Andy Murray will have a tough test in the first round at Wimbledon after he was drawn against former world number three Nikolay Davydenko.
The Russian may have slipped down to 47 in the rankings but he will provide a stern examination of Murray's form which has not been great in recent weeks.
Murray was beaten in the first round at Queen's and was then beaten by Janko Tipsarevic at The Boodles exhibition tournament, meaning he has played just two matches on grass this year.
The British number one has once again been drawn in the same half of the draw as French Open champion Rafael Nadal who has beaten him in the semi-finals in the last two years at SW19.
In the top half of the dew Roger Federer could end up metting Novak Djokovic in the semi-final as he bids to return to number one in the world - a feat that can be achieved if he wins Wimbledon.
Djokovic will play former world number one Juan Carlos Ferrero in the first round, while Federer will meet Albert Ramos.