Andy Murray’s former coach Brad Gilbert, a former world No 4 and top American television pundit, tells you all you need to know on the top women’s seeds at this year’s Wimbledon Championships. Gilbert reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in 1990 and is an Olympic bronze medalist.
1. Serena Williams
32, USA. Last year: fourth round
It is somewhat surprising that Serena comes here holding only one Major title and her more frequent slips in Grand Slams have gradually planted the idea in other players they have a chance. But when she brings her ‘A’ game it is pretty much unbeatable. In toughest part of the draw.
Tough draw: Serena Williams is the top seed in the ladies’ singles but is in the toughest part of the draw
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