While Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray get coveted Centre Court billing on day one of the 2022 tournament, the British men’s No1 kicks things off over on No2 Court.
Norrie has never previously advanced beyond the third round of a Grand Slam and will be desperate to improve upon that record at SW19, having fought hard in his defeat by Roger Federer last summer.
Karen Khachanov defeated the 26-year-old in the third round of the French Open last month, while he was dumped out in the first round of the Australian Open in Melbourne at the beginning of the year.
It’s been a mixed season so far for world No12 Norrie, who won his first clay-court title in Lyon and earlier reached the final of the Mexican Open, where he was bested by Rafael Nadal.
The ninth seed’s preparations for Wimbledon suffered a blow when he lost in the first round at Queen’s to Grigor Dimitrov, while he was later knocked out of the Eastbourne International at the quarter-final stage by Maxime Cressy.
Spanish veteran Andujar, 36, is just inside the world’s top 100 as things stand but has not played since his first-round defeat by Marco Cecchinato at the French Open, which completed a rough clay-court swing littered with early exits.
Norrie vs Andujar date and start time
Norrie vs Andujar is the first match due on Court No2 this morning (June 27), so should be underway at approximately 11am BST.
How to watch Norrie vs Andujar
TV channel: On Monday, the BBC’s Wimbledon coverage begins on the Red Button from 11am, with the BBC One programme commencing at 1:45pm.
Live stream: TV licence fee-payers can also stream all the tennis action live online over the next fortnight via the BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app.
Live blog: You can also follow all the action as it happens with Standard Sport’s live blog, run by Matt Verri at Wimbledon.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Monday’s match will be the first-ever meeting between Norrie and Andujar.
Norrie vs Andujar prediction
Norrie can be forgiven for feeling somewhat overlooked amid all the inevitable focus on Raducanu and Murray.
2022 has brought some notable highs for the Johannesburg-born British No1, but he will be desperate to reach the fourth round of a major for the very first time.
Flying under the radar might work to his advantage, allowing him to go about his business quietly and without the glaring attention and expectations of the partisan home crowds.
Andujar is no pushover, but at 36 his best playing days are certainly behind him and Norrie shouldn’t have too many issues in moving into round two.