Heather Watson admitted vicious social media users have made her life a misery in the past as her career progressed without taking flight. But 2015 has hinted at what might be possible for the British No 1.
A year ago, Andy Murray was thrashed by Grigor Dimitrov on Centre Court. But a revamped coaching set-up and marriage have seen him bounce back. Sportsmail looks at the 12 months since then.
MIKE DICKSON: In another life Johanna Konta would have spent her weekend at Glastonbury, indulging her favourite pastime of attending festivals and live music events.
Andy Murray has been drawn in the same half of the draw as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon as he looks for his second title at SW19. Check out Sportsmail's wall chart.
KING OF THE COURT: Sportsmail catches up with Nicolas Mahut, the 33-year-old most famous for playing the longest match in history at Wimbledon in 2010.
STUART FRASER: For 2014’s Wimbledon ladies’ finalists, Petra Kvitova and Eugenie Bouchard, the following 12 months have not quite panned out as they would have envisaged.
Novak Djokovic has denied accusations of cheating after coach Boris Becker let slip that he communicated with his charge during matches. Becker revealed that he uses special signals.
Petra Kvitova has admitted Serena Williams 'has a really great chance' to complete the Grand Slam this season in a realistic assessment of her bid to retain the Wimbledon title
Serena Williams has revealed that she has been studying for a pre-med degree as she plans to possibly go into medical school when she retires. The 33-year-old plays at Wimbledon on Monday.
James Ward received a huge boost on Sunday when first-round opponent David Ferrer withdrew from Wimbledon with an elbow injury. British No 4 Ward now faces Italian world No 113 Luca Vanni.
Great Britain's Johanna Konta has been handed a Centre Court slot for her Wimbledon first-round match against former champion Maria Sharapova.
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