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Another decent day in prospect at Queen's tomorrow. Here's who you can keep tabs on. You might want to pay particular attention to the third match on Centre...Copyright: BBC
Canada teenager Denis Shapovalov after beating British number two Kyle Edmund at Queen's: "This is definitely one of the biggest wins of my career. Kyle is an incredible player so I have amazing feelings right now."
On moving on from his previous meeting with Edmund when he was disqualified after accidentally hitting the umpire with the ball: "I don't think I'll ever forget about it but I think I've moved on. This was a different match. And it wasn't in my head."
Edmund saves two match points... but not the third. The British number two shanks a forehand return and that pretty much sums up a stinker of a game.
Shapovalov looks up to the clear London sky, roars in delight and then skips towards the net in celebration. That's the biggest win of the 18-year-old world number 193's career.
What's happened here?! In the blink of an eye, Edmund is 0-40 down after a double fault. Three match points for Denis Shapovalov...
Well, well, well. Naomi Broady is back level. After losing the first three games, the British number two uses the momentum of her first hold to break back in the next game.
"C'mon Kyle!" A few roars of encouragement from the Queen's crowd as home hope Edmund moves to 40-30 on Shapovalov's serve at 4-4. Can he force deuce?
Shapovalov keeps him behind the baseline, Edmund blinking first when he wallops a forehand long. Shapovalov cheers, fist-pumping at his box.
Two more games, two more holds. These two aren't giving anything away. Teenage Canadian Shapovalov is keeping his cool, heaping the pressure back on to the Briton. And then he responds by doing the same. Who is going to crack first?
How have we gone this long without an update from Birmingham? I'm not sure. Sorry Naomi Broady fans. I've not even had time to go for a cup of tea, so I can't blame that.
Anyway... British number two Broady, who has moved up to 111th in the world, is taking on France's Alize Cornet.
The world number 31, as you can tell by her ranking, has decent pedigree and reached the last 16 at Roland Garros recently.
She shows her talent by winning the first three games before Broady rattles off a quick hold to get her side of the scoreboard ticking.
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Phew! Kyle Edmund hangs on to his serve. Denis Shapovalov puts the Briton under pressure, taking him to deuce. But the 22-year-old Yorkshireman uses all of his experience - which despite his young age is considerably more than the teenager opposite him - to hold.
Shapovalov does the same, then munches a banana at the changeover for an energy boost. Always works for me when I'm playing 6-a-side.
*denotes next server
Denis Shapovalov made a complete mess of his opening service game in the second set. No such luck for Kyle Edmund at the start of the decider. The young Canadian starts off with a ace, going on to hold before trading a couple more with the British number two.
Not a cloud in the west London sky, sun still beating down, beads of sweat still dripping down plenty of foreheads.
Many of those in the stands are rehydrating with plastic cups full of everyone's favourite fruit-based, summer liqueur.
Former Wimbledon semi-finalist Lucie Safarova stepped into the tennis time machine earlier today....
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One shocker of a game from Denis Shapovalov is the only difference between him and Kyle Edmund in this second set.
The Canadian lost his serve in the opening game - and he's been punished.
Edmund serves out for the set, Shapovalov gives himself hope with a ripper of a winner for 15-0.
But Edmund keeps his cool, doesn't press the panic button, powering back to win the game and the set.
At least Box Office (Kyrgios' nickname from pal Andy Murray) has raked in plenty of cash. Bit pricey in the Dog and Fox from what I remember...
Nick Kyrgios has had an eventful afternoon, withdrawing from his opening match against Donald Young after a heavy fall aggravated a hip problem, then visiting the doctor and finally the media. Understandably low after another injury blow, the Aussie still could not resist a wisecrack. Asked for his plans in the coming days, he replied with a smile: "Dog & Fox."
Wimbledon Village's best known pub had better stock up on isotonic sports drinks.
Kyle Edmund still has his nose out in front in his opening match at Queen's. But not by much. A couple of holds will take this one into a decider for the British number two.
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Heather Watson saves one match point... and then a second! The British number two drags Svitolina out wide and then whacks down a ferocious forehand.
But Watto lets Svitolina off the hook on her second serve, bringing up a third match point for the Ukrainian.
This time she has got it! Watson drags an inside-out forehand into the tramlines and it is all over.
A valiant effort from the British wildcard against the world number five, nevertheless. Something to build on ahead of Wimbledon? Let's hope so.
An excellent hold from Heather Watson. But she will need another one. And a break sandwiched in-between. World number five Elina Svitolina serves for the match...
Heather Watson is clinging on by her perfectly-manicured fingernails. With holds swapped, Svitolina is one more break away from the match.
Heather starts with a thumping ace down the middle...
Early breakthrough for Kyle Edmund. The 22-year-old Yorkshireman nabs his Canadian opponent's serve in the opening game of the second set, then takes a good look at it again in the third.
This time, Shapovalov hangs on.
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