GLASGOW'S Jamie Baker has been handed a wild-card place for next week's AEGON Championships at Queen's Club.
He will be joined by fellow British players Oliver Golding and Liam Broady who have also been allocated slots.
The Lawn Tennis Association have awarded the final three places in the traditional Wimbledon warm-up event to the home trio.
World No.206 Baker has enjoyed success on the Futures Tour this year, winning in Mexico, and has fought back impressively to resume his tour career after contracting a life-threatening virus four years ago.
Leon Smith, head of men's tennis at the LTA, said: "All three players have, in different ways, shown skill and determination to develop their games over the past 12 months, and I am confident they will all look to seize this opportunity to shine at such a prestigious event."
GOLF: 2010 Open champion Louis Oosthuizen will provide his formidable presence to the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Castle Stuart Golf Links from July 12-15.
"I'm delighted to be playing the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart," confirmed Oosthuizen.
"Playing at Castle Stuart the week before The Open makes the Scottish Open an important tournament for a few reasons.
"Playing on a links course will be great preparation for so many of the little knock-downs and feel shots that you will be looking to use at The Open.
"And the fact that the Scottish Open will have a real quality field means you will be able to be really competitive the week before The Open."
Oosthuizen will join world No.1 and defending champion Luke Donald at the £2.5million tournament.
Also confirmed for the event is three-time major champion Padraig Harrington along with leading Scots Paul Lawrie and Martin Laird.