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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. Brits open wheelchair singles campaigns

    Gordon Reid

    We'll also be keeping an eye on the wheelchair competitions, which get under way today.

    Britain's Andy Lapthorne faces American David Wagner in the men's quad wheelchair singles and that match is in its early stages.

    In the men's wheelchair singles, 2016 Australian Open champion Gordon Reid (above) faces Frenchman Stephane Houdet and Alfie Hewett plays Japanese top seed Shingo Kunieda.

    In the women's wheelchair singles, Lucy Shuker takes on Dutch top seed Diede de Groot.

  2. Main focus on Wednesday

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    Also worth noting that GB's Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares are in doubles quarter-final action against Henri Kontinen and Aussie John Peers.

    Murray is also in the mixed doubles QF later along with Bethanie Mattek-Sands - the pair face Australian duo Astra Sharma and John Patrick-Smith.

    Decent pay day coming for a 'failed singles player'.

    Click here for the full schedule

  3. Williams v Osaka PT II?

    Osaka v Svitolina

    Naomi Osaka (left) and Serena Williams

    Man Utd v Liverpool

    Thanos v The Avengers

    Remain v Leave

    Great rivalries that whet the appetite.

    Another could be renewed with Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams on course for a rematch of the US Open final when Williams...well we know what happened.

    But there are a couple of players intent of preventing that from happening - world number seven Elina Svitolina and world number eight Karolina Pliskova.

    It's US Open champ and world number four Osaka up first against Svitolina.

    Live text of that match coming right up.