On Sunday afternoon, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will face off on Centre Court at Wimbledon for a chance at the 2014 title. Federer is already heralded as one of the greatest tennis players ever, while Djokovic has a chance to take a step closer to joining that argument with a second Wimbledon title. While it's a toss-up at this point with who will win, we take a closer look at their numbers over the years and the road they've had to this championship.
|Roger Federer||Novak Djokovic|
|Head to Head wins||18||16|
|Grand Slams won||17||6|
|Sets lost this championship||1||4|
|Head to head at Wimbledon||1 (2012 semifinals)||0|
|2014 Head to head record||2||1|
|Grand Slam wins since 2013||0||1|
|Head to head in Grand Slam finals||1 ('07 U.S. Open)||0|
|2014 ATP wins||2||3|
|Records in Grand Slam finals||17-7||6-7|
|ATP World Ranking||4||2|
The match kicks off at 9 AM ET on ESPN, and it's expected to be a pretty epic match between these two, who last met in a Grand Slam during the semifinals of Wimbledon in 2012, with Federer taking Djokovic out in four sets.
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