Top seed Luke Saville takes on Canada's Filip Peliwo in the final of the boys singles at Wimbledon 2012.
Defending champion Saville is without doubt the best junior in the world right now and the Aussie is hoping to achieve a remarkable feat by beating fourth seed Peliwo in today's final. No player has won two Wimbledon boy's titles back to back in nearly 40 years but Saville's form so far this week suggests he can emulate last year's achievement which saw him edge out Britain's Liam Broady in the final.
Saville (who also won the Australian Open junior title in January) is also vying to become the first player to win two junior slams in a calendar year since Grigor Dimitrov back in 2008. He looked pretty impressive in the semi-finals, easing past Italian third seed Gianluigi Quinzi 6-3, 6-4.
However Peliwo will almost certainly provide his toughest test of the week. The Canadian is into his third junior slam final (he also reached the French Open junior final last month) and he's seeking a first title.
Plus while Saville has won 17 of his 20 matches on the junior tour this year, one of those losses came to Peliwo in one of the warm-up tournaments for the Australian Open.
"He's a really good player," Saville told the press. "But I played really good against him at the Australian Open, so it gives me great confidence."