Andy Murray will make his return to the Australian Open with a tough first-round match against Roberto Bautista Agut.
Six British players are due to contest the singles events as the grand slam tennis season kicks off in Australia.
British number one Johanna Konta has suffered an injury setback just a week before the start of the Australian Open.
Johanna Konta’s year got off to a promising start with a straight sets win over Sloane Stephens in the first round of the Brisbane International.
Johanna Konta heads into what she hopes will be a more positive 2019 season buoyed by two new men in her life.
SO Wimbledon is over for another year. Roger Federer and Garbine Muguruza will fly home today with their trophies and a mountain of memories from a special fortnight.
SO the dream died for Johanna Konta yesterday at Wimbledon when she was defeated by the brilliant Venus Williams in the women’s semi-finals.
YESTERDAY’s action at Wimbledon was dominated by injuries.
Wimbledon wrap: Moving on from Manic Monday and Jo Konta and Venus Williams prepare for quarter finals
SO yesterday’s Manic Monday at Wimbledon lived up to the billing alright.
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?