Heather Watson and Johanna Konta are among the home players in action on the second day of the Aegon Open.
WTA Staff

All courts start 11am BST

CENTRE COURT

Johanna KONTA (GBR) [1] vs [WC] Tara MOORE (GBR)

After 1 Men's Singles

Alison RISKE (USA) [4] vs [WC] Heather WATSON (GBR)

Lucie SAFAROVA (CZE) [5] vs [Q] Grace MIN (USA)

COURT 1

After 1 Men's Singles

Ashleigh BARTY (AUS) vs Tatjana MARIA (GER)

After 1 Men's Singles

[WC] Freya CHRISTIE (GBR) / Tara MOORE (GBR) vs Jocelyn RAE (GBR) / Laura ROBSON (GBR)

COURT 2

Maria SAKKARI (GRE) vs Jana CEPELOVA (SVK)

After 2 Men's Singles

Christina MCHALE (USA) vs Anastasija SEVASTOVA (LAT) [2]

COURT 3

After 1 Men's Singles

Shelby ROGERS (USA) [6] vs Donna VEKIC (CRO)

After 1 Men's Singles and 1 Men's Doubles

Isabella SHINIKOVA (BUL) / Sachia VICKERY (USA) vs Julia BOSERUP (USA) / Shelby ROGERS (USA)

COURT 4

[Q] Dayana YASTREMSKA (UKR) vs Magdalena RYBARIKOVA (SVK)

After 1 Men's Singles

Kurumi NARA (JPN) vs Lauren DAVIS (USA) [3]

KEY FACTS

No.1 seed Johanna Konta is familiar with wildcard Tara Moore from their days on the ITF Pro Circuit together. The two Brits played each other three times between 2011 and 2013, twice in British events. Konta won all three encounters without dropping a set.

Wildcard Heather Watson owns a 2-0 head-to-head record over No.4 seed Alison Riske, her first round opponent. The British player won 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Poitiers ITF $100,000 event in 2013, and backed that win up two years later in the Hobart semifinals, 6-3, 7-5.

17-year-old Dayana Yastremska was last year's Wimbledon girls' runner-up. The qualifier, who reached the Istanbul quarterfinals in April, will be playing her fourth WTA Tour main draw, but her first without the help of a wildcard.

The first-round encounter between Ashleigh Barty and Tatjana Maria is a rematch of the 2012 final in Nottingham - back when it was an ITF $50,000 event. Barty, then 16 years old, won it 6-1, 6-1 for her biggest career title at the time.

Alison Riske, last year's runner-up, won thirteen WTA Tour main draw matches on grass between 2010 and 2013 before winning a main draw match on any other surface.