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Summary

  1. Richard Gasquet (Fra) beat Luke Saville (Aus) 6-3 6-2 6-2
  2. Liam Broady (GB) beats Marinko Matosevic (Aus) 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3
  3. Belinda Bencic (Swi) wins against Tsvetana Pironkova (Bul) 3-6 6-1 6-3

Live Reporting

By Aimee Lewis, Mike Henson and Tom Fordyce

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    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.

  2. Post update

    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.

  3. Post update

    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.

  4. Post update

    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."

  5. 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.

  6. Game and second set

    Watson 1-6 6-3 Garcia

    Heather Watson

    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.

  7. Post update

    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.

  8. Post update

    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."

  9. Post update

    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."

  10. Post update

    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."

  11. Post update

    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.

  12. Game, set and match

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

    Baghdatis

    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.

  13. Post update

    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."

  14. Post update

    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."

  15. Post update

    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."

  16. 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.

  17. Post update

    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.

  18. Lleyton's farewell

    Lleyton Hewitt

    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."

  19. Post update

    Milos Raonic

    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"

  20. History makers

    Broady 6-7 3-6 Duque Marino

    Liam and Naomi Broady

    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.

  21. Post update

    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."

  22. Post update

    Watson 1-6 Garcia

    Heather Watson
  23. Post update

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    Just click on the live coverage tab on this page to get it flowing. And use #Wimbledon2day to get involved on Twitter.

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  24. Post update

    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."

  25. Post update

    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"

  26. 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.

  27. Post update

    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."

  28. Post update

    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.

  29. Post update

    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."

  30. Post update

    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."

  31. Post update

    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."

  32. Post update

    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.

  33. Post update

    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.

  34. 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."

  35. 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.

  36. Post update

    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.

  37. Post update

    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
  38. Post update

    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
  39. Post update

    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.

  40. Post update

    Broady 6-7 1-3 Duque Marino

    Virginia Wade

    1977 Wimbledon champion on BBC Sport

    "I think any of these players might be excused for being a little bit fatigued at this stage, not for the heat, but the nervous tension, especially for the British girl. It takes its toll."

  41. Post update

    Broady 6-7 1-3 Duque-Marino

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "One of our Colombian friends shows her English language skills with a strategically-planned 'Come on Mariana' just ahead of that pivotal deuce on Broady's serve.

    "The British fans respond in almost unison with several Broady-boosting ripostes.

    "But it doesn't help the home favourite. Duque-Marino nabs the first break of the second set at the fifth opportunity.

    "Broady's 22 unforced errors to her opponent's 12 pretty much tell the story..."

  42. Post update

    Dimitrov 6-3 6-0 1-2 Delbonis

    Grigor Dimitrov has signed for the second set out on Court One against Federico Delbonis.

    Meanwhile Sloane Stephens whips a forehand winner down the line to keep the first set of her encounter with Barbora Strycova on serve at 4-3.

  43. More from British winner Broady

    Liam Broady

    Liam Broady on Instagram following his five-set win today:

    "What an atmosphere. Mats Wilander told me it's the loudest he's ever heard court 18 so thank you to everyone for the support. Goffin on Wednesday and hoping for the same support again! #unforgettable #goosebumps #MuchAppreciated."

  44. Post update

    Herbert 1-6 6-2 3-6 6-2 10-8 Chung

    If someone hasn't already dubbed this Five-Set Monday, then I shall. Out on 10, France's Pierre-Hugues Herbert (pronounced 'Air Bear') has finally seen off the challenge of South Korea's Hyeon Chung in a old-fashioned ding-donger. Chapeau, Air Bear.

  45. Post update

    Broady 6-7 1-2 Duque-Marino

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "One of the greatest things about sport is seeing the wave of emotions of those involved - whether it is unbridled joy or total despair.

    "At the moment, Naomi Broady's actions seem to indicate the latter.

    "After most of the points in this second set, the 25-year-old British number three turns to the green canvas behind, mutters something to herself and stares at/slaps her strings.

    "An emotional release worked a treat for brother Liam earlier - he received a violation for a swear outburst. Maybe it will do the trick for his sister."

