Wimbledon 97: Court Circular: DEEDS OF THE SEEDS

Men's

singles

Holder:

Richard Krajicek

(The Netherlands)

1 SAMPRAS

Mikael Tillstrom is the man to beat in 1st rd.

2 IVANISEVIC

Blasted past Dinu Pescariu into 2nd rd.

3 KAFELNIKOV

J Marin of Spain is his first-round opponent.

4 KRAJICEK

Meets Romanian Andrei Pavel in 2nd rd.

5 CHANG

His first test is against Todd Woodbridge.

6 PHILIPPOUSSIS

Has mirror image, Greg Rusedski, in 1st rd.

8 BECKER

Former champion meets Marcos Gorriz in Ist rd.

9 RIOS

1st rd opponent will be Mahesh Bhupathi.

10 MOYA

Overcame Steve Bryan in 4 sets in the 1st rd.

11 KUERTEN

Plays Justin Gimelstob in 1st rd.

12 RAFTER

Takes on Grant Stafford in his 1st rd match.

13 MEDVEDEV

Meets Fabrice Santoro of France in 1st rd.

14 HENMAN

Through to 2nd rd after beating Daniel Nestor.

15 FERREIRA

Meets Aussie Scott Draper in 1st rd.

16 KORDA

Marcelo Filippini is his 1st rd opponent.

17 BJORKMAN

Plays Britain's Chris Wilkinson in 1st rd.

Women's

singles

Holder: Steffi Graf

(Germany)

1 HINGIS

Will play Luxembourg's Anne Kremer in 1st rd.

2 SELES

1st rd opponent is Rachael McQuillan.

3 NOVOTNA

Former finalist faces Wiltrud Probst in 1st rd.

4 MAJOLI

First-ever win at Wimbledon and she's in 2nd rd.

5 DAVENPORT

Came from one set down to beat Tammi Jones.

6 COETZER

Up against Alexandra Fusai in 1st rd.

7 HUBER

Anke's 1st rd opponent is Haruka Inoue.

8 SANCHEZ

Drawn against Britain's Clare Wood in 1st rd.

9 PIERCE

Plays Dominique van Roost in the 1st rd.

10 MARTINEZ

Karina Habsudova is between her and 2nd rd.

11 FERNANDEZ

Has to meet Noelle van Lottum in 1st rd.

12 SPIRLEA

Lost only one game on her way into 2nd rd.

13 PO

Meets Austrian Kerry Guse in her first match.

14 SCHULTZ

Silvia Farina's first up for the big server.

15 DRAGOMIR

Faces Germany's Andrea Glass in 1st rd.

16 PAULUS

First-round opponent is Kristie Boogert.

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