It's a short turnaround and a holiday weekend in Canada, so we're bringing you our Wimbledon preview from the car, driving down I-90 in Upstate New York. We touch on a few of the off-court rumblings from the past few weeks, including the history-repeats-itself row over Wimbledon seeding, Coco Gauff's historic achievement, and Serena's Wheaties debut. We finish with an analysis of the men's and women's draws, armed with the knowledge that our predictions could be moot in a matter of days.
1:50 Let's get the seeding drama out of the way
6:30 Fed Cup gets the Davis Cup treatment - 12-team final in Budapest in April
9:15 Herbert pauses the Mahut bromance to play doubles with Sir Andrew Murray
12:05 Serena on the Wheaties box!
14:35 Coco Gauff becomes youngest Wimbledon qualifier in Open Era, gets Venus Williams in Round 1
19:30 What's on the agenda for ATP Players Council?
23:00 37-year-old Feliciano Lopez wins Queens Club singles and doubles, stays on court for roughly 95 hours over the weekend
26:00 Getting to the draws - who has a shot here?
34:30 Women's draw analysis: I know we've said this before, but the women's top quarter is absolutely, historically stacked
44:20 Men's draw analysis: Rafa and Roger land on same side, Anderson's grass performance does him a huge favor in the seedings