sport news Brits Aboard: With no Andy Murray, here’s the homegrown stars who ARE in ...

Andy Murray may not be in action at Wimbledon, but there are a host of other British hopefuls who will be determined to make an impact in SW19.

Across both the men's and women's tournaments, it will be intriguing to see how the homegrown players fare.

Sportsmail's Matthew Lambert assesses how the British players could get on. 

Kyle Edmund 

Age: 23 Ranking: 1

Best: 2nd round 2017.

Having the best season of his career. Grass is his worst surface but impressed in losing narrowly to Nick Kyrgios at Queen’s. More pressure on him with Andy Murray out. 

1st round opponent: Alex Bolt (A) Age: 25 Ranking: 105 qualifier

Took nine-month break and considered retiring but came back last January. 

Chance of Brit win: 4/5

Kyle Edmund, the British No 1, is enjoying the best season of his career so far

Kyle Edmund, the British No 1, is enjoying the best season of his career so far

Cameron Norrie 

Age: 22 Ranking: 75

Best: 1st round 2017.

Reached his first tour semi-final in Lyons in May and made the last eight at Eastbourne. Has a tricky, entertaining lefty game. 

1st round opponent: Aljaz Bedene (Slo) Age: 28 Ranking: 71

Lives in Britain and represented GB from 2015-17 before switching back to Slovenia to try to qualify for Olympics. 

Chance of Brit win: 2/5 

Cameron Norrie has a tricky, entertaining leftie game and made the last eight at Eastbourne

Cameron Norrie has a tricky, entertaining leftie game and made the last eight at Eastbourne

Jay Clarke (wildcard) 

Age: 19 Ranking: 218

Best: Final qualifying round 2017.

Won first ATP Tour match at Eastbourne, impressively taking out world No 58 Ryan Harrison. 

1st round opponent: Ernests Gulbis (Lat) Age: 29 Ranking: 138 qualifier

Ranked world No 10 in 2014. Named after Ernest Hemingway. 

Chance of Brit win: 2/5

Jay Clarke, who has been given a wildcard, won his first ATP Tour match at Eastbourne

Jay Clarke, who has been given a wildcard, won his first ATP Tour match at Eastbourne

Liam Broady (wildcard) 

Age: 24 Ranking: 173

Best: 2nd round 2015.

Outside the top 400 this time last year but he has earned nearly a third of his career prize money in the last 18 months. 

1st round opponent: Milos Raonic (Can) Age: 27 Ranking: 32

They play on Court No 1 on Monday. Raonic’s serve was once clocked at 155.3mph.

Chance of Brit win: 1/5

Another wildcard, Liam Broady has seen his ranking rise considerably in the last 12 months

Another wildcard, Liam Broady has seen his ranking rise considerably in the last 12 months

Jo Konta

Age: 27 Ranking: 24 

Best: Semi-final 2017. 

Has struggled since last year but was runner-up on the grass in Nottingham. 

1st round opponent: Natalia Vikhlyantseva (R) Age: 21 Ranking: 103

She has beaten two British players (Broady and Dunne) in the last seven days.

Chance of Brit win: 4/5

Jo Konta has struggled since last year but was the runner-up on grass in Nottingham

Jo Konta has struggled since last year but was the

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