Will Scotland's Murray drive this place wild with another title to go with his celebrated 2013 championship and bring on another grand British moment?
"I enjoy playing in high-pressure situations," Murray said, in classic, dry, noncommittal Murray fashion.
Will the suddenly fading
"On grass, the feeling is you have to be focused on all games, on every point," Nadal said.
"I needed the time off with my family," Djokovic said, after a Friday exhibition hit-and-giggle here.
Will Stan Wawrinka, who upset Djokovic in the
"I think what they have achieved in the last 10 years is amazing," Wawrinka said, clinging to the more comfortable outside image, even though he, not Nadal, is seeded fourth here.
Can Federer, the father of four and just six weeks shy of his 34th birthday, win an eighth title here?
"Wimbledon comes around quickly," he said. "You come in with many more doubts."
She is seeded No. 1, of course, and her main stumbling blocks should come from the next three seeded players. They are, in order, second-seeded Petra Kvitova, last year's winner; No. 3 Simon Halep, and No. 4 Maria Sharapova.
But, interestingly, her toughest challenge could very well come from her 35-year-old sister Venus, also a five-time champion here. Each is three wins away from a fourth-round matchup. Venus Williams is seeded 16th.
Play begins Monday and runs through July 12.