Rafael Nadal will start at Wimbledon on Tuesday in the first round match against Francisco Cerundolo.
The 22-time Grand Slam champion has enjoyed another good year so far, winning the Melbourne Summer Set before following on victories with both Australian and Mexican Open.
After worrying about injury, the French Open was next to win and the 36-year-old was able to at least prepare for this year's tournament at a show event.
Title 3However, Nadal has not made it to the Wimbledon finals since 2011 and faces a man who will explode at the scene this year
Cerundolo has reached the semi-finals of the Miami Open and can approach his first game in SW19 without pressure.
Nadal vs Cerundolo is the second match scheduled for Center Court on Tuesday afternoon, following the first Iga Swiatek meeting with Jana Fett
TV channel: On Tuesday, the BBC broadcast of Wimbledon airs on Red Button from 11am BST, with the BBC One program starting at 1.45pm BST.
Live streaming: TV license fee payers can broadcast a tennis match in the next two weeks via BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app