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    Ana Ivanovic, Kristina Madenovic and German World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger

    French player Kristina Mladenovic, with Ana Ivanovic (left) and the Serb's boyfriend Bastian Schweinsteiger (right): "Yea we are all smile & happy after our 1st round wins!"

  47. Post update

    Strycova 3-1 Stephens

    World no.37 Sloane Stephens an early break down to Barbara Strycova, eight places ahead of her in the rankings. A decent number of seats taken around Centre for this late mover from the outside courts, many of them veterans of the queue who are delighted to have made it in.

  48. Post update

    Dimitrov 6-3 4-0 Delbonis

    Grigor Dimitrov

    Easy pickings for last year's semi-finalist Grigor Dimitrov on No.1, as he moves into a commanding second set lead against Argentina's Federico Delbonis. The man who knocked out Andy Murray in the quarter-finals a year ago is out at 11 in the seedings but he's looking good for Wednesday's second round.

  49. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Britain's Johanna Konta has been on Twitter following her defeat against Maria Sharapova on Centre Court.

    She said: "What an incredible experience today! Thank you AELTC Wimbledon for the opportunity to play on such a stage. Doubles next!!"

    Johanna Konta shakes hands with Maria Sharapova
  50. Post update

    Broady 6-7 (5-7) Duque-Marino

    Into the 'breaker on Court Three, as we seek one of the great days in Broady family history. But a poor backhand drop shot on set point down limps into the net, and Duque-Marino has pocketed the first set.

  51. Serena on the 'Serena Slam'

    Reflecting on her 6-4, 6-1 victory over Russia's Margarita Gasparyan, Serena Williams told BBC Radio 5 live: "People keep asking about the Grand Slam and the 'Serena Slam'. I've never really thought about the Grand Slam of tournaments, but that would be the ultimate dream."

  52. Post update

    Broady 6-5 Duque-Marino

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "That's a good response after the disappointment of losing a set point the previous game. Broady is playing well here."

    Naomi Broady
  53. Post update

    Broady 6-5 Duque-Marino

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "Two women sat in the court three sun are decked out in the Colombian national colour of yellow, blue and red - yes, they are supporting Mariana Duque-Marino. But they are outnumbered by about a few hundred to one.

    "The South American pair whoop as British number three Naomi Broady sees a set point go begging when she overcooks return. Then, cheer again when their player fights back to win in deuce.

    "The rest of crowd groan. Nicely poised though."

  54. Post update

    The Centre Court crowd have been lobbed another tasty morsel from the referee's office.

    Sloane Stephens v Barbora Strycova has been shunted onto the main stage.

  55. Post update

    Wawrinka 6-2 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Sousa

    Stan Wawrinka

    Stan Wawrinka told BBC Radio 5 live: "It was a great start and I'm happy to win the first match here. The most important thing is to get through and I'll continue to work at my game. Winning the French Open has given me a lot of confidence for sure, but everyone starts from zero in this tournament. I'm going to rest up and be ready for the next game.

    "I'm playing some of the best tennis of my career, every piece of the puzzle is fitting together and hopefully there's still more to come from me."

  56. Post update

    Wawrinka 6-2 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Sousa

    Richard Krajicek

    1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I don't think many of Stan's opponents are going to be hunting out the DVD of this performance to see how well he's played, because he hasn't.

    "But that doesn't really matter as long as he progresses. I think he'll be at a much higher level by the time he reaches the latter part of the tournament."

  57. Post update

    Broady 5-4 Duque-Marino

    Great Britain Federation Cup captain Judy Murray is one of those in the crowd watching Naomi Broady on court three.

    Broady dusts off a service game to love to impress the boss.

    Judy Murray
  58. Post update

    Broady 4-4 Duque-Marino

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Court three

    "In a less bright part of the UK (or world) and don't believe that it is 'scorch' in SW19? A pair of sun-shy couples on the court three crowd tell you otherwise.

    "And the action on the grass is pretty hot too.

    "Both British number three Naomi Broady - the 6ft 2in tall blonde with a booming serve - and her nimble Colombian opponent both hold serves in the opening four games.

    "The empty seats are filling up pretty quickly, not much Wimbledon green to be seen now."

