- Venue: All England Club, London
- Date: 25 June - 8 July
Coverage: Live on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC HD Channel, red button, BBC Radio 5 live, mobiles, tablet and the BBC Sport website
Novak Djokovic will begin his Wimbledon title defence in the opening match on Centre Court at 13:00 BST on Monday.
The Serbian faces Juan Carlos Ferrero and is followed on court by women's world number one
who takes on Anastasia Rodionova.
meets Albert Ramos second on Court One, with
third in the same arena.
Joshua Goodall, Oliver Golding, Heather Watson, Naomi Broady
also feature on day one.
On all courts other than Centre and One, play will start at an earlier time of 11:30 this year.
Goodall will be the first home representative in action when he meets fellow wildcard Grega Zemlja of Slovenia second on Court Three.
The weather on day one of Wimbledon fortnight looks like playing ball with some settled and drier conditions than of late. We're expecting it to be dry with some bright or sunny spells and a maximum temperature of around 20C. On Tuesday, the weather will be on the change with some showers or rain moving in from the south during the afternoon and evening. The outlook beyond that - well let's just leave it at 'unsettled' for now!
Broady faces Lourdes Dominguez Lino third on Court 16, with Golding taking on Russia's Igor Andreev fourth on Court Two and Konta playing Christina McHale of the United States last on Court 17.
Watson's encounter with Iveta Benesova of the Czech Republic is yet to be given a court and neither has the doubles first round involving
and American partner Eric Butorac against Andre Begemann and Igor Zelenay.
and Philippine team-mate Treat Conrad Huey are fourth on Court Nine against 19th seeds Jonathan Elrich and Andy Ram.
But the main attraction is
- back at Wimbledon for the first time since
beating Nadal in the 2011 final
and starting of his bid for a sixth Grand Slam title.
He has a 1-1 head-to-head record against Spaniard Ferrero but those meetings came in 2005 and 2007.
Ferrero, a two-time Wimbledon quarter-finalist, topped the rankings in 2003 - the year he won the French Open and reached the US Open final - but the 32-year-old is currently 38th in the world.
"He was the idol of many generations back in Spain," said Djokovic. "He's a Grand Slam winner, a Davis Cup winner and somebody that people really appreciate.
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"Everybody who follows tennis, especially us players, respect him a lot. He is always dangerous. I think he's playing as well as he was four or five years ago.
"He definitely has a lot of experience on the big stage, so I'm not underestimating him."
Fresh from her maiden
French Open triumph,
is hoping to win Wimbledon for the first time since lifting the trophy as a 17-year-old in 2004.
She faces 133-ranked Rodionova having won all four of their previous encounters, but the most eye-catching women's match on Monday sees
face 18th seed Jelena Jankovic.
The 29-year-old retires at the end of the season and will hope to mark her final appearance at the All England Club with a first title.
Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Petra Kvitova and Anne Keothavong are among the players starting on Tuesday.