|Venue: All England Membership Dates: 3-16 July
|Protection: Reside throughout BBC TV, radio and on-line with intensive protection on BBC iPlayer, Crimson Button, Linked TVs and cell app. Extra protection particulars here.
Heather Watson says she is pleased with her efficiency regardless of being knocked out of Wimbledon within the first spherical.
The 31-year-old from Guernsey misplaced 6-2 7-5 in her rain-delayed match in opposition to tenth seed Barbora Krejcikova as she didn’t emulate her career-best run to the fourth spherical final 12 months.
Watson nonetheless has the ladies’s and combined doubles to return within the event.
“I feel I had a extremely robust draw and Barbora performed extraordinarily nicely, served significantly nicely,” she mentioned.
“I actually felt like I did not even get a look-in on her service video games, however I fought exhausting and it was actually shut on the finish.
“It was a disgrace I could not simply maintain on to that final sport as a result of who is aware of the place it might have gone then, however I gave my finest.
“I am pleased with my battle and I used to be really happy with how I performed. I simply assume she was the higher participant,” Watson advised BBC Sport.
Watson, who won the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in 2016 with Finland’s Henri Kontinen, will hope to repeat the feat seven years on when she companions Joe Salisbury, whereas she and Harriet Dart earned a wildcard entry to the ladies’s doubles.
However Watson mentioned she is dissatisfied that her run within the singles has ended so quickly.
“These are the moments we work so exhausting the remainder of the 12 months for. We’re flying to totally different international locations week in, week out,” she mentioned.
“You slug away and all of that behind the scenes for these moments, so shedding is sort of deflating. It is upsetting. I needed to be right here within the second spherical.
“However it occurs, it is life, it goes on and hopefully I will have many extra alternatives.”