Nick Kygrios beat Radek Stepanek in four sets at Wimbeldon on Tuesday and produced an early contender for shot of the tournament in the process
The 17-year-old Brit, ranked 440th in the world, was beaten 6-2, 6-3 by big-hitting Hungarian Timea Babos but hopes to use the rise of compatriot Johanna Konta as an inspiration.
Konta could walk down Regent Street unrecognised. Andy Murray, by dint of his immeasurably more considerable deeds, cannot mingle in the crowds.
Marcus Willis's sensational story is set to be the main attraction at Wimbledon on Wednesday, when he takes on Roger Federer on Centre Court, while Johanna Konta is also in action.
In 2008 Eaton, then 20 years old and ranked 661 in the world, made the same journey that has led Willis into Wednesday’s fantasy second round match against Roger Federer.
Novak Djokovic, Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer are set to headline the third day of action at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships. The All England Club schedule features both the conclusion of the opening round and the start of Round 2. Rain wiped out a sizable portion of the afternoon action Tuesday. Show More Summary
"My job is to learn from the French Open and one of the things I could have done better there is start the tournament quicker," said Murray, wrapping his match right before the rains came.
Rain forced the suspension of several first-round matches Tuesday at Wimbledon, but several top stars in both the men's and women's singles draw managed to advance at the All England Club in London. World No. 1 Serena Williams cruised into the second round on the women's side, while No. Show More Summary
Defending champion Serena Williams got her 2016 Wimbledon campaign off to a winning start on Tuesday in the women's draw as she beat Switzerland's Amra Sadikovic, 6-2, 6-4, on Centre Court. World No. 2 Andy Murray also eased throughShow More Summary
MIKE DICKSON: A nation in shock had the reassurance of seeing Andy Murray doing the unexceptional and routine today, easing his way through to the second round of Wimbledon.
Popular former US Open champion Juan Martin del Potro enjoyed a winning return in his first match at Wimbledon since 2013 due to a wrist injury. It set up a second round tie with Stan Wawrinka.
Dustin Brown thrilled Wimbledon's fans once again and is now looking forward to putting on a show against good friend Nick Kyrgios. The two men grew close in the IPTL with Singapore Slammers.
Marcus Willis grasped the extent of his new-found fame when his fellow Tube passengers realised the man sitting across the carriage was also on the front pages of their newspapers.
ADAM SHERGOLD: Tara Moore beat an opponent 100 ranking places above her - and the elements - as Britain finally celebrated a woman through to the second round at this year's Wimbledon.
JOE BERNSTEIN: The 7-6 6-1 6-7 6-4 victory is the start of a journey that Wawrinka hopes will see him gain revenge on Andy Murray who defeated him comprehensively in the French Open semi-finals.
Andy Murray looked impressive on Tuesday, as he beat fellow Brit Liam Broady 6-2, 6-3, 6-4 in his first-round match at Wimbledon 2016. The 2013 champion is aiming for a second SW19 title in 2016 and will face Taiwan's Lu Yen-hsun inShow More Summary
Serena Williams’ quest for a seventh Wimbledon title got off to a trouble-free start, as she coasted past Amra Sadikovic 6-2, 6-4 on Tuesday. The Centre Court crowd saw the top seed and reigning champion turn in an emphatic display against her opponent, who is ranked 148th in the world. Show More Summary
Follow all the action as British hopes Andy Murray, Jo Konta and Heather Watson start their Wimbledon campaigns alongside Serena Williams, Nick Kyrgios and Caroline Wozniacki.
Defending champion and top seed Serena Williams breezed past Amra Sadikovic 6-2 6-4 at Wimbledon to book a second-round clash with compatriot Christina McHale.
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