Andy Murray will definitely play at Wimbledon, and stands as good a chance of winning the Men's Singles title as anyone else, says his coach.
"He is a great player, and has massive potential", said American Brad Gilbert whilst busily strapping the young, bad-tempered Scot's injured right hand, adding "but he'll have to wait until next year."
Murray has been suffering from a particularly bad case of "tennis elbow" sustained whilst "having a shower" after finishing a practice match against fellow Men's contender and World Wrestling Champion Amalie Maurismo.
"As long as he looks after himself, stays fit and healthy, and exercises more care with his wounded right hand when masturbating, there's absolutely no reason on Earth why Andy shouldn't win the Men's title in 2008", he went on.
American Andy Roddick, is in with an excellent chance to win his first Wimbledon, and is amongst the 'favourite Andys' to become the first 'champion Andy' this century.
The latest betting is as follows:
- 8-15 Andy Federer
3-1 Andy Roddick
4-1 Andy Murray
8-1 Andy Warhol
10-1 Andie McDowell
16-1 Andy Williams
20-1 Andy Capp
25-1 Andy Pandy
50-1 Andy Peters
100-1 Andy from Toy Story
500-1 Tim Henman
Provided it doesn't rain.