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Watson to face Rodionova in Melbourne

Heather Watson. (Picture by Mike Egerton/PA Wire)

HEATHER WATSON begins her Australian Open campaign in Melbourne tomorrow, boosted by confirmation of another Fed Cup selection for Great Britain.

Watson moves on to Melbourne

Heather Watson. (Picture by Mike Egerton/PA Wire)

OVERCOMING the world number 48 proved a bridge too far for Heather Watson in Sydney, but all eyes now turn to the Australian Open.

Watson sets up quarter-final with Konta

Tennis - Aegon GB Pro-Series - Tarka Tennis Centre

THE British numbers two and three will face-off for a place in the women’s singles semi-finals at the Aegon GB Pro-Series Barnstaple event this afternoon – having already joined forces to reach the doubles semi-finals.

Watson eases through in Barnstaple

Tennis - Aegon GB Pro-Series - Tarka Tennis Centre

HEATHER WATSON dropped just three games yesterday as she eased into the second round of the women’s singles at the Aegon GB Pro-Series Barnstaple.

Bates backs Watson

Tennis - AEGON Classic 2013 - Day Three - Edgbaston Priory Club

HAVING sat as high as 39th in the WTA world rankings on 25 February, Heather Watson has slipped well outside the top 100.

Keys closes the door

Second round out of reach: Heather Watson stretches unsuccessfully for a ball in her match with Madison Keys yesterday on No. 2 Court at Wimbledon. (Picture by Andrew Matthews/PA Wire)

HEATHER WATSON made a first-round exit at Wimbledon yesterday as she was beaten 6-3, 7-5 by the American 18-year-old Madison Keys ranked 52 in the world.

Watson out of Wimbledon

Heather Watson has lost in the first round of this year's Wimbledon's womens's singles competition.

Watson given Keys to victory

Heather Watson at the annual pre-Wimbledon party at Kensington Roof Gardens. (Picture by Getty Images, 1330784)

HEATHER WATSON will have to overcome America’s great new hope Madison Keys if she is make her mark at this year’s Wimbledon.

Elbow adds to pain

HEATHER WATSON, who lost in the first round of the doubles at Roland Garros yesterday, said gamesmanship was prevalent in professional tennis – but refused to blame it for her first-round singles exit from the French Open.

No winning return

Heather Watson plays a forehand in her women’s singles match against Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland yesterday at the French Open at Roland Garros. (Picture by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

HEATHER WATSON’S comeback to tennis was encouraging but ultimately frustrating as she was knocked out of the French Open in the first round yesterday.

A Grand return

Heather Watson

AFTER more than two months out, the famous clay courts of Roland Garros will provide Heather Watson's comeback arena at next week's French Open.