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Laura Robson says she is happy with her game heading into Wimbledon but is refusing to set herself any targets.

Novak DjokovicAs is customary, the defending champion, Novak Djokovic, will get the action underway on Centre Court as he takes on the former world number one, Juan Carlos Ferrero (...

Andy MurrayAndy Murray says his tricky draw at Wimbledon means he cannot think any further ahead than his first round opponent Nikolay Davydenko.

Heather Watson goes to Wimbledon next week in confident mood after an encouraging performance at the French Open. The British No.

Novak DjokovicThe Wimbledon Championships get underway on Monday and we are going TOP PRICE on the top 10 seeds in the men's draw until 5pm on Thursday afternoon.

Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova's preparations for her title defence were hit by a surprise loss to Russia's Ekaterina Makarova at Eastbourne.

David NalbandianArgentinean world No. 39 David Nalbandian insists he will not pull out of Wimbledon next week, despite his costly act of frustration on Sunday's final at Queens Club. Nalbandian was a set up when he angrily kicked an advertising hoarding into a line judge's leg, causing the official a serious gash with blood seeping out of it.

British No.1 Andy Murray crashed out in his opening match at the Aegon Championships on Wednesday afternoon in a three set thriller against Frenchman Nicolas Mahut. Mahut is ranked 65 in the world and is a very accomplished serve and volleyer, playing his best tennis on grass, having reached the final of Queens in 2007, losing to Andy Roddick.

A first round exit at the French Open has now been compounded with an early exit at Queens for the seventh seed and four time champion here at Queens Club, Andy Roddick. He was beaten in three tight sets by the 67th ranked player in the world Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6-4, 4-6, 7-5.

Rafael NadalAfter Rafael Nadal won a record seventh French Open in Paris yesterday, have cut him to 2/1 for Wimbledon which starts in just two...