Eastbourne's Johanna Konta headlines the women's entries at Devonshire Park for the LTA’s 2021 Viking International next month.

The British number one has enjoyed plenty of success at Devonshire Park making runs to the semifinals in both 2015 and 2016 and is excited to be playing at Eastbourne again.

She said:“I’m really excited to be back playing on the grass in Eastbourne once again.

“It’s a very special tournament for me and I have some amazing memories from Devonshire Park, which all start and end with the incredible atmosphere created by the crowds there.

"It’s absolutely fantastic news that we’ll have some fans allowed in to watch this year and I know all of the players will really appreciate having them back.”

Six of the world’s top ten players.

World No.4 Ayrna Sabalenka from Belarus leads the field and will be hoping to recapture the form that took her all the way to the final in 2018. 

Joining her will be three Grand Slam champions, 2019 Australian Open winner Sofia Kenin from USA, currently ranked No.5 and making her debut in Eastbourne 2019 US Open champion Bianca Andreescu from Canada, who sits at No.7 in the rankings and 2020 French Open champion Iga Swiatek from Poland, World No.9. 

Ukrainian Elina Svitolina at No.6 and defending champion Czech Karolina Pliskova at No.10 make up a strong showing from the top ten.

Limited tickets are available at: Viking Eastbourne International Tickets