London: Andy Murray, the British No.1 will step on the centre court on Sunday to end the long drought of a Grand Slam title that Britain has seen since 1936, the only thing that stands between the ultimate glory and Murray will be the greatest player ever to step on a tennis court, Roger Federer.
Murray who is ahead in numbers against the Swiss great will require a perfect game to come any close of winning a match against Federer. Murray has won eight out of fifteen encounters between the two however has never beaten Federer in a Grand Slam final, the two being the 2008 US Open and the 2010 Australian Open.
On the other hand when Federer steps onto the court, he will have more than one record to go for, If he wins, he will equal Pete Sampras record of seven Wimbledon title's, a seventeenth Grand Slam title and the ultimate will be that he will be back to the place he belongs, World No.1.
This will be a rare occasion when the centre court may be against the Swiss maestro when thousand's of fan will support the British No.1. The psychological war is already on however the real battle will be registered in history as many records are suppose to crumble.