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Summary

  1. Daniela Hantuchova (Svk) beat Dominika Cibulkova (Svk) 7-5 6-0
  2. Leonardo Mayer (Arg) beat Thanasi Kokkinakis (Aus) 7-6 7-6 6-4
  3. Bernard Tomic (Aus) beat Jan-Lennard Struff (Ger) 6-3 3-6 2-6 6-2 6-3

Live Reporting

By Aimee Lewis, Mike Henson and Tom Fordyce

All times stated are UK

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Time to pull the covers across this live text and get some rest and relaxation ahead of a tough round of matches tomorrow.

We will see you all bright and early tomorrow.

Right, which are the matches to get your teeth into away from the main courts yesterday?

Try a bit of Alexandr Dolgopolov v Kyle Edmund first on court Three.

Former finalist Agnieszka Radwanska against Lucie Hradecka third on court 12.

Or British number two Aljaz Bedene against Radek Stepanek last on court eight.

Jerzy Janowicz - the Polish serve machine who made the semi-finals in 2013 - has not really followed up that run to the last four since.

He has been eliminated in the third round or before in every one of the Grand Slams he has competed in since.

And he is not going to go any further this time. Turkey's Marsel Ilhan has ousted him 7-6 (7-4) 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-3. Twenty-six aces on the board in that one.

Rafael Nadal - a spent force?

Miles Maclagan

Former coach to Andy Murray and Laura Robson on BBC Radio 5 live

"Doubts about him are something that's always motivated Rafa, but for me, those doubts are almost bubbling over too much." Two-time Wimbledon champion Nadal is first on Court one tomorrow, where he faces Brazil's Thomasz Bellucci.

Tuesday's order of play

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

On Liam Broady, who won earlier today: "Liam Broady has had difficult times with the parental thing and he has his sister who appears to be taller than him, which is upsetting for a brother!

"It was great to see him come back from two sets down, and win and that will be a huge boost for him and make him a believer. Next up is David Goffin, who is a great ball striker, he hits a sweet ball. Liam should be most worried about just recovering he went five sets where as Goffin won easily."

Play suspended

Watson 1-6 6-3 Garcia

But we will come back for a one-set shoot-out tomorrow.

A tournament official comes out to have a peer at the failing light. It is rather murky. He offers both players the veto - if either is unwilling to continue the match will be held over tomorrow.

It sounds like that Watson took that offer and so, to some grumbles from the court 12 crowd, they stride off.

They will be back on as the second match tomorrow.

Game and second set

Watson 1-6 6-3 Garcia

Heather Watson
PA

And Heather Watson is back to parity.

After an eyesore of an opening set, the 23-year-old fights back out of her corner like a tiger to take the second.

Watson 1-6 6-3 Garcia

Right, can Heather Watson serve out the second set to level things up against Caroline Garcia?

She has made a ropey old start, slipping 0-30 adrift.

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on Wimbledon 2Day

Speaking about Lleyton Hewitt's defeat earlier in the day in what was his final Wimbledon appearance: "The body gives out on you. Lleyton has had six or seven surgeries? Maybe more. He has the will and is a tremendous competitor - the all time best - but now the body can't take it."

Watson 1-6 5-2 Garcia

Leon Smith

GB Davis Cup captain on BBC Radio 5 live

"Heather Watson is a completely different player in this set. It's a great response and she's really got herself going. She's seeing things quicker and attacking and defending better.

"Garcia will be deep in thought to be 5-2 down in the second set. The crowd are now into the game, and Heather is feeding off that."

Watson 1-6 5-2 Garcia

Marion Bartoli

2013 Wimbledon champion on BBC 5 live

"They may not be able to start a third set tonight if it goes into a decider, because of the light."

Watson 1-6 5-2 Garcia

Heather Watson could not have turned the tables on Caroline Garcia more effectively if she had a lazy susan built in.

She leads 5-2 and Garcia will need to hold serve next, then break, then hold again to get out of this pickle.

