Britain's Andy Murray will face world number 56 Daniel Gimeno-Traver in the first round of Wimbledon. The tournament gets under way on Monday 20 June, with the women's final to be played on Saturday 2 July and the men's the following day.
Murray has won his previous two matches against Gimeno-Traver. Should he triumph, the British No1 could face Sergiy Stakhovsky or fellow Brit Dan Cox in the second round.
The number four seed is in the same half of the draw as defending champion Rafael Nadal and the pair could meet in the semi-finals, with Andy Roddick waiting along the way. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are in the opposite half.
The stand-out tie in the first round is John Isner versus Nicolas Mahut -- a repeat of last year's epic encounter that took a record-breaking 186 games, played over 11 hours and five minutes, to complete. Isner eventually triumphed 70-68 in the fifth set.
Britain's James Ward, who reached the Queen's Club semi-final last week, will take on nineteenth seed Michael Llodra.
In the women's draw, Guernsey's Heather Watson will face Sweden's Mathilde Johansson while Laura Robson has drawn the Russian Anna Chakvetadze. The British number one Elena Baltacha will open her campaign against a qualifier.
The full draw can be viewed on the Wimbledon homepage.