Great Britain's Jamie Baker will take his place in the main draw of the Aegon Championships after seeing off Marcelo Melo in the final round of qualifying.
Baker defeated the Brazilian, who had beaten Baker's fellow Briton Alex Bogdanovic earlier in qualifying, 6-2 6-2 at Queen's Club in west London.
He now joins compatriots Andy Murray, James Ward, Dan Evans, Kyle Edmund and Ed Corrie in the tournament.
Baker will take on ninth seed Benoit Paire from France on Court nine on Monday.
The three other winners in qualifying were Spain's Feliciano Lopez, Australian Sam Groth and Serbia's Ilija Bozoljac.
Evans' match against Guido Pella is first on centre court at 12.30pm, followed by Ward against Ivan Dodig.
Corrie also plays on day one against French Open semi-finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.