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Roger Federer has won six of the last eight Wimbledon championships, and is one of the best grass court players of all time. Only Pete Sampras (seven) has more titles in the open era.
Federer was clearly not himself at last year's Wimbledon, almost going out in straight sets in the first round before having his run of seven straight finals ended by Berdych in the quarters. However, if he plays the way he did the last two weeks in Paris, he will easily prove last year to be an anomaly.
Federer's 2011 French Open run to the finals should give him extreme confidence heading into his favorite surface. He hadn't played that well in a grand slam in a year and a half, and it seems like the Swiss Maestro is officially back.
Federer rediscovered his mental toughness in defeating Djokovic, then nearly had Nadal on the ropes in the finals. Those two figure to again be his biggest roadblocks in winning Wimbledon, as he has a good match-up with Murray.
Look for Federer to finally hold another grand slam trophy in four weeks from now.