The bookmakers are not backing Andy Murray to break his Grand Slam Duck at Wimbledon.
Odds on the British number one have drifted out to 12 to one following a tough draw for the tournament, which starts on Monday.
Public expectation is still likely to be high given that Murray has reached the semi-finals for the last three years.
He'll also have the help of coach Ivan Lendl, who has been brought in to improve Murray's mental conditioning.
Murray has been drawn against Nikolay Davydenko in the first round of the tournament.
The World number 4 has the better record over his Russian opponent winning five out of their nine meetings, but has never played him on grass and Davydenko won their only previous meeting at a Grand Slam tournament.
Murray goes into SW19 after losing all three of his warm up matches on grass and is in the same half of the draw as Rafa Nadal who takes on Thomaz Bellucci in the first round.