Eight years on from her last triumph at SW19, Maria Sharapova believes a second Wimbledon crown is on the cards again.
After winning the French Open earlier this month, the Russian arrives for the tournament as the world number one.
Sharapova said: "It was such an incredible moment in my career in Paris and one I will always remember, but in a matter of a few days its onto the next one and here we are at Wimbledon."
She was among the stars of womens tennis who turned out for the WTA Tour's pre-Wimbledon red carpet event in Kensington on Thursday night.
Sharapova's ranking has fluctuated during her career due to a combination of form and injuries, but she refutes claims her focus on off-court promotion has hampered her success on it.
"I don't regret any path I've taken since I won in 2004. To be 17 and win the Wimbledon title and to go on and win all the other Grand Slams, winning in France a few weeks ago. Hopefully I'll win another one here.
The Wimbledon fortnight starts on Monday with Petra Kvitova defending the womens title.