Katie Swan and Heather Watson moved into the second round of French Open qualifying with victories at Roland Garros on Wednesday.
Great Britain’s Fed Cup captain Anne Keothavong has named her strongest squad for their World Group II play-off against Kazakhstan later this month.
HEATHER WATSON's Wimbledon charge ran out of steam as she was beaten in three sets by Victoria Azarenka.
SO Kyle Edmund couldn’t make it five out of five for Great Britain in the singles yesterday. But there is a keen sense of anticipation for the four Brits who take to the courts today. The officials at the All England Club have done their bit too, so there is a good chance there will not be too much overlap when they are on court.
Wimbledon Wrap: After yesterday’s flying ants and British success, how will Kyle Edmund and Jamie Murray fare today?
YESTERDAY at Wimbledon was marked by a swarm of flying ants and a swathe of British victories, so what can we expect from day four of the Championships?