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Marcus Willis to make first appearance since Wimbledon

British number 12 Marcus Willis plays in Vienna on Saturday as he makes his first appearance since making the second round of Wimbledon.

Marcus Willis will make his first appearance since Wimbledon this weekend as he attempts to qualify for the Erst Bank Open in Vienna.

Earlier this year, Willis - now the British number 12 - made the headlines after he came through six qualifying matches to make the main draw at SW19 before victory over Ricardis Berankis earned him a Centre Court showdown with Roger Federer.

Willis succumbed in straight sets to the seven-time champion but rather than rejoin the Challenger Tour, he has taken three months out before trying to make his way up the world rankings.

He has been handed an opportunity to compete at the Tie Break Tens tournament in Austria alongside Andy Murray, but first, he is hoping to come through two qualifying matches to reach the first round of the Erst Bank Open.

Willis will face Moldova's Radu Albot on Saturday afternoon.

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A general view of the Wimbledon logo on day one of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club at Wimbledon on June 23, 2014
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Monday's key events


ATHLETICS
· There are no Brits in the women's 100m hurdles final, but Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, fresh from breaking the Olympic record in the semis, will hope to pip world record holder Kendra Harrison to gold (3.50am)
· The women's 5000m final also has no Team GB representation, but two-time world champion Hellen Obiri of Kenya will be looking to add an Olympic gold to her list of honours (1.40pm)

SAILING
· The women's skiff 49er FX (6.33am) and men's skiff 49er (7.33am) come to their conclusion, with Team GB involved in both medal races

FOOTBALL
· A place in the women's gold medal match is up for grabs, starting with an all-North American semi-final between United States and Canada (9am)
· Australia, who edged past Team GB's in a seven-goal quarter-final thriller, take on Sweden in the second semi-final (12pm)

CYCLING
· The track cycling schedule gets underway, with Team GB holding a particular interest in the team pursuit qualifying. Laura Kenny is part of the women's team (7.54am), while the men's team includes Ed Clancy (9.02am)

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
· The Gadirova twins Jessica and Jennifer will both take part in the women's floor final as they look to add to their team bronze (9.57am)

WEIGHTLIFTING
· Newly-crowned European champion Emily Campbell flies the flag for Great Britain in the women's +87kg, but faces stiff competition for medals from China's Li Wenwen and New Zealand's Laurel Hubbard (11.50am)

HOCKEY
· The women's hockey quarter-finals begin, with Team GB last up against Spain (1pm)

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