Wimbledon is back after the 2020 edition of the tournament was cancelled due to COVID-19. Not only are the grass courts and white uniforms back, but so are two legends of the tournament: Andy Murray and Roger Federer.

The pair have not faced each other in a Grand Slam since 2015 in Cincinnati – Federer won that battle - but both were seen practicing together on Sunday. Both men are looking to extend their Wimbledon trophy case, with Federer holding eight titles and Murray holding two titles.

The 34-year-old Scot managed to hold off Nikoloz Basilashvili to post a 6-4, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 score. This was Murray’s first win at Wimbledon since 2017. Federer will take on Adrian Mannarino on Tuesday.

Murray and Federer are at the opposite sides of the draw and could potentially meet in the final.