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Williams will be playing her first match since a fatal car crash in the United States which led to the death of a 78-year-old man.Williams wrote on Facebook that she was “devastated and heartbroken” about the accident.Defending champion Andy Murray has been seeded number one at Wimbledon for the first time.The world number one, who beat Milos Raonic to win the title for the second time in 2016, leads a top four of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.A series of deliberating wrist injuries stymied his progress after he became the fifth-youngest man to win the US Open in the Open Era in 2009, with the Argentine playing at Roland-Garros for the first time in five years because of his fitness woes.So, the 28-year-old knew exactly how Nicolas Almagro was feeling when the Spaniard fell in a heap on the clay midway through their fiercely contested second round match, holding his knee and in floods of tears. Vaulting the net, Del Potro helped Almagro back to his bench before packing his bag for him, and sitting with him for several minutes before he departed from the court to a standing ovation.Wimbledon is the only grand slam tournament where the seedings do not automatically follow the rankings, with greater weight being given to recent results on grass in the men's event.Djokovic and Federer are the main beneficiaries, with Djokovic, the champion in 20, seeded second despite having dropped to fourth in the rankings.
"(After the second set) I was sitting in the locker room actually not thinking about the set, not thinking about the future, just how to recover fast. "You just try and think like you're on a beach drinking pina coladas," Wozniacki said afterward. You know that it's the same for both players, so I was just trying to mentally just try and keep cool. "On the positive side of things, I can eat whatever I want now because I have burned a lot of calories today." Strycova advanced to the semifinals to face second-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland, who posted a 6-3, 6-2 win over Chinese qualifier Ying-Ting Duan.
In the absence of sister Serena, who holds the women’s singles title and is expecting her first child, veteran Venus is among the favourites to challenge this year.
Her match is followed by 10-time French Open winner Rafael Nadal’s opener against John Millman, with Britain’s Johanna Konta playing Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-Wei.
He said: “I don’t feel like I’m coming in trying to defend something. Swiss Wawrinka is chasing the one grand slam he has yet to win.
Venus Williams, the five-time champion, launches her campaign in the opening Court One match as she faces Elise Mertens.