• Andy Murray has won one Wimbledon title and that was in 2013.
  • Milos Raonic will be making his first appearance in a Grand Slam final.

Andy Murray takes on Milos Raonic in the men's singles final clash of the 2016 Wimbledon Championship on Sunday (10 July).

Where to watch live

Match starts at 2pm BST. Live coverage of the game will be available in the UK on BBC One and BBC Two. Live scores and regular updates will be available on Wimbledon's official website. Live streaming of the day's play for audiences in the UK is available on the BBC IPlayerapp.

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Andy Murray won the Wimbledon championship title in 2013 Getty


World No 2 Murray comes into the final on the back of a 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Tomas Bedych in the semi-final on 8 July. With the exception of the quarter-final against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the Scot has had a brilliant campaign displaying efficiency and tactical strategy not seen in the past.

His reunion with coach Ivan Lendl seems to be paying dividends, as he has become much more disciplined on court. Murray has never had too much luck in Grand Slam finals, winning two and losing eight of the encounters. His only two wins came against Novak Djokovic during his golden 2012-13 period when he beat the Serb to win the US Open in 2012 and then the Wimbledon in 2013.

For the first time in his career he will not be facing either Djokovic or Roger Federer in the final and comes into this clash as the firm favourite to clinch his second Wimbledon title.

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Milos Raonic is playing in his first Grand Slam final Getty

Canadian-born Raonic is playing his first Grand Slam final and what sets him apart from the other players of his generation is the ambition shown by him to get to the top: first by appointing former player Carlos Moya as his coach, and then by having the most high-profile consultant in the world of tennis, John McEnroe.

The World No 7 has responded well to adversity throughout the tournament. Trailing David Goffin by two sets in the fourth round, he roared back and won in five. He was brilliant against American Sam Querrey in the quarter-final for the first two sets before dropping off in the third while again fighting back in the semi-final against Federer.

Betting odds (betfair)

  • Andy Murray to win: 3/10
  • Milos Raonic to win: 3


The duo have faced each other nine times at Grand Slam and ATP Tour events, with Murray winning six of those encounters. They last faced each other in the final of the 2016 Queens Club tournament with Murray winning 6-7, 6-4, 6-3.

Wimbledon history

Murray and Raonic have never faced each other in Wimbledon in the past.