With Wimbledon back once again, some of the best players in the world will clash to be crowned champions of the prestigious tournament.

Andy Murray is one of the UK and Scotland's most well-known players, having won the tournament twice in 2013 and 2016.

After years of recovery from some major operations, Andy Murray is back and will be playing fellow British athlete Ryan Peniston.

With Murray set to take to the court, here is everything you need to know about the Wimbledon 2023 match on Tuesday (July 4).

Who is Ryan Peniston and what is his ranking?

Ryan Peniston is a British tennis player from Southend-on-Sea who is 27 years old.

The player took part in the Battle of the Brits tournament in 2020 and entered the 2023 Australian Open where he eventually lost to Canadian Alexis Galarneau.

The highest ranking achieved by the player was 384 in June of 2022 with his current ranking being 518 globally. Andy Murray's current ranking is number 40.

What is the prize for winning Wimbledon 2023?

On top of the Wimbledon trophy, winners of the men's and women's singles will receive a cash prize of £2.35 million with the runner-ups receiving £1.175 million.

What is Andy Murray's net worth?

According to reports to Celebrity Net Worth Andy Murray is worth an estimated $100 million (around £81 million) as of 2023.

Much of this comes from cash prizes, sponsorships and trademarked items like air fragrance diffusers, soap and perfumes.

The tennis player, who was born in Glasgow, is also known for his ownership of the Cromlix Hotel in Kinbuck, Scotland.

How to watch Andy Murray v Ryan Peniston at Wimbledon 2023?

The match will be broadcast on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from around 11 am with coverage ending at around 7 pm.

Further coverage will take place on BBC One from 1:45 pm to 6 pm.

When will Andy Murray play Ryan Peniston at Wimbledon 2023?

Andy Murray will play fellow British tennis player Ryan Peniston on Tuesday, July 4, 2023, with the match scheduled to start at around 1:30 pm.