After Andy Murray became the first British tennis player to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon for 77 years, we look at other British hopefuls looking to replicate his success.
Kyle Edmund's growing reputation was rewarded with a wildcard entry into the main draw of this years Wimbledon where he came up short against eventual semi-finalist Jerzy Janowicz losing 6-2 6-2 6-4.
The bright prospect became the first British winner at the French Open since 1982 when he claimed the boys' doubles title early this year, adding to his other Grand Slam victory in the US Open boys' doubles in 2012.
Liam Broady, 19, from Stockport, Manchester, was runner up in the Wimbledon boys' final in 2011 and US Open 2012 and has now joined the senior tour.
A dispute between his father and the LTA meant Broady was left outside the national system until he returned this year.
Richmond-born Oliver Golding, who is has been tipped for big things after becoming the first British player since Andy Murray to win the US Open boys' title in 2011.
Golding's first senior appearance at Wimbledon in 2012 ended with a spirited defeat to Igor Andreev losing 1-6 7-6 7-6 7-5.
Bambridge crashed out of the boys' singles at the All England Club this year but the 18-year-old has said he is looking forward to moving to the senior tour.