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You can watch the best of the women's action from Eastbourne on BBC Two from 13:00 BST tomorrow, while Wimbledon qualifying boils down to a finale over on the red button.
Tomorrow's order of play is out and it is a scorcher.
First up is Fernando Verdasco's meeting with American serve machine Sam Querrey, then Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber takes on former world number one Simona Halep, followed by Aryna Sabelenka or (more probably) Caroline Wozniacki against Kiki Bertens and finally Dan Evans v Kyle Edmund.
Clear the diary and claim the sofa.
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Elsewhere world number two Rafael Nadal was seeded third at Wimbledon, with Roger Federer second despite being a rung lower in the rankings.
Wimbledon's seedings are decided using a formula that puts greater weight on grass-court results. It has been criticised by Nadal and world number one and top seed Novak Djokovic.
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Earlier today, Edmund's fellow British number one Johanna Konta was well beaten by Tunisia's Ons Jabeur to bring her Wimbledon preparation to an end in the third round of Eastbourne.
Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber booked her place in the last eight, coming through a tight first set before running away with the second in a 7-6 (7-4) 6-0 victory over Swedish world number 66 Rebecca Peterson.
A hugely impressive win from Kyle Edmund. His match against Dan Evans tomorrow looks to be a doozie.Copyright: PA MediaCopyright: Reuters
A speed-gun popping return from Kyle Edmund brings up 15-40 and two match points.
A little something for you to enjoy from Roehampton during the changeover...
Kyle Edmund moves to 40-15 with a deft, deadly drop shot, which lands as softly as a butterfly with sore feet.
His effort on the next point is not quite as clever, but he reacts smartly to volley into open court.
Cameron Norrie holds his end up well, seeing off Kyle Edmund to 15.
He is still in this. But at a set and a break down, the clock is ticking...Copyright: PA Media
Kyle Edmund encounters the first bit of pressure on his service, dragged to downtown deuce-ville by Cameron Norrie.
But that forehand, spitting fire and smearing chalklines, gets him out of trouble and to within two games of a meeting with Dan Evans in the third round.
Cameron Norrie tricks and tune-ups work as he holds serve for the first time in the second set.
Cameron Norrie reverts to some old-school serve volley as he drags himself back to 30-30 by keeping Edmund out of the point.
He is also cutting down on the time between points, stepping up to the oche before the umpire even has time to read out the score.
And he is battering his second serve. A double fault takes him allows Edmund to deuce.
Kyle Edmund has brought his feather duster as well as his bazooka.
A wham-bam forehand is followed up with a lovely sucker drop-volley, drawing the venom from Cameron Norrie's powerful ground strokes and dropping it short and out of reach of his opponent.Copyright: Reuters
Kyle Edmund snaps the Cameron Norrie serve over his knee and he is a set and a break to the good.
Norrie has a long, long road to get back into this one.
Cameron Norrie has won only two of 10 points after the restart following that long delay for a medical hold-up in the stands.
Kyle Edmund's forehand penetrates deep into the court and is piling up winners.
Kyle Edmund's low, shooting forehand cuts off Cameron Norrie at the knees as he wades up-court.
First set signed, sealed and delivered.
Cameron Norrie over-cooks a forehand long and is backed up to 30-40.
Set point Edmund...Copyright: PA Media
Kyle Edmund is out of the traps fastest, scooting on to 0-30 via a Cameron Norrie shank.
Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie are knocking up once more after a break of more than 45 minutes for medical treatment for a spectator who fell ill in the stands.
We will be back underway shortly with Norrie serving to stay in the first set.