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  1. What is Wimbledon qualifying?

    The week before Wimbledon heralds the start of qualifying, as players old and new attempt to enter the SW19 main draw.

    Last year, Katie Swan was the only Briton to come through the three rounds of qualifying to secure one of 16 places available in each of the main draws.

    On the men's side this year, qualifying wildcards have been awarded to Aidan McHugh, Felix Gil, Billy Harris and Arthur Fery, with LTA under-18 junior national champion Luca Pow also set to play.

    Maia Lumsden, Sarah Beth Grey, Talia Neilson Gatenby, Eden Silva, Ranah Stoiber and under-18 junior champion Mimi Xu will seek to qualify in the women's tournament.

    American Jack Sock, the world number 109, is the highest-ranked player in the men's draw, while compatriot Bernada Pera is the top-ranked female player at 116.

    Arthur Fery
  2. How can I watch Wimbledon qualifying

    All times are BST and subject to change

    BBC iPlayer

    Thursday, 23 June

    11:00-19:30, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app.

  3. How to get into Tennis

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    Video caption: 'Tennis saved my life'

    What to expect when I start?

    • Tennis will give you an all-round workout and help you stay fit, building your leg muscles as you run around the court.
    • You will improve your hand-eye co-ordination, build upper body muscles and increase stamina as you run around the court.
    • The British weather isn't the most reliable, but there are many options to play indoors, throughout the year.
    • Tennis can be adapted for any level of ability, as well as for players with different disabilities. Wheelchair tennis can be played on any regular tennis court, with no modifications to racquets or balls, and there are many different options for those with other disabilities to play.
    • The LTA, caters for and champions wheelchair tennis, and also offers subsidised camps featuring learning disability, deaf andvisually-impaired, tennis.
    • Cardio tennis, is a fun, sociable group-fitness class on a tennis court where you get to hit lots of balls whilst listening to music.
    • There is also Mini Tennis, or children aged 3-10, with smaller courts, nets and racquets and lower-bouncing balls.
    • Pick up some useful coaching tips here.