Andy Murray’s inspired Olympic win over Switzerland’s Roger Federer in front of his home country crowd was one of the enduring images of the 2012 London Olympic Games. Murray is coming off a 2016 Wimbledon win back in June, but don’t count out world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. The Serbian had quite the shock, losing in the third round this year in London, but don’t forget he took down Murray in the finals of the both the Australian and French Opens.
Also competing Sunday is women’s top seed Serena Williams, who plays her first match in the singles tournament and will also play doubles with sister Venus. Venus was eliminated from the singles tournament, and it remains to be seen what kind of physical condition she’ll be in due to a stomach bug she’s had to deal with in recent days.
The action is schedule to begin at 9:45 a.m. Eastern and will continue throughout the day.