The 21-year-old has benefited from a number of withdrawals among eligible men from other countries but must wait for approval from the International Tennis Federation.
STUART FRASER - COURT REPORT: After an emotional farewell to the All England Club last year, Leyton Hewitt is back next week to mentor Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic and play doubles.
In the orbit of Andy Murray a nutritionist is employed to provide him with an eating plan on match days to maximise performance. His Wimbledon opponent Liam Broady inhabits a less glamorous sphere.
Jo Konta will go into Wimbledon with plenty of grass court matches behind her, but would rather not have a full weekend to recover after losing in the semi-finals of her hometown event.
The 2016 Wimbledon draw includes prickly paths for Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams in their quests to make history. Djokovic is trying to complete a calendar-year Grand Slam. Williams hopes to win that elusive 22nd Grand Slam. She also probably wants to put a stop to heart-breaking endings at majors. One thing is certain, though. Show More Summary
It was just five months ago that Marcus Willis considered bringing his journeyman career to an end after a Futures tournament in Tunisia. Now the 25-year-old is set for Wimbledon.
Will Andy Murray or Roger Federer dethrone Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon 2016? That’s the popular question among casual sports fans, but there is a lot more complexity with a deep field of ATP contenders hoping to break the Serb’s reign. We present our Wimbledon preview of the top-10 players, which is different than the ATP rankings. Show More Summary
Andy Murray will face fellow Briton Liam Broady in the Men's Singles first round at Wimbledon 2016, starting on Monday, June 27. It's the beginning of a potentially tough route to the final for the No. 2 seed after the draw for bothShow More Summary
Muguruza's road out of this quarter would likely go through Giorgi, a qualifier, Mattek-Sands, (14) Stosur and (8) Venus Williams.
With the backdrop of a historic day in the UK, the Wimbledon draw was released a short while ago. All eyes are on top seed and 2-time defending champion Novak Djokovic who continues his march toward a Calendar Slam. Former champion Andy Murray is always in the spotlight in his home event and what do [...]
Novak Djokovic will play Englishman James Ward in the opening round of Wimbledon 2016, it was confirmed in Friday's draw, while Serena Williams will begin her tournament against a qualifier. Djokovic and Williams, the top seeds in the men’s and women’s brackets, are seeking to defend their titles at the All England Club. Show More Summary
Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic both drew British opposition in a Wimbledon draw Murray should be more happy about overall than the runaway world number one.
Reigning champion Serena Williams was joined by two-time winner Petra Kvitova and British stars Heather Watson, Laura Robson and Naomi Broady on the purple carpet in Kensington.
Get to the net quickly, restrict the time Novak Djokovic has to pick his shot, then trust those volleying skills in pursuit of a glory that few men ever realise. Sounds easy enough, right?
‘The serve is a very technical thing and complex. I don’t specifically strengthen my muscles, it’s more injury prevention so my shoulder and back are well supported.
Durie has told Heather Watson to get used to the rain during the grass-court season and said her attitude on court is 'strange'. The first-round draw for Wimbledon takes place on Friday.
Tipped for the very top when she reached the Wimbledon final in 2014, Bouchard endured an alarming loss of form in 2015, and suffered a freak accident at that year's US Open.
Murray has been denied two major victories already this year by Djokovic after losing to the Serb in both the Australian and French Open finals. The world No 1 has won 13 of the pair's past 15 meetings.
Timson, a sports scientist, does not have a background in tennis and made his name first in skeleton bob at the Winter Olympics. He then became head of science and medicine at the ECB.
Victoria Azarenka has been forced to withdraw from Wimbledon due to a knee injury. Azarenka has not played since she retired in the deciding set of her first-round match against Karin Knapp.