1. Federer - winning Wimbledon would mean 7 titles in total (tieing Pete's record), GS no 17 and a huge confidence boost for future tournaments, if Fed wins Wimbledon I'd favor him for the US Open. 2. Nadal - victory here would mean the Channel Slam for the third time (second time in a row) and a hold iron grip over clay and grass, could well win the US with the confidence boost taken from winning the whole thing (see 2010). Grand Slam no 11 and only 5 behind Federer could make him work even harder to reach Federer's number. 3. Djokovic - first Slam not in Australia, he'd prove the world that he can win on any kind of surface, if he won here he'd be as good as a lock to finish the year at no 1 and would bring his win-loss record to 48-1 this year with only hard courts to be played on for the rest of the year. If he actually won Wimbledon, I don't think he'd lose more than 2 matches this year - thus having a great chance to do better than McEnroe did in 1984. 4. Murray - pressure of the shoulders, finally winning a major (especially if he is to beat Nadal or Federer in the semi/final) which is sort of his "home Slam", maybe we could see him do a Federer post-2003 when he finally won a major and started to dominate. I don't see Murray winning 30+ matches in a row but surely with all the new confidence and self belief he'd be a factor everywhere. Don't think anyone else has a chance of winning Wimbledon this year.