LUCKY school pupils got the chance to spend a day watching tennis titans compete at Wimbledon.

Ten children aged 7 to 11 from Moulsecoomb Primary School in Brighton were able to take the trip to London after the school successfully applied for tickets through a ballot.

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Adam Sutton, headteacher at the school, said: “I am delighted that Moulsecoomb was allocated ten tickets in the school’s ballot for Wimbledon this year.

“It was great to provide the opportunity to attend a world-class sporting event to some of our pupils and I know they took so much away from the day.”

Britain's hopes in the competition now ride on Cameron Norrie as the only team GB singles player left in the tournament.

The new home favourite, who revealed his nickname is "Nozza", will next appear on the hallowed grass courts tomorrow against Belgium's number one David Goffin.

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, dating back to 1877.