Wimbledon: British hopes Laura Robson and Andy Murray sheltered from forecast rain
Andy Murray and Laura Robson will be protected from the threat of bad weather on day five of Wimbledon.
Last Updated: 28/06/13 12:56pm
The British hopefuls are both scheduled to play under the Centre Court roof on a day which is likely to be delayed by rain in London.
The scheduled 11.30am start time for outside courts passed without any sign of the covers being removed, and tournament organisers took an early decision to close the roof on the main show court.
Robson's second-round tie with Colombia's Mariana Duque-Marino will be first on Centre Court when play begins at 1pm.
Nicolas Almagro - at No 15 the highest-seeded player other than Murray left in the Scot's half of the draw - then takes on Jerzy Janowicz of Poland.
And Murray's third-round contest with Tommy Robredo is the court's third scheduled match.
The No 2 seed is now favourite to reach the final on Sunday week, but he is not looking beyond the experienced Robredo.
"He's extremely fit," Murray said. "He won three matches in a row at the French from two sets to love down. He fights right until the last point.
"Last year he had some injury problems. When he's not injured, he's been in the top 20 in the world for a number of years. He knows how to win tennis matches. So it's a tough match for me."