World No 1 Angelique Kerber is the top seed and will be hoping to improve on her recent performance at the French Open, where she became the first women's top seed to lose in the opening round at the tournament in the Open Era.
Simona Halep, a semi-finalist in 2014, is seeded second, with Karolína Plíšková third.
When I googled their names, I found a bunch of their everyday photos together, dating back to even a year ago, but they have never been open about their relationship (you know we’re used to couples showing their love in the social media).
Juan Martin del Potro is seeded for the first-time since 2013, when he lost to Djokovic in five sets in the semi-final.
Grass-court specialist Gilles Muller is the biggest mover, seeded 16th despite his position as the World No 26.
Djokovic, who won the men’s singles in 20, is seeded second despite slipping to fourth in the ATP world rankings – his lowest position since late 2009.
Federer is ranked the World No 5 having decided to skip the entire clay-court season, including the French Open.
Johanna Konta, who has a career record of 1-5 at Wimbledon, is seeded sixth, the highest for a British woman since Virginia Wade in 1979.