The Wimbledon final starts on Sunday at 14:00 with Novak Djokovic looking to establish himself as a great grass courter.
Novak Djokovic has already proven a lot in his tennis career with his imminent rise to the world number one ranking clear proof that he's able to go toe-to-toe with anyone.
However despite rising above the rest in the men's rankings, Djokovic has a lot to prove in Grand Slams and especially at Wimbledon. Djokovic, despite making this year's final, actually has no distinguished victories at the All England Club.
Djokovic has never beaten a top five player at Wimbledon and even last year when he made a run to the semi-finals, he faced no one better than an aging Lleyton Hewitt, a player ranked 26th at the time of their match.
In 2010 Tomas Berdych eliminated Djokovic and in 2009 Tommy Haas, ranked 34th at the time, took the Serb out.
The highest ranked player that Djokovic has beaten at Wimbledon remains 8th ranked Tommy Robredo as the Serb upset the Spaniard in the second round back in 2006.
Djokovic, who has never beaten anyone in the top five at Wimbledon, is lucky that Andy Murray was on the other side of the draw this year as I think the Scot would beat Djokovic on grass. If Federer did not suffer an upset to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the 2011 quarters I think the Swiss Maestro would have given Djokovic a much better run for his money in the semis.
Djokovic has had pretty good luck at the All England Club over the years highlighted by the fact that he played Yen-Hsun Lu, ranked 82nd, in last year's quarters.
If Djokovic is to be the last man standing after the Wimbledon 2011 final he'll need plenty more luck as Rafael Nadal, unlike Djokovic, is a player who has beaten players better than Tommy Robredo at SW19 before.