Busy day for new star Katie Swan – the only Brit in singles action on Wednesday.
The world No.204 plays against No.29 seed Mihaela Buzarnescu of Romania in the first match on Court 3 – a court open to ground-pass holders. She wlll then play doubles with Katie Boulter.
They take on Lucie Hradecka and Su-Wei Hsieh on Court 9.
Britain’s three other players left in singles – Kyle Edmund, Jo Konta and Boulter – play on Thursday.
Roger Federer, wearing his new Uniqlo kit, plays the second match on Centre Court against Lukas Lacko of Slovenia.
He is followed onto the main arena by Serena Williams who will bid to extend her 15-match Wimbledon winning streak against Viktoria Tomova of Bulgaria.
World No.2 Caroline Wozniacki, who has never got past the fourth round here, plays Russian Ekaterina Makarova.
The Australian Open champion is the second match on Court One – after last year’s runner-up Venus Williams play Alexandra Dulgheru of Romania.
Last year’s losing finalist Marin Cilic is a dark horse to win the title this year. The Croat. who won the Fever-Tree Championships at the Queen’s Club, plays Argentine Guido Pella in the last match on Court No.1.
Three British wildcards who went out in the first round are in doubles action. Jay Clarke and Cameron Norrie team up while Liam Broady teams up with Scott Clayton to play Americans Frances Tiafoe and Jackson Withrow.
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