HERE is our hottie tips for the best-looking British stars to spot when the Wimbledon tennis championships start tomorrow.
Get an eyeful now, as home hopes are known for going out a bit too early.
Cameron Norrie is Britain’s new number one male tennis player
From Cameron Norrie to Katie Boulter, they are sure to win admirers, if not trophies.
Emma Pryer brings you the smashers and belters.
CHISELLED Cam is British No1 now that Andy Murray is on the comeback trail after his hip op three years ago.
So world No12 Cam – or Muzza, now No51 – may be our best hopes.
A bonus for those who admire the 26-year-old for more than just tennis.
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Cameron Norrie is hoping 2022 will be his time to shine at Wimbledon
Born in South Africa, to microbiologist parents, he has represented Britain for nine years.
Sorry to say, he has a girlfriend – designer Louise Jacobi.
KATIE has modelled for Nike and graced the pages of Vogue magazine – and you can see why.
Katie Boulter is in top form ahead of Wimbledon after a big upset win
Katie is dating Australian tennis player Alex de Minaur
Ranked 127 in the world, Leicester-born Katie, 25, beat Czech world No7 Karolina Pliskova at a recent Wimbers warm-up in Birmingham.
She also likes hockey, cycling, Leicester City FC – and her tennis ace fella, Aussie world No24 Alex de Minaur, 23.
She says of playing at Wimbledon: “I’m so excited.”
Stunner Heather Watson still dreams of a Wimbledon win
TIKTOK dance routines with pals are a big fave – when not dancing around the court.
Guernsey-born Heather, 30, who is world No127 but 39th in 2019 – dated British doubles tennis player Lloyd Glasspool, 28, until 2018.
She says: “Winning Wimbledon is what I live for.”
Paul Jubb hopes to thrill the Wimbledon crowds this summer
HE likes to wear bling on the court and loves watching TV’s Peaky Blinders.
York-born Paul, 22, was raised by nan Valerie after losing his parents as a child.
The world No219 wild card’s mantra is: “We are all on our own journey, our path. Trust in yours.”
SHE was introduced to tennis by her parents – at the club where they met.
Harriet, 25, loves fashion, fine food, interior design and going to gigs.
After appearing in 2018, the world No103 from West Hampstead, London, said: “Playing Centre Court at Wimbledon has got to be my career highlight to date.”
Liam Broady hopes Wimbledon fans can push him to a career best
DREAM job outside tennis? Zookeeper. But he also has a few tennis players to tame so he can work up from world No132.
Liam, 28, of Stockport, idolises Man City striker Raheem Sterling and film comic Will Ferrell.
He says of Brit Wimbledon fans: “They drive you on.”
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WHEN she is not belting tennis balls, Love Island fan Katie likes playing the piano.
Mentored by Andy Murray, whose mum Judy spotted her at nine, world No223 Wimbledon wild card Katie, 23, has four dogs and supports London’s Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.