Andy Murray takes on Roger Federer this afternoon in the final of Wimbledon 2012, looking to seal a place in Wimbledon history (14:15 BST start).
This afternoon, a nation will hold its breath as Murray attempts to do what no other British man has managed since Fred Perry in 1936 and win the men's singles at the All-England Club.
But it is not only Murray who is looking to make history today.
Federer may have won Wimbledon six times, but the Swiss will be putting considerable pressure on himself and is desperate to tie Pete Sampras's record of seven Wimbledon titles.
Should Federer win today he will return to the top of the world rankings and break Sampras' all-time record of 286 weeks as world No. 1.
Murray leads 8-7 on the head-to-head, but crucially he has never beaten Federer over five sets, a far tougher proposition than getting the better of the Swiss in Masters 1000 events as Murray has done so well over the years.
Federer won 6-2 7-5 6-2 when they met in the 2008 US Open final and while it was closer in the Australian Open final a couple of years ago, Murray was still unable to get a set as Federer won 6-3 6-4 7-6.
Murray has come through a couple of desperately tight four setters with David Ferrer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga over the past fortnight and he credited the influence of new coach Ivan Lendl with helping him to pull through those matches.
"I think you try to make sure you don't get too excited on the court, never get too high, never get too down, which maybe in the past I was too up and down. I needed to try and be a bit more stable on the court [and] not be so emotional," said the Scot ahead of today's final.
"I'd say that's the one thing that I've learnt from being around him. Like I explained after the match today, it wasn't like [I] was jumping around the locker room with excitement. It was, ‘There's one more match to go. Well done today, but let's focus on the next one.’"
Lendl lost his first four Grand Slam finals before winning his first major. Murray has lost his first three. Can the Czech inspire him to his greatest victory of all ? We'll find out soon enough.