  59. Game, set and match

    Wawrinka 6-2 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Sousa

    Stan Wawrinka clubs his way through the third-set tie-break to take it 7-3, along with victory.

    That was all very smooth sailing.

  60. Post update

    Novak Djokovic

    World number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic has been speaking to the BBC after his win against Philipp Kohlschreiber and was asked why he was so animated following the win.

    "I knew the quality of my opposition. I really don't take anything for granted. I try to respect everybody it's a win and I try to celebrate it," he said.

    "I think the fact that last time I played - at the Roland Garros final - I lost means I still feel traces of that. I needed to feel good after that."

    The Serb also said he thinks the controversy surrounding allegations of on-court coaching between the world number one and his coach Boris Becker has been blown out of proportion.

    "I think so, but who am I to judge that. There are people who know better and I will leave the speculation to them. I would like to close this here.

    "There is nothing I am hiding.

    "I think the next match there will be a secret agent sat next to Boris, but we are doing what the majority of other players and coaches are doing."

  61. Post update

    Duque-Marino 2-3 Broady

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "The delight of watching a match like this is that it is not a match between superstars, not a match where the prize money means nothing. This is the real deal, this is Wimbledon."

  62. Post update

    Wawrinka 6-2 7-5 5-6 Sousa

    Richard Krajicek

    1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Wawrinka has been holding his thigh. He looks a bit stiff, tired and sore from his performances at the French Open. It looks like he's trying to save himself for future games in this tournament."

  63. Post update

    Defending champion Petra Kvitova has been on Twitter keeping fans up to date with her preparations ahead of her match tomorrow.

    She said: "Some final stretching then a quiet night at home with my team. See you all at 1pm tomorrow."

    Petra Kvitova
  64. Can Naomi join brother Liam in round two?

    Broady v Duque-Marino

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "The Wimbledon sun might be fading - but the interest in the British representatives certainly isn't.

    "And it's a Briton by the name of Broady who is hoping to give the home fans something to cheer.

    Naomi Broady

    "Not Liam who, of course, created headlines earlier by winning in five sets on his Grand Slam singles debut.

    "Everyone is here to see if his sister Naomi can make it a memorable family double by beating Colombia's Mariana Duque-Marino.

    "Still plenty of sunglasses and protective lotion in the SW19 air as the pair knock up ahead of their first-round tie."

  65. Post update

    Dimitrov 3-2 Delbonis

    Grigor Dimitrov was the man who ended Andy Murray's title defence last year with an eerily comfortable straight-sets quarter-final win over the Scot in front of a bemused Centre Court.

    The Bulgarian has not quite followed up that win. Some expected him to be a regular fixture at the sharp end of the biggest events.

    Instead he has yet to reach a final this year and was comfortably seen off by Andy Murray when they met again at the Australian Open at the start of the year.

    He is mid-way through the first set against Argentina's Federico Delbonis.

  66. Post update

    Henman Hill

    The Great British picnic rug gets its one outing of the year on Henman Hill.

    That is either one of those giant ricecake things or a very structurally sound quiche...

  67. Tuesday's order of play

    The order of play has landed, hot and sweaty off the referee's office printer.

    Andy Murray has third use of Centre Court - so, best guess, will be on court at around 16:00 BST in his match against Mikhail Kukushkin.

    Women's champion Petra Kvitova gets things up and running on Centre Court with Roger Federer to follow against Bosnia's Damir Dzumhur.

    Rafael Nadal is first on Court One against Thomaz Bellucci.

  68. Post update

    Wawrinka 6-2 7-5 2-2 Sousa

    Centre Court

    The shadows are creeping longer and longer on Centre Court.

    There are a fair few green seats appearing among the sea of fedoras and pastel colours.

    That is testament to Stan Wawrinka's efficiency. The French Open champion is constricting the life out of Joao Sousa on the main stage.

  69. Nishikori through to second round

    Kei Nishikori on BBC Two: "I'm very happy to win the match. He's a tough player on grass - we played five sets last year.

    "My leg should be OK. It was a little bit sore last week, but it's getting better. It wasn't easy to play three hours."

  70. Post update

    Nishikori beats Bolelli in five