Could this be the year for a new Wimbledon men's champion?

It's been twenty years since the Wimbledon men's singles title was won by somebody outside

the group of four of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray.

Definitely, what difference would it make? What Roger, Rafa,

Andy and Novak have accomplished for this game is truly mind boggling, and they've had such countless fights.

 Yet, the opportunity is certainly approaching for new faces," said Hubert Hurkacz, a 25-year-old

from Poland who beat Federer a year prior on Center Court on the way to the elimination rounds at the All England Club.

"We're emerging and playing some great tennis. It's certainly getting more cutthroat.

We're beginning to make up for lost time somewhat," added Hurkacz, who is cultivated No.

7 and will confront Alejandro Davidovich Fokina as the grass-court Grand Slam competition starts Monday.