As Andy Murray gears up for his semi-final match today, we meet Leicestershire's tennis hopeful making a name for himself internationally.
In her second Paralympics, Halesowen's Jordanne Whiley is looking for her first medal today.
The AEGON Classic tennis tournament starts in Birmingham today.
Many tennis fans have spent today waiting outside Wimbledon in hope of getting hold of a ticket to see the world's best players in action.
Not ITV News Central's Steve Clamp, who spent today catching up with Midlands tennis stars of the future.
Wimbledon has just got under way for another year and Britain's best hope, Andy Murray plays tomorrow.
In the Midlands, 13-year-old Jay Clarke from Derby has just topped the European under 14 rankings after a run of impressive results.
He is coached by his older sister Yasmine and trains with brother Curtis.
The Edgbaston Priory Tennis Club will officially open its new indoor courts in Birmingham later.
The redevelopment work has cost £12 million pounds, with £5 million pounds of funding coming from the Lawn Tennis Association.
Women's world number 18 Daniela Hantuchova will be cutting the ribbon at the opening ceremony.
The club says the new centre will make tennis facilities more accessible for people in the city.