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Novak Djokovic will be the top seed at Wimbledon this year and the 2011 champion is many people’s favourite to win his seventh Grand Slam title in three weeks time.

Live-Tennis.com’s officially licensed live streaming partner bet365 will be streaming Wimbledon 2013 in full for all their members and each of Djokovic’s matches will be available to watch for free online.

Djokovic won his fourth Australian Open title in January but since then the Serb has had a rollercoaster of a season by his standards. He beat Rafael Nadal to win the Monte Carlo Masters for the first time in April but after suffering shock defeats in Madrid and Rome, he arrived at the French Open looking more vulnerable than usual. However he played superbly throughout the fortnight in Paris and was desperately unlucky not to beat Nadal in an epic five hour semi-final which many are regarding as one of the greatest clay-court matches of all time.

During the tournament, Ernests Gulbis hit out at the top players for being too boring and not showing enough personality but three-time Wimbledon champion Chris Evert believes that Gulbis could not be more wrong.

“There's nothing boring about greatness,” Evert said. “Those top players, like John said, are at a level by themselves. That will form rivalries. Hopefully there's one stirring up right now with Nadal/Djokovic. Their matches are epic matches. So I don't think 'boring' is the right word. I wish the women had four up there like the men do right now. Right now it just seems to be one.”

That one is Serena Williams who broke Evert’s record in Paris, becoming the oldest female Grand Slam champion in the Open Era and she doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of slowing down. Serena now has 16 Grand Slam titles and by the end of the year, she could equal Evert’s tally of 18, moving her tantalisingly close to Steffi Graf’s record haul of 22 major crowns.

It’s hard to see who could stop Serena at Wimbledon. She hasn’t lost to Maria Sharapova since 2004 and grass isn’t Victoria Azarenka’s favourite surface.

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