Former tennis star Tim Henman gives his predictions ahead of Wimbledon - tipping either Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray or Roger Federer for glory.
When discussing the tournament, he said: "Well I think, for me, I'd be very surprised if the men's singles is won from outside Djokovic, Murray and Federer. I think those are the three, one of those will be the winner."
And when discussing new tennis talent, he said:"One to watch, I would say Nick Kyrgios, who's Australian, young, he's got a great game. Needs to sort of match up his temperament.
"And then on a British note, Kyle Edmund is doing well, he's about 85 in the world, he's young, got a lot of improving to do but I'd like to see him have a good run at Wimbledon."
As for Rafa Nadal? Henman said: "Lots of people are going to miss Nadal, because he's one of the best players of all time. But you know, you shouldn't forget about Djokovic, Murray and Federer and all of these other great performers, so there's still going to be plenty of stars to watch."
Wimbledon begins on June 27 and goes on until July 10.