Champion Novak Djokovic and French Open winner Maria Sharapova have been named as top seeds for Wimbledon.
The grass-court Grand Slam mostly followed the ATP and WTA rankings to draw up the list for the championships which begin on Monday.
Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray completed the men's top four while defending women's champion Petra Kvitova was seeded fourth in the women's competition.
Serena Williams was seeded sixth but her sister Venus, champion five times in southwest London, will be the one player the majority of the seeds will want to avoid, she is currently ranked 55th.
Rising talent Bernard Tomic was the main beneficiary of Wimbledon's policy to take grass-court form into consideration and the Australian was bumped up to 20th seed from his world ranking of 27.
Three-times men's runner-up Andy Roddick squeezed into the seedings following the withdrawal of world number 15 Frenchman Gael Monfils through injury.
The American, ranked 33rd, was named as the 30th seed.