A fortnight of top tennis action gets under way - weather permitting - on the opening day of the 122nd championship from the famous green turf of the All England Club. Last year, Roger Federer equalled Bjorn Borg's record of winning five successive finals, but he has claimed only one title this year. The Swiss world number one lost in the Australian Open semi-final to eventual winner Novak Djokovic and was thrashed by Rafael Nadal in this year's French Open final. Is it time for a changing of the guard in SW19? Presented by Sue Barker
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