Two Wrexham-based potential tennis stars have earned the right to play on the famous grass courts of Wimbledon at a junior finals day.

Jemimah Choi, 13, and Mark Briddock, 14, both won through two rounds of regional qualifying to reach the Road to Wimbledon finals day, to held at the famous SW19 courts from Sunday, August 12 to Friday, August 16.

The duo, who both train at Wrexham Tennis Centre with lead team coach Eifion Jones, will represent the county in the national finals itself.

Choi hails from Gresford and was a primary pupil at All Saints School before moving to Bishop Heber High School, Malpas.

Briddock, hails from Warrington and travels across to Wrexham to train as part of the centre's Team Programme. Now the pair will get to grace the same turf as their tennis heroes including Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Serena Williams and Simona Halep.

Road to Wimbledon is the biggest junior tournament in British tennis and gives all Under 14 players the opportunity to progress through to compete on the world famous grass courts at Wimbledon. Local clubs, parks and schools are encouraged to enter and stage a tournament for their members/pupils rated on their ability scale between 10.2 and 7.1.

For stronger rated players (6.2 or higher) there is the Road to Wimbledon International event which players can enter directly.

Both aspiring stars are coached by Wrexham-based Jones, who said: "This is an amazing opportunity for both players to play at the best tennis venue in the world.

"To play at Wimbledon is a dream come true for all aspiring tennis players and the chance for Jemimah and Mark to realise that dream is fantastic.

"Both Jemimah and Mark are always working hard in training and are a pleasure to work with."