rankings.
On the other hand, if Murray wins, he will reach immortal status in Great Britain, cementing his legacy as one of the top athletes in the nation's rich sporting history.
Regardless of who comes out on top, the stage has been set for an instant classic.
Murray leads their career series 8-7, but Federer has won both their meetings in Grand Slam finals. He defeated Murray 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 in the 2008 U.S. Open, then beat him 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (11) at the 2010 Australian Open.
According to the fans, a similar result will occur on Sunday. In a recent ESPN SportsNation poll, 77 percent of the 21,889 (and counting) voters predicted a victory for Federer.
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