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How many Brits will be left standing after the first round at Wimbledon? From Andy Murray to Johanna Konta – the 15 hopefuls going for glory

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There are 15 British players aiming for success in the Wimbledon singles. Six Brits are competing in Men’s singles; there are nine in the Women’s singles. Wimbledon gets underway on Monday with a sizable contingent of British players looking to make an impact.

 

 

There are six Brits in the Men’s singles, most notably Andy Murray, while there are nine contenders in the Women’s singles including Johanna Konta.

 

 

Andy Murray, who has a wildcard entry, is among the 15 Brits going for glory at Wimbledon

 

 

MEN’S SINGLES

Jack Draper – Ranking 250
A learning experience on a show court for the promising wildcard.

Liam Broady – 146
The left-hander plays an opponent more comfortable on clay.

 

 

Jay Clarke – 233
The wildcard’s opponent has never played at Wimbledon.

 

 

Dan Evans – 25
A wily opponent for the British No 1.

Andy Murray – 124
A wildcard for his 13th Wimbledon.

Cameron Norrie – 41
Seeded 29 and the only Brit in the bottom half of the draw.

WOMEN’S SINGLES

Johanna Konta – 30
A title in Nottingham has given the British No 1 perfect preparation.

Samantha Murray Sharan – 225
A return to SW19 after seven years.

Emma Raducanu – 361
A wildcard experiencing the big time.

Heather Watson – 70
She can beat lucky loser in qualifying.

Francesca Jones – 194
Tough test against 17-year-old star.

Katie Swan – 284
Did well in qualifying, dropping only one set in three matches.

Katie Boulter – 214
Good draw against debutant Lao.

Jodie Burrage – 266
Another wildcard making her debut.

Harriet Dart – 142
Tricky draw against the 13th seed.







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