British number one Johanna Konta joined Heather Watson in the second round of the Hong Kong Open with victory over compatriot Naomi Broady.
Sportsmail looks at the chances of the other British players joining home hero Andy Murray in the second round at Wimbledon. Johanna Konta and Heather Watson play on Monday.
Heather Watson saved four match points but was unable to prevent world No 25 Jelena Jankovic winning in three sets in the Wuhan Open first round. Her loss means Johanna Konta is new British No 1.
The 25-year-old had beaten compatriot Naomi Broady on Tuesday, but was not able to resume the tournament against Qiang Wang of China in what was the first of Thursday's scheduled matches.
Johanna Konta and Naomi Broady gave British women’s tennis some rare good cheer on Monday when they secured a brace of victories over players from the world’s top 100.