JAMIE BAKER has landed former world No.1 and three-time Wimbledon finalist Andy Roddick in the first round of the championships.
The 25-year-old, who will move to a new career high inside the ATP top 200 in Monday's new rankings, has never been beyond the first round at SW19 but goes into the tournament in fine form.
The Glaswegian claimed his best ever result at the Aegon International Championships Eastbourne earlier this week when he defeated world No.50 Donald Young before turning in a gutsy performance against world No.29 Philipp Kohlschreiber only to go down in three sets.
Meanwhile, Andy Murray will kick-off his bid to claim a first ever Grand Slam title with a tough first round draw against former world No.3 Nikolay Davydenko.
Number four seed Murray has ended up in world No.2 Rafael Nadal's half of the draw and he would provide the Scot's opposition if both men reach their seeded positions at the semi-final stage.
Yesterday Novak Djokovic declared Murray is capable of winning Wimbledon – despite dispatching his rival in the final warm-up for SW19.
Djokovic prevailed 6-4, 6-4 at The Boodles in a rain-delayed exhibition match the players viewed as a glorified practice session.
Murray has lost all three of his grass-court outings ahead of Wimbledon, but Djokovic is still convinced the Scot can challenge for the title.
"The media is too hard on him for not winning a Grand Slam," said the top seed.
"He's been in the semi-finals of Wimbledon three times, he just needs a bit of luck when he plays big matches."