Game, set and match

Baghdatis 5-7 6-2 6-4 6-4 Young

Baghdatis
AFP

Marcos Baghdatis, the salty old sea dog who conquered Andy Murray in the fourth round in 2006, has come through a tasty first-round match-up against Donald Young.

The Cypriot with trademark bandana in place, was at his Cap'n Jack best, grinning and gurning his way all the way through.

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on Wimbledon 2Day

"Novak Djokovic played well today. Make no mistake. His movement is so amazing, as is his court coverage and defence. It looked like he had the hardest draw before the tournament started but maybe it is opening up a bit."

Lindsay Davenport

1999 Wimbledon champion on Wimbledon 2Day

Reflecting on Novak Djokovic's straight-sets win over Philipp Kohlschreiber earlier today:

"The first match on grass is always so challenging for anybody. Philipp Kohlschreiber was the toughest guy anyone could play in the first round, but Novak Djokovic started to find his range and movement on the grass. He got more balanced as it went on and that made a difference."

Watson 1-6 4-1 Garcia

Marion Bartoli

2013 Wimbledon champion on BBC 5 live

"It's amazing how much Garcia's level has dropped in the space of only five minutes. That's happened to her in the past, where she's struggled to maintain a high level throughout matches. If you look at Heather, her body language is so much better than in the first set."

Game, set and match

Stephens 6-4 6-2 Strycova

Unseeded American Sloane Stephens, a quarter-finalist in 2013, has put 27th seed Barbora Strycova out with a 6-4 6-2 victory.

She will be a dangerous floating threat in draw. She could play Lucie Safarova in the third round.

Watson 1-6 3-1 Garcia

Heather Watson is putting up a stiffer fight in the second set against Caroline Garica.

In fact, the British number one has just pilfered the Frenchwoman's serve for a 3-1 lead.

Lleyton's farewell

Lleyton Hewitt
AP

Reflecting on his five-set defeat to Finland's Jarkko Nieminen, 2002 Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt said: "I was always going to leave it all out there on the court. I gave everything I had, and had nothing left in the tank at the end.

"There were a couple of times the match could have got away from me, but I hung there. I'd have loved to play Novak Djokovic in the next round, so it's disappointing."

After his 17th and final singles appearance at the All England Club, the Australian added: "The crowd was fantastic, and if I was going to go out for a final time, I wouldn't have had it any other way."

Milos Raonic
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Canadian Milos Raonic safely made it into the second round with a win over Daniel Gimeno-Traver.

He said on Twitter: "It was good to move on today and get the win. #BelieveinTheSleeve"

History makers

Broady 6-7 3-6 Duque Marino

Liam and Naomi Broady
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Naomi may have lost, but she played her part in a rare Wimbledon double act. With Liam Broady having played, and won, earlier today the pair became the first mixed siblings to appear in tandem at Wimbledon since Buster and Linda Mottram in 1978.

Watson 1-6 0-1 Garcia

Leon Smith

GB Davis Cup captain on BBC Radio 5 live

"Heather has to find a way not to be too passive against a big-hitter like Garcia.

"At the moment, apart from a brief passage of play in the middle of the first set, Garcia is being allowed to dictate things far too easily. She needs to be more aggressive and start applying as much pressure as possible to get Garcia moving more."

Watson 1-6 Garcia

Heather Watson
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Watson 1-6 Garcia

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

"The frustration continues for Heather Watson who is broken again after some more sloppy groundstrokes and takes it out on her racquet, which is sent bouncing to the back of court 12.

"The crowd attempt to lift her but Caroline Garcia quickly wraps up the first set, which is hers in just 27 minutes. I don't know if the long wait for her match affected Watson, or the late change from Court 12 but she is usually hard to beat and she has been far from that so far."

Watson 1-6 Garcia

Marion Bartoli

2013 Wimbledon champion on BBC 5 live

"Heather isn't playing with enough intensity, she's too casual. There's just no intensity with her legs and she's not been in the match at all so far. She needs to quickly re-group for the second set"

Game and first set

Watson 1-6 Garcia

I thought that Heather Watson against Caroline Garcia might stretch late into the evening.

