Gordon Reid is aiming to defend two titles at Wimbledon ©Getty Images

Paralympic champion Gordon Reid will be aiming to defend both of his Wimbledon titles when wheelchair tennis action gets underway on the grass at the All England Club tomorrow.

The Briton beat Stefan Olsson of Sweden in last year's men's singles final and will face the same opponent in the first round of his home tournament this year.

He is the top seed for the eight-player Grand Slam, with Argentina's Gustavo Fernández seeded second.

The South American player will begin against France's Stéphane Houdet, with Shingo Kunieda of Japan meeting The Netherlands' Maikel Scheffers.

Reid's British compatriot Alfie Hewett will begin his campaign against Frenchman Nicolas Peifer.

In the men's doubles, four teams will compete with Reid and Hewett aiming to defend their crown.

They will play Fernández and Kunieda in the semi-finals of a four team tournament.

Houdet and Peifer will meet Scheffers and Olsson in the other last four clash.

Jiske Griffioen of The Netherlands is the women's top seed ©Getty Images
Jiske Griffioen of The Netherlands is the women's top seed ©Getty Images

In women's action, Dutchwoman Jiske Griffioen arrives at Wimbledon as the reigning singles champion.

The Paralympic gold medallist and top seed takes on compatriot Aniek van Koot in the first round. 

Second seed Yui Kamiji of Japan has been drawn against Britain's Lucy Shuker with fellow home hope Jordanne Whiley taking on The Netherlands' Diede de Groot.

Marjolein Buis of The Netherlands will play Germany's Sabine Ellerbrock in the remaining quarter-final.

In the women's doubles, Kamiji and Whiley will bid to defend their crown.

They will take on the Dutch pair of Griffioen and van Koot.

Shuker and Ellerbrock will take on Buis and de Groot in the second semi-final.