Wimbledon 2022 is coming up next week and the draw for one of the biggest and most prestigious tournaments in tennis has been made.
Andy Murray, Emma Raducanu, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will take to the famous SW19 courts over the next fortnight as they eye glory.
Unseeded two-time winner Murray has avoided a top name in the first round and will take on Australian James Duckworth, with a potential second-round meeting against John Isner on the cards.
Murray has beaten Duckworth on both occasions they have previously faced off and will confident of progressing against the world number 77.
Defending champion and top seed Djokovic begins his quest for a seventh title against South Korea’s Kwon Soon-woo.
Second seed Rafael Nadal, who is set to make his first appearance at Wimbledon since 2019, faces Argentina’s Francisco Cerundolo.
British number one Cameron Norrie, who is seeded ninth, will kick off his campaign against Spain’s Pablo Andujar.
British wild card Paul Jubb, meanwhile, has been given a standout first-round match against Nick Kyrgios, while in-form Jack Draper will open his campaign against Belgian wild card Zizou Bergs, who won the recent Challenger tournament in Ilkley.
In the women’s draw, tenth seed Raducanu will face Belgian Alison Van Uytvanck, providing the US Open champion recovers from a side strain in time.
Van Uytvanck, 28, is a tricky opponent who has reached the fourth round at Wimbledon before and is currently ranked 46th in the world.
Raducanua could take on another British player, Yuriko Miyazaki, in the second round, with Katie Swan also drawn in the same section.
Katie Boulter, who has been in excellent form on the grass, faces France’s Clara Burel.
Legend Williams will make her Wimbledon comeback against Harmony Tan.
The 23-time grand slam singles champion is unseeded having not played a competitive singles match since limping out of last year’s Championship with a hamstring injury.
Top seed Iga Swiatek opens her campaign against Croatian qualifier Jana Fett.
Wimbledon 2022 schedule and times
Men’s singles draw: Seeded players and selected others
 Novak Djokovic v S Kwon
 Rafael Nadal v F Cerundolo
 Casper Ruud v A Ramos-Vinolas
 Stefanos Tsitsipas v A Ritschard
 Carlos Alcaraz v J Struff
 Felix Auger-Aliassime v M Cressy
 Hubert Hurkacz v A Davidovich Fokina
 Matteo Berrettini v C Garin
 Cam Norrie v P Andujar
 Jannik Sinner v S Wawrinka
 Taylor Fritz v L Musetti
 Diego Schwartzman v B Coric
 Denis Shapovalov v A Rinderknech
 Marin Cilic v M McDonald
 Reilly Opelka v C Taberner
 Pablo Carreno Busta v D Lajovic
 Roberto Bautista Agut v A Balazs
 Grigor Dimitrov v S Johnson
 Alex De Minaur v H Dellien
 John Isner v E Couacaud
 Botic Van de Zandschulp v F Lopez
 Nikoloz Basilashvili v L Rosol
 Frances Tiafoe v A Vavassori
 Holger Rune v M Giron
 Miomir Kecmanovic v J Millman
 Filip Krajinovic v J Lehecka
 Lorenzo Sonego v D Kudla
 Dan Evans v J Kubler
 Jenson Brooksby v M Kukushkin
 Tommy Paul v F Verdasco
 Sebastian Baez v T Daniel
 Oscar Otte v P Gojowczyk
Andy Murray v J Duckworth
Nick Kyrgios v P Jubb
Women’s singles draw: Seeded players and selected others
 Iga Swiatek v J Fett
 Anett Kontaveit v B Pera
 Ons Jabeur v M Bjorklund
 Paula Badosa v L Chirico
 Maria Sakkari v Z Hives
 Karolina Pliskova v T Martincova
 Danielle Collins v M Bouzkova
 Jessica Pegula v D Vekic
 Garbine Muguruza v G Minnen
 Emma Raducanu v A Van Uytvanck
 Coco Gauff v E Ruse
 Jelena Ostapenko v O Dodin
 Barbora Krejcikova v M Zanevska
 Belinda Bencic v Q Wang
 Angelique Kerber v K Mladenovic
 Simona Halep v K Muchova
 Elena Rybakina v S Zhang
 Jil Teichmann v A Tomijanovic
 Madison Keys v Misaki Doi
 Amanda Anisimova v X Wang
 Camila Giorgi v M Frech
 Martina Trevisan v E Cocciaretto
 Beatriz Haddad Maia v K Juvan
 Elise Mertens v C Osorio
 Petra Kvitova v J Paolini
 Sorana Cirstea v A Krunic
 Yulia Putintseva v A Cornet
 Alison Riske v Y In-Albon
 Anhelina Kalinina v A Bondar
 Shelby Rogers v P Martic
 Kaia Kanepi v D Parry
 Sara Sorribes Tormo v C McHale
Serena Williams v H Tan