In the first round he will face British wildcard Liam Broady but it's in the latter stages where things could get interesting.
Should all of the matches go the way of the seeding, Murray would face Kyrgios in the fourth round, Gasquet in the quarter finals and then Wawrinka in the semi-finals. All of those matches are potentially tricky but he has a winning head to head record against all of them and has never lost to any of them on grass.
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Compare that to Djokovic, who will likely have to play big serving Raonic, a previous semi-finalist at Wimbledon, in the quarter final and then Federer in the semi-final and you can see why Murray has a real chance of winning Wimbledon again.
When he beat Djokovic at Wimbledon in 2013, Murray had an emphatic win in the semi-final against Janowicz in under three hours. Djokovic, on the other hand, played the longest semi-final in the tournament's history against Juan Martin Del Potro. Murray then went on to beat Djokovic in straight sets in the final. If Federer is on his game he can give Djokovic a real test in the semi-final and the same pattern from 2013 could emerge again.
Murray also has never lost to Djokovic on a grass court and all the pressure will be on the Serb to complete the calendar grand slam. With the added factor of Lendl back in the Murray camp, this could be his year again.
Murray's price to win outright has been dropping since the draw but you can still get 7/2 at SkyBet on him doing just that.