But British women's No 1 Johanna Konta is a major doubt to play after hurting her back in a fall at the end of her quarter-final clash at Eastbourne on Thursday.
Week two could see Murray up against Nick Kyrgios in the fourth, then JW Tsonga.
Federer's charge towards another historic milestone could be helped by Andy Murray's hip injury, Novak Djokovic's crisis of confidence after the worst run of his career, and the fact that French Open champion Rafael Nadal hasn't been past the fourth round at the All England Club since 2011.
'I think it's going to be a really interesting Wimbledon, that's for sure, like it's been since the beginning of the year also. Australian John Millman, ranked 137th, is first up.
As for French Open victor Nadal, he pulled out of his scheduled warm-up event at Queen's, choosing instead to practise on grass at home in Majorca. "Practice has gone well", said Lendl.
"He would need to be significantly injured not to play". Bouchard has been ousted in the first and third rounds since and, in fact, hasn't advanced past the third round of any Slam since the 2015 U.S. Open.
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"I think it's very even when we put it all out on the line", said seven-time champion Federer.
If the seedings go to plan, Murray will play Stan Wawrinka in the quarter-finals before taking on Nadal, the champion in 2008 and 2010. Murray's harboured hip trouble after an early exit at Queen's, Nadal made a decision to skip grasscourt warm-ups to rest his body after winning the French Open while Djokovic burst into life earlier on Saturday by winning the Eastbourne title.
His clay sabbatical showed above all how badly he wants another Wimbledon crown after reaching two finals and one semi-final in the last three years.
The German is seeded to face Czech Karolina Pliskova, the runner-up at last year's U.S. Open, in the semi-finals.
Nadal would certainly be a formidable opponent in the semis although Murray would likely have preferred the Spaniard to Roger Federer, who was the other possible top four seed to land in his half.
For the fifth time since last August, Juan Martin del Potro and Novak Djokovic have been drawn to cross paths early in a tournament.
Nadal is a two-time victor (2008 and 2010), while Djokovic has taken home three titles (2011, 2014 and 2015).