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Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024: Wild cards complete star-studded line-up on the South Coast

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The final main draw wild card entries have been announced for the Rothesay International Eastbourne, including British stars Harriet Dart, Lily Miyazaki, Billy Harris, Jacob Fearnley and Liam Broady.

They join 2021 US Open title-winner Emma Raducanu on a strong list of wild cards for Devonshire Park this year.

Dart has always brought her best tennis to the British grass court season and has previously made the quarter-finals in Nottingham, Birmingham and the WTA 500 event in Eastbourne. The British No.2 is enjoying one of the best seasons of her career having reached her first WTA125 final in Canberra and maiden WTA 250 semi-final in Transylvania.

Miyazaki won the two biggest titles of her career this season at W75 events in France and has already picked up grass court victories in Surbiton and Ilkley.

The man of the moment Harris enters off the back of reaching his first ATP 500 quarter-final at the cinch Championships. The 29-year-old has been in blistering form this grass court season, having also made the semi-finals at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy and the Rothesay Open Nottingham.

Fearnley has also been rewarded for his efforts on the grass so far. The 22-year-old came through qualifying at the Rothesay Open Nottingham before going on to take home the title - marking his first ATP Challenger Tour title.

Completing the line-up is British No.5 Broady who will be looking to make his first appearance on the grass this year, after being forced to sit out so far due to injury. Last year's grass court season saw Broady defeat former world No.2 Casper Ruud en route to the third round at Wimbledon and will be looking to make a statement return in Eastbourne.

Norrie comes in as a late entry looking to gather some momentum heading into Wimbledon. A former Wimbledon semi-finalist and cinch Championships runner-up, the 28-year-old is a strong grass court player and will be a threat to anyone in the men’s draw next week.

Qualifying wild cards have also been assigned to 2023 Wimbledon juniors champion Henry Searle, Ranah Stoiber, Ella McDonald, Sarah Beth Grey and Eden Silva.

You can watch coverage of the Rothesay International Eastbourne across BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and digital channels and on the Tennis Channel.

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