Wimbledon 2019: Prajnesh Gunnesaran pitted against world No 17 Milos Raonic in first round
Prajnesh Gunnesaran is the only Indian in Wimbledon singles main draw as Ramkumar Ramanathan and Ankita Raina exited after losing their respective second round matches.
Prajnesh Gunnesaran, ranked 94 in the world, will make his maiden appearance on the hallowed grass courts at the Wimbledon
It will be his third straight appearance at Grand Slam events this season, having made first round exits at Australian Open and French Open
Prajnesh is only Indian in singles main draw as Ramkumar and Ankita exited after losing their respective second round matches.
London: India's top singles player Prajnesh Gunnesaran on Friday drew world number 17 Milos Raonic of Canada as his first round opponent at the Wimbledon Championships, starting on Monday.
Left-handed Prajnesh, ranked 94 in the world, will make his maiden appearance on the hallowed grass courts at the Wimbledon.
Grass is not Prajnesh's preferred surface. He excels on hard courts.
It will be his third straight appearance at the Grand Slam events this season, having made first round exits at both Australian Open and French Open.
Prajnesh is the only Indian in the singles main draw as Ramkumar Ramanathan and Ankita Raina exited after losing their respective second round matches.
In the men's doubles, Divij Sharan and his Brazilian partner Marcelo Demoliner will open their campaign against German 13th seeded pair of Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies.
Rohan Bopanna and Pablo Cuevas are up against New Zealand's Marcus Daniell and Wesley Koolhof from the Netherlands.
The Indian team of Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Purav Raja have been pitted against veteran Australian Lleyton Hewitt and his compatriot Jordan Thompson.
Veteran Leander Paes and Benoit Paire will clash with Kazakhstan pair of Alexander Bublik and Mikhail Kukushkin.
The mixed doubles draw will be announced next week.
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