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The ten Brits to watch at Wimbledon

Ten Britons, three men and seven women, are competing at the 127th Wimbledon Championships this year.
James Ward has only played at only a handful of matches at Grand Slams. The 26-year-old is ranked 216th and reached the second round of the tournament last year. If he beats world number 74 Yen-Hsun Lu in the first round this year, he could be set to face fellow Brit Andy Murray!
James Ward
18-year-old Kyle Edmund will be making his debut at Wimbledon this year. He's had a brilliant 12 months, winning the US Open junior doubles title and becoming the first British winner at the French Open since 1982 when he lifted the boys' doubles title earlier in June.
Kyle Edmund
Everyone knows about Andy Murray, but who are the other Brits in action at this year's Wimbledon? The tournament won't be straight forward for Murray, he needs to get past Benjamin Becker in the first round, and could have to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic if he is to go one step further than last year, when he lost to Federer in four sets in the final.
Andy Murray
Laura Robson has become Britain's best female player this year. The 19-year-old is now ranked 38th and has had a good year already having won against former Wimbledon champions Petra Kvitova and Venus Williams. It's the first year Robson has qualified to enter the tournament in her own right. She'll face world number 10 Maria Kirilenko in the first round.
Laura Robson
After finishing 2012 on a high by winning her first WTA title at the Japan Open, Heather Watson has had a frustrating 2013. The 21-year-old was diagnosed with glandular fever in April and missed 10 weeks, only returning at the French Open last month. She takes on 18-year-old American rising star Madison Keys, in the first round.
Heather Watson
29-year-old Anne Keothavong is ranked 217th in the world. Last year she reached the second round of the competition. She began playing the sport when she was seven after she was introduced to it by her parents at their local park.
Anne Keothavong
Last year 22-year-old Johanna Konta was knocked out in the first round of Wimbledon. She started playing tennis when she was eight and was born in Sydney, Australia.
Johanna Konta
29-year-old Elena Baltacha comes from a very sporty family. Her mum was a Russian pentathlete and her dad used to play football for Ipswich Town. She played at the London Olympics and has already made her eighth appearance at Wimbledon. Unfortunately you had to be quick to see her, she went out in the first round.
Elena Baltacha
Sam Murray will be making her first singles appearance at Wimbledon this year. Most of her success to date has come in the doubles where she has won 10 titles on the International Tennis Federation circuit.
Samantha Murray
20-year-old Tara Moore will also be making her first singles appearance at the tournament this year. She is currently the British number five in women's tennis and used to have the same coach as Serena Williams.
Tara Moore