Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will be ready for war in the Wimbledon 2013 Men's Final. It's the third time in four Slams that they will face each other in the final, and it's their first meeting for the Wimbledon title. This is the rubber match of the past year to decide tennis supremacy. Murray won the 2012 U.S. Open at Djokovic's expense, and Djokovic remained King of Australia by battling back against Murray.
They are the two best returners in tennis and have showcased their talents on grass, quickly turning Centre Court into scintillating baseline play.
Djokovic is the ultimate tennis machine, a science fiction cyborg built as an impeccable ball striker. He blasts with laser-like precision from both wings and stretches with inhuman flexibility to save winners. When other mere mortal players grow weary, he becomes stronger. He will never stop charging in the face of defeat.
Murray is Great Britain's rugged hero, an odd reincarnation of Braveheart charged with the task of destroying his implacable opponent. He stalks the sidelines like a predator, racing from corner to corner as a counter-punching extraordinaire. Is he the chosen one who will complete the British quest for its own hallowed title?