Eugenie Bouchard, it's time to hit the reset button. It's time to rethink, reconnect, reconsider and reexamine your career. Forget about marketability and work on your game. A finalist at Wimbledon last year, look at you now, losingShow More Summary
"I think emotion. I wasn't there," Halep said. "I couldn't handle it very well. She came back in a good way with her game. She was pushing me a lot. She was aggressive. But I can say that I let her come in and play aggressive...Inside and emotionally I have to work more to take the stress out. Show More Summary
Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal maintained order in the men's draw with straight-sets victories on Day 2 of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships. Simona Halep and Eugenie Bouchard weren't as fortunate on the more drama-filled...Show More Summary
Sportmail's Laurie Whitwell and Stuart Fraser give their verdict on the second day of action at Wimbledon which saw four British hopefuls make their way through.
Liam Broady spent Tuesday discovering what it is like when the world wants to know your name. However, the attention will be nothing compared to what will happen should he win on Wednesday.
The first round of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships is in the books, setting up a spectacular second round that begins Wednesday as many of the world's best tennis players get their first serious tests at the All England Club. Not all...Show More Summary
COURT REPORT: No player in the open era has received more Grand Slam wildcards than the 11 had by 33-year-old Nicolas Mahut.The Frenchman won in four sets against Serb Filip Krajinovic.
"He's not a usual player," Nadal said. "Anything can happen. He beat me last year in Halle. It is little bit different, the surface and everything. He's a tough player...Probably he will come with good confidence. I'm going to try to be ready for it."
Monday was easy for Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic. Wednesday's matches aren't expected to push the top seeds to their limit either, but a slightly stiffer task might await Williams and Djokovic in the second round. After dismissing...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal has vowed to be ready for a Wimbledon showdown with a dreadlocked German who has already taught him a lesson on grass.
MIKE DICKSON AT WIMBLEDON: Murray rode out the odd mini crisis to defeat Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin 6-4 7-6 (7-3) 6-4 to get his Wimbledon challenge properly underway.
Laura Robson admitted she found it difficult to handle her nerves as she slipped to a straight sets defeat against Evgeniya Rodina.
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI: Sometimes your luck is simply in. For James Ward, the fascinating question is how much he has left. That's not to say he needed help to beat Luca Vanni.
Andy Murray overcame searing heat and a tough opening opponent in the shape of Mikhail Kukushkin as the No 3 seed secured safe passage to the second round.
A first-round match does not usually fill the press seats, but on Tuesday the place was full to see if Rafa Nadal’s wobbly form would end his Wimbledon campaign in early ignominy.
Romanian Simona Halep became the highest seed to join the Wimbledon first-round exodus as she perished to Jana Cepelova 5-7 6-4 6-3 on Tuesday.
As the majority of the British fans watched Andy Murray in action, Aljaz Bedene walked out onto Court 8 for an experience that was to prove very different from his last two appearances in SW19.
NICK HARRIS AT WIMBLEDON: Heather Watson ensured there will be a British woman in the second round of the ladies’ singles after a gutsy come-from-behind win over Caroline Garcia.
This Wimbledon probably came a month too soon for Laura Robson, who went out of the first round on Tuesday after losing 6-4 6-4 to Russia’s Evgeniya Rodina.
A 'pumped up' Heather Watson will target 'controlled aggression' to equal her best-ever Wimbledon showing and set up a potential third-round clash with Serena Williams.