Rafael Nadal has joined Novak Djokovic in qualifying for the end-of-season Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London.
The tournament, held at the O2 Arena from November 9-16, features the best eight players of the year and offers Nadal another chance to win the biggest title still to elude him.
The Spaniard has qualified for a 10th straight year, although he has been unable to play three times because of injury, with his best results being runner-up finishes in 2010 and last year, when he lost to Djokovic.
The Wimbledon Championships begin on Monday in London SW11.
It is the oldest tennis tournament in the world. Players will compete until July 6.
Londoner James Ward is returning to the grass courts as a wild card entry hoping to beat his second round exit in 2012.
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has accidentally stabbed himself in the hand. He arrived in SW19 ahead of next week's Wimbledon Championships with a bandage over two of his fingers.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Federer said: "You know what happened? I was playing in the woods with the girls and I stabbed a stick in my hand."
The injury is unlikely to have much of an impact on his performance.
Laura Robson could become the first British women to reach the last 8 of Wimbledon for 29 years, if she beats Kaia Kanepi today.
The 19 year old from Putney is first up in front of a patriotic home crowd on Court One.
Laura Robson has said she is "really excited" about her third round match tomorrow against New Zealander Marina Erakovic.
Describing her second round victory as a "big win", the 19-year-old said:
"It was a great atmosphere out there today and the roof being closed makes it louder.
"I was kind of just feeling nervous but then I thought she is probably even more nervous because I've played on centre a couple of times before."
Robson is in action again later this afternoon when she plays a doubles match with partner Lisa Raymond.
The tennis star Goran Ivanisevic says Andy Murray is ready to win Wimbledon.
He was at a seniors tennis event in Fulham today, where he spoke to Martin Stew.
Athletes taking part in the Games are putting the finishing touches to their training, ahead of Wednesday's opening ceremony. Going for glory on the tennis court are Andy Lapthorne and Marc McCarroll. The players, who both live in Middlesex, train in Roehampton.
She was already the youngest tennis player in the top one hundred, now 18-year-old Wimbledon based Laura Robson is the holder of an Olympic silver medal.
In fact she, and partner Andy Murray, narrowly missed out on the top honour at Centre Court at the weekend.
She says it was a dream come true:
Laura Robson will go up against world number three, Maria Sharapova tomorrow, after a stunning victory in the first round of the Olympic Tennis.
The 18 year-old, who's from Wimbledon herself, beat Czech player Lucie Safarova 7-6, 6-4, despite being 73 places lower than her in the world rankings.