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Andy Murray celebrates an opening round win at Wimbledon 2023

Who are the Scots to watch at Wimbledon 2024?


A host of Scots will compete at The Championships, Wimbledon in the various draws over the next two weeks.

Scottish tennis fans have eight players to root for at the All England Club when the third Grand Slam event of the year gets underway on Monday, 1 July.

In the men’s singles, Andy Murray is due to take on Tomas Machac in what could be his final outing at Wimbledon, the 37-year-old two-time champion having suggested he will retire this summer. Murray, who has cast doubt on an appearance in singles following recent surgery, is scheduled to begin his campaign on Tuesday.

Cameron Norrie, meanwhile, will take on Facundo Diaz Acosta and Jacob Fearnley, fresh from winning his maiden ATP Challenger Tour title at the Rothesay Open in Nottingham, will play his first-ever Wimbledon singles match against the qualifier Alejandro Moro Canas.

In the men’s doubles, Scots will turn their attention to the mouthwatering pairing of Andy and Jamie Murray as the iconic brothers play together at a Grand Slam for the first time. They’ll open against John Peers and Rinky Hijikata. Also in the doubles, Fearnley, has teamed up with his ex-US college teammate Jack Pinnington-Jones, with the pair facing Brazilian duo Marcelo Melo and Rafael Matos.

Maia Lumsden, wearing all white and hitting a forehand on court at the Wimbledon qualifiers

Maia Lumsden - who made a historic run to the quarter-finals last year - teams up with fellow GB player Harriet Dart in the women’s doubles; Italian pair Jasmine Paolini and Sara Errani are their opponents in round one.

Gordon Reid will again fancy his chances in the wheelchair events as he competes in singles and doubles alongside Alfie Hewett, the pair aiming to complete the third leg of another Grand Slam. The events take place in the second week with the draws yet to be made.

And in the junior events, held during the second week of The Championships, Charlie Robertson and Hephzibah Oluwadare will be competing. Draws are not yet available for the junior competitons. 

You can keep up to date with all the results on the Tennis Scotland social media channels.

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