WIMBLEDON, Sporting Alert – No. 2 Andy Murray and No. 6 Milos Raonic will battle for the men’s singles title at Wimbledon 2016 on Center Court on Sunday.
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Murray enters the contest as the favourite to win the title, but Raonic will be hoping to extend his form to one more game, as he seeks to win his first Grand Slam crown.
Canada’s Raonic beat Roger Federer in five sets on Friday to secure his place in the trophy game and he’s looking forward to facing off with Murray again.
“We played in the finals of Queens a few weeks ago and I told him I hope to get a rematch in a few Sundays,” the sixth seeded Canadian said.
“Well, the disappointment I’ve sort of put behind me, at least I’ve tried to. I feel like I’m playing better tennis now.
“Now I have an even bigger toolset to face that challenge.
“Andy is one of the premier workaholics. He tries to get you doing a lot of different things. He’ll try to throw you off, give you some slower balls, some harder balls, all these kinds of things.
“I guess my goal is to keep him away from that, play it on my terms, be aggressive, not hesitate.”
Meanwhile, Murray, who defeated No. 10 Tomas Berdych 6-3 6-3 6-3 in the second semi-final on Friday, says it will be extra special to walk out on Centre Court as a British player to feature in the final on Sunday.
“Wimbledon for a lot of the players, but for British players growing up, this is the biggest competition,” Murray said.
“To get to play in front of a home crowd in a Grand Slam final is very, very rare. There’s not many players that get the opportunity to do that.
“Yeah, this one always feels a little bit more special.”
Murray, the 2013 champion, will be hoping to win his second Wimbledon title.
Order of Player At Wimbledon 2016 on Day 13
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CENTRE COURT (9:00 am ET)
Men’s Singles Final
6-Milos Raonic (Canada) v 2-Andy Murray (Britain)
Mixed Doubles Finals
15-Robert Farah (Colombia)/Anna-Lena Groenefeld (Germany) v Henri Kontinen