The All England Club will be host to many important questions for Wimbledon 2014. Legendary players like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal look to step back into time for one more trophy here. Superstars Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray hope they will peak for the most famous event in tennis history.
There are many other ATP competitors who dream of winning this title, and perhaps it's more open than at any time since 2002.
The WTA has had a greater monopoly on tennis parity. Once again, tennis fans will look first at Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova, but they should not be surprised for anything else. Who will be the upstarts and hot stories?
So we head into one final week of grass-courts tune-ups, which hardly feels like an adequate warm-up for grand Wimbledon. There was not a lot of attention and congratulations given to Roger Federer and Grigor Dimitrov for their impressive and under-the-radar titles at Halle and London's Queen's Club respectively.
We may as well get right into the spirit of Wimbledon, so here are some of the most important early questions for Wimbledon.