Great Britain Fed Cup captain Judy Murray believes Laura Robson could make a big impact at Wimbledon this year.
The 18-year-old has been handed a wildcard into the first round of the women's singles.
Murray told BBC London: "Laura will go into this year with a little bit more experience and she's playing well.
"She's in good condition physically and she's ready to do some damage. Over the next few months we're going to see something quite significant from her."
The Londoner, who won the junior title at SW19 at the age of 14 in 2008, is close to moving in to the top 100 for the first time.
Murray added: "You have to be realistic because it is a significant milestone in any player's career.
"I think she's really starting to focus on what she needs to work on to move her forward. She's been working very hard physically.
"In the last couple of years she's struggled to have a long run without injury and that's affected her progress a little bit.
"But she's improved her serve enormously, is playing closer to the baseline and she's really hitting through the court so well.
"She has a very big game and can rise to the occasion. I saw that when I put her into the Fed Cup match against Sweden in April.
"Once she has a longer run without injury and can show her best tennis more consistently, she will really start to push up the rankings."
Meanwhile, Murray believes British number one Anne Keothavong is capable of getting back into the top 50 in the world.
The Hackney resident's career-high ranking was 48 back in February 2009.
"Anne has made a number of improvements in her game since she started working with Jeremy Bates," Murray said of the 28-year-old.
"I've seen some very good performances from her over the last few months and I've seen her lose a number of very tight matches that she could have won.
"I think she needs to take advantage of the big moments and play the big points better.
"She is a very feisty competitor and a good professional. The more she works and trust her game, she can break back in there."