This year's Wimbledon has already proved to be a fairly exciting one, although the power players in the women's singles draw are making light work of their opposition in the early rounds. World number one Serena Williams is already through to the third round, winning her first round match 6-1 6-2 against Anna Tatishvili, before winning her second round match 6-1 6-1 against Chanelle Scheepers earlier today.
Meanwhile, another former Wimbledon champion, Maria Sharapova is looking to follow suit, cruising through her first round match with ease, beating British wildcard Samantha Murray 6-0 6-1. It is expected that Maria Sharapova will have another easy game with her second round match today, which will see her taking on the Swiss player Timea Bacsinszky later this afternoon on Court One.
There are some people who feel that, if the circumstances sit right, then Timea Bacsinszky might have a chance of troubling Maria Sharapova but, in all honesty, if Sharapova does not beat Bacsinszky in straight sets, then we will be very surprised. Marvia Sharapova v Timea Bacsinszky will follow the men's singles match between Stan Wawrinka and Yen-Hsun Lu.
It is 10 years since Maria Sharapova burst onto the tennis scene with her Wimbledon title win as a 17-year-old girl and it would be the ideal way to celebrate that anniversary by winning the tournament once again. It will not be easy for Maria and we tip Serena Williams to actually take home the women's singles title once again, possibly not even dropping a set.
Who do you think will win the women's singles title at Wimbledon 2014?