Djokovic is looking every bit the Wimbledon favourite as the six-time champion continues his defence against Miomir Kecmanovic on Centre Court today.
Norrie will look to reach the fourth round of a grand slam for the first time as the British No 1 faces Steve Johnson of the United States.
Elsewhere, Carlos Alcaraz, Ons Jabeur and Maria Sakkari are among the other top seeds looking to advance and book their place in the second weeks of the Championships.
Here’s everything you need to know.
How can I watch Wimbledon on TV and is there a live stream?
The BBC will once again be providing full coverage of Wimbledon, in what is Sue Barker’s final year of presenting the Championships. Coverage will begin on BBC Two at 11am BST on the first two days of play, with BBC One then starting from 1:45pm. The action will also be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer while the BBC Sport website will be showing action from around the grounds. Today at Wimbledon presented by Clare Balding will round up the best of the action each night at 8:30pm on BBC Two.
What time does Wimbledon start today?
Play on the opening days gets underway on the outside courts from 11am. Ons Jabeur will open the action on Centre Court from 1.30pm against Dianne Parry before Djokovic takes on Kecmanovic , while Court No 1 will begin play slightly earlier at 1pm, with Britain’s Heather Watson in action against Kaja Juvan.
Any matches that run late could be moved to Centre Court or Court No 1 in the evening.
Wimbledon order of play for day five
CENTRE COURT – 1:30PM
1. Diane Parry v Ons Jabeur
2. Novak Djokovic v Miomir Kecmanovic
3. Cameron Norrie v Steve Johnson
NO.1 COURT – 1:00PM
1. Heather Watson v Kaja Juvan
2. Angelique Kerber v Elise Mertens
3. Oscar Otte v Carlos Alcaraz
Full order of play for day five is yet to be released