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The draw for Wimbledon begins at 10am on Friday – and there will be complete coverage of the draw online. Qualifying for the tournament will take place from Monday through to Thursday. There will be a total of 256 players in action with 16 men and 16 women progressing through if they win three matches in a row.

What’s been said?

Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon, after explaining that he has made the decision in order to prolong his career following talks with his team.

Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray says it is disappointing that the Spaniard won’t be featuring at SW19.

“Obviously it’s a shame, shame for him, shame for the tournaments,” said Murray.

Dominic Thiem says he is feeling well again and is ready to compete at Wimbledon following a shock first-round defeat at the French Open.

The Austrian said: “Straight after Roland Garros I was going back on a practice court for almost two weeks on a hard court, still at home, just to fix my shots again, because they were not as they should be in the clay-court season.

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“Now I feel well again with my shots, with my footwork. I practised two days in Austria on grass courts and already four days in Mallorca and I feel pretty well.

“But on grass, you never know what is going to happen. The most important for me was to fix my shots, to improve my footwork, to move well again on the court and that’s what I did in Austria.”

How to watch French Open draw live

There will be coverage of the draw across the tournament’s social media channels and wimbledon.com.

In the United Kingdom, BBC TV and Eurosport UK will provide complete coverage of the tournament itself.

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Men’s seedings

1. Novak Djokovic

2. Daniil Medvedev

3. Stefanos Tsitsipas

4. Dominic Thiem

5. Alexander Zverev

6. Andrey Rublev

7. Roger Federer

8. Matteo Berrettini

9. Roberto Bautista Agut

10. Diego Schwartzman

11. Denis Shapovalov

12. Pablo Carreno Busta

13. Casper Ruud

14. Gael Monfils

15. Hubert Hurkacz

16. Alex de Minaur

17. Felix Auger-Aliassime

18. Cristian Garin

19. Grigor Dimitrov

20. Jannik Sinner

21. Aslan Karatsev

22. Ugo Humbert

23. Daniel Evans

24. Nikoloz Basilashvili

25. Karen Khachanov

26. Lorenzo Sonego

27. Fabio Fognini

28. Reilly Opelka

29. John Isner

30. Cameron Norrie

31. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

32. Borna Coric

Women’s seedings

1. Ashleigh Barty

2. Simona Halep

3. Aryna Sabalenka

4. Elina Svitolina

5. Sofia Kenin

6. Bianca Andreescu

7. Serena Williams

8. Iga Swiatek

9. Karolina Pliskova

10. Belinda Bencic

11. Petra Kvitova

12. Garbine Muguruza

13. Victoria Azarenka

14. Jennifer Brady

15. Elise Mertens

16. Barbora Krejcikova

17. Maria Sakkari

18. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

19. Kiki Bertens

20. Elena Rybakina

21. Karolina Muchova

22. Coco Gauff

23. Ons Jabeur

24. Jessica Pegula

25. Madison Keys

26. Anett Kontaveit

27. Angelique Kerber

28. Petra Martic

29. Johanna Konta

30. Alison Riske

31. Veronika Kudermetova

32. Paula Badosa

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