Two-time champion Murray is enjoying doubles this 12 months, so who’s the most effective ranked British single participant and who’s tennis’ finest participant proper now?
Murray ended Britain’s lengthy look ahead to Wimbledon glory in 2013 earlier than he repeated the feat three years later.
However his harm woes noticed him miss out on the event final season and his present health will restrict him to the doubles this time around.
So who will GB’s high hopes for Wimbledon glory?
Who are the British no.1s at Wimbledon?
In the men’s draw, current world number 31 Kyle Edmund (above) will be Britain’s leading hope.
The 24-year-old reached the third round last summer in his best performance at the All England Club.
Cameron Norrie, ranked 49 in the world, has failed to get past the first round at the Grand Slam and will be eager to do better.
Dan Evans (65) and Jay Clarke (166) are the only other British men within the world’s top 200.
As for the women, world number 19 Johanna Konta (below) will likely be Britain’s best chance of a champion.
She suffered a shock second round exit last year but did reach the semi-finals in 2017.
Heather Watson (122), Katie Boulter (128) and Harriet Dart (170) are within the world’s top 200.
ATP singles rankings
1. Novak Djokovic (Ser)
2. Rafael Nadal (Spa)
3. Roger Federer (Swi)
4. Dominic Thiem (Aut)
5. Alexander Zverev (Ger)
6. Stefanos Tsitsipas (GR)
7. Kei Nishikori (Jpn)
8. Kevin Anderson (SA)
9. Karen Khachanov (Rus)
10. Fabio Fognini (Ita)
WTA singles rankings
1. Ashleigh Barty (Aus)
2. Naomi Osaka (Jpn)
3. Karolina Pliskova (Cze)
4. Kiki Bertens (Ned)
5. Angelique Kerber (Ger)
6. Petra Kvitova (Cze)
7. Simona Halep (Rom)
8. Elina Svitolina (Ukr)
9. Sloane Stephens (US)
10. Aryna Sabalenka (Blr)