Andrew Murray was one of nine Britons to get a wildcard for Wimbledon, just hours after recording his first ATP Tour win at Queen's Club.
The 18-year-old Scot, who beat Santiago Ventura on Monday, will be joined by Josh Goodall, Alan Mackin, Jonathan Marray and David Sherwood.
Elena Baltacha, Amanda Janes, Anne Keothavong and Katie O'Brien were the British women handed wildcards.
Other wildcards went to Cara Black, Jelena Dokic and Mark Philippoussis. Three more women and two more men will be announced later.
Looks like the AELTC used their 2 to give to Cara and Jelena. Cara seems an odd choice, it's not as if people flock to see her unless she's doing well in the doubles. Would have expected it to have gone to Chanda Rubin.
Katie O'Brien getting one is a bit of a surprise, she's not really been performing over the past few weeks, and perhaps would have been better off in the play-offs?