Looking at the Men's draw, there is no doubt that some serious tennis battles are going to take place at this year's Wimbledon. With the World Number One at stake, it's definitely going to be a hectic tournament.

There are several interesting storylines to follow, but the most interesting ones have to be about the players from the Big Four. So, in this analysis, we are going to focus on each of them.

Andy Murray

Last year, Andy Murray finally reached the World Number One spot. Although he wasn't able to meet the expectations in the first half of the season, he can definitely redeem himself on home soil.

It is here that he is expected to shine.

Murray's march on Wimbledon starts with Alexandar Bublik from Khazakstan. In the second round, he could face Dustin Brown who pulled an upset in 2015 when he beat Nadal. In the third round, he might avenge his Rome loss against Fognini.

If Andy reaches the second week, he could face Australian bad boy Nick Kyrgios whom he beat in straight sets last year. Then, in the quarters, we have a clash against Wawrinka who is in pursuit of his career grand slam here at Wimbledon. The semifinal will possibly bring the clash against in-form Rafael Nadal.

Novak Djokovic

After dominating tennis courts for years, Novak Djokovic is experiencing a drop in form -- there's no doubt about that.

It was at last year's Wimbledon and his third-round loss from Querrey when it all began. Having in mind his poor results during the first half of the season, we can all agree that Djokovic is not a top contender for the title.

Looking at his part of the draw, there's one name that clearly stands out -- Martin Del Potro. If Djokovic passes that test, he could face Queen's Club champion Feliciano Lopez and then Dominic Thiem.

If he reaches the semis, we may witness another tennis classic between Novak and Roger Federer.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer is once again at his best. He captured the Australian Open and both Indian Wells and Miami Masters at the beginning of the season. His decision to skip the clay court season came as a surprise, but it was then when it became obvious that Wimbledon is at the center of Roger's attention.

With that in mind, some people suggest that he might even be the favorite for the title.

Dolgopolov, Lajovic, Mischa Zverev, Dimitrov -- these are the players Roger should have no problems with. It is his potential quarterfinal clash against Raonic that could pose the biggest threat because Milos beat him last year in the semis. As stated, we may see the clash between Federer and Djokovic in the semis.

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal is on the rise and there is no question about it. The king of clay recently won his tenth Roland Garros title and he is full of confidence. But Wimbledon has always been a huge mystery when it comes to Nadal's results. He had a couple of early exits in the past, but he also won two titles.

This year's draw is relatively easy for Rafa. It's only in his second week that he could face potential threats -- big servers like Karlovic and Cilic. As we said, in the semis, he may face Murray and in the final possibly Federer or Djokovic.

With all this being said, there is no doubt that this year's Wimbledon will give us answers to some of the burning questions. Will the big four prevail again? Who is going to be the World Number One?

We are just going to have to wait and see.