Novak Djokovic has quite a chance to bring some fresh air into his lungs at Wimbledon Championships. After a disappointing run at the French Open where he was stopped in the quarterfinals by Dominic Thiem, the Serb shifted to the grass court. Choosing to play a warm-up event before Wimbledon might've been a smart choice for him.

Yesterday, a full week of tennis and several wins in a row were capped by Djokovic with an ATP 250 title. It's his second success of the year, and despite being a low-ranked event, it gives him a point to start over. Ranked fourth in the ATP ranking he is the second seed at Wimbledon, the very place where a year ago his unexpected decline started.

Djokovic shares draw with Roger Federer

Last year, Djokovic was the subject of a major upset at Wimbledon to Sam Querrey in the third round thus failing to defend his title. Now, things are different as he will walk free of any debt on Wimbledon's lawns. He will start his bid at the third Grand Slam of the season with a match against Martin Klizan (44 ATP). In head to head stats, Djokovic appears as the ruling party with a strong 3-0 lead over the Slovak.

The next rounds are likely to be an easy ride for the 30-year-old Serb. He might consider himself lucky having an apparently easy ride towards the second week with no ranking burden whatsoever. Juan Martin del Potro could emerge in the third round, but the Argentine is still struggling with injuries and form.

The fourth round might bring Gael Monfils on the other side of the net while the last eight stages may call for a revenge match against Dominic Thiem, the young Austrian who brutally dismantled Djokovic a few weeks ago in Paris.

If he reaches the last four stages, Novak Djokovic may face Roger Federer. The Swiss star regained his mojo after a slow start on grass as he capped another title last week in Halle at GerryWeber Open.

Djokovic has the upper hand over Federer after beating him in two consecutive Wimbledon finals back in 2014 and 2015.

The no. 1 spot is on the line for Djokovic

For the first time in years, the race for the no. 1 slot in men's tennis is an open field. Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic are all involved in a tremendous battle.

If Murray gets out early, the powder keg will blow up as the other three contenders are free runners in the contest with nothing to defend. With the main draw matches starting tomorrow, it'll be interesting to watch the outcome of this event as any prediction is a wild guess at least at this moment.