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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Order of play on TV court

    Play starts at 11:00 BST

    Gregoire Barrere (Fra) beats Liam Broady (GB) 3-6 6 0-6 6-2 6-4 6-3

    Lesley Kerkhove (Ned) beats Sabine Lisicki (Ger) 0-6 6-4 6-4

    Cori Gauff (US) v Greet Minnen (Bel) 6-1 6-1

  2. How does Wimbledon Qualifying work?

    The qualifying competition comprises men's and women's competitions where players must win through three rounds to earn one of the 16 places in the main draw for the men's and women's championships.

    If a main draw player withdraws after the qualifying competition has started, his/her place in the main draw will be taken by a lucky loser – this is a player that lost in the final round of qualifying. These players are drawn by lot against other losers in this round.

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into tennis

    • Whether you're starting out, have been competing for years, or simply looking to try something new - there's a type of tennis to suit everyone.
    • There are over 20,000 tennis courts across the United Kingdom. Thousands of clubs and park courts provide racquets and balls if you don't have your own.
    • Try tennis for free this summer at a Big Tennis Weekend. Thousands of free events will take place at clubs across the country, with sessions designed to suit all abilities and the whole family.
    • Alternatively find a Local Tennis League near you. There are more than 150 leagues and over 15,000 players of all levels and abilities across the UK.
    • Tennis for Kids is a fun starter course for kids aged 4-11, giving parents the chance to join in too. The course includes six sessions with an accredited coach, a racquet, ball and personalised t-shirt.
  4. BBC Coverage

    Thursday, 27 June

    Live coverage on the BBC Red Button & Connected TV and online (11:00-17:30)