So far, it might be over in time for dinner. And not for any happy reasons for a British point of view.

Broady 6-7 3-6 Duque Marino

Andrew Castle

BBC tennis commentator

"Disappointment for Naomi Broady. She had a set point in that first set, how different it could have been - she threw everything at it."

Safarova 3-6 7-5 6-3 Riske

Lucie Safarova has taken a look over the abyss, decided actually she quite enjoyed her run to last year's semi-finals and wants to stick around a little longer this.

She has recovered from a set down to overhaul Alison Riske and make the second round.

Watson 1-4 Garcia

Marion Bartoli

2013 Wimbledon champion on BBC 5 live

"Heather Watson really must serve harder. Serving at 82 miles per hour is not good enough at this level. She seems to feel the ball isn't coming out of her racket properly. Maybe she's feeling the nerves of a home Grand Slam."

Watson 1-4 Garcia

Leon Smith

GB Davis Cup captain on BBC Radio 5 live

"It's a tough start for Heather. She isn't getting enough first serves in, and add to that the fact that Garcia is serving well, it's causing Heather some problems in this first set."

Watson 1-4 Garcia

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

"Heather Watson cannot get to grips with Caroline Garcia's serve and the rather subdued atmosphere on court 12 reflects the sluggish start made by the British number one, who was broken in her first service game and is very much on the backfoot already.

"Still, Watson is well known for her tenacious attitude so let's not write her off just yet."

Dimitrov 6-3 6-0 6-4 Delbonis

Grigor Dimitrov is a very stylish man and a 6-3 6-0 6-4 dispatching of Federico Delbonis is a good look for summer 2015.

Watson 1-3 Garcia

Heather Watson has coughed up her serve at the first time of asking out on court 12.

The British number trails 3-1 against France's Caroline Garcia.

Greg Rusedski is in the crowd to support Watson, sitting alongside her Argentine coach Diego Veronelli.

Naomi Broady out

Broady 6-7 3-6 Duque Marino

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

"Moment of concern for Mariana Duque-Marino while serving for the match. She crumbles to the lush court-three turf after failing to reach an accurate Broady return.

"One of the Colombian supporters jumps to her feet and shouts something in her native tongue as the rest of concerned crowd fall silent.

"The rest of the Spanish-speakers laugh heartily. I'm none the wiser.

"Anyway she regains her feet - but not her composure as she double faults on match point.

"Not for long. Cute drop-shot and a clinical volley completes the job in one hour and 27 minutes."

Game, set and match

Broady 6-7 3-6 Duque Marino

A double fault on the first match point, but there is no get out of jail free card for Naomi Broady on the second.

Mariana Duque-Marino lures her in with a drop-shot and then pats the reply back past her with a forehand volley to win the final point of the match.

Broady 6-7 3-5 Duque Marino

Mariana Duque-Marino breaks serve for a 5-3 lead in the second set and suddenly she has the chance to serve for the match against Naomi Broady.

Maria Sharapova wants to put a few more miles into her legs after beating Britain's Johanna Konta 6-2 6-2 in an hour and 22 minutes.

She said on Twitter: After a good start to Wimbledon, finishing off the day with a good run in the park #Wimbledon2015

Maria Sharapova
Maria Sharapova Twitter

Broady 6-7 3-4 Duque Marino

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

"Those thinking of leaving court three for the train home have just thought the better of it.

"An ear-splitting roar rings around the now shade-filled arena as British number three Naomi Broady wipes out her Colombian opponent Mariana Duque-Marino's break at the first opportunity. More follow as the 25-year-old holds her serve easily.

"Stay tuned folks - this could be more exciting than tonight's Eastenders..."

Naomi Broady serves
Reuters

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

"Seating is unreserved on court 12, where British number one Heather Watson has just had her match moved to, but be quick - it is filling up rapidly. Watson and French 32nd seed Caroline Garcia are warming up in what is left of the sunshine."

I reckon that Watson could take us all the way to dusk if she is in stubborn mood.