Baseline Buzz: Federer's best chance

After two-year Grand Slam drought, all signs pointing toward Swiss to win again

Updated: July 5, 2014, 10:21 AM ET
By Matt Wilansky | ESPN.com

LONDON -- Tennis is a delicate balance of heart and head.

You can't be a professional, never mind a multi-Slam winner, without some serious fortitude coming from somewhere deep inside.

Fortunately for Novak Djokovic, he is a living, breathing example of both. And that's a good thing, given that he's navigated his way to the Wimbledon final playing with anything but his A-game.

Take for instance the Serb's last match, a queasy 3-hour, 2-minute slip-fest against Grigor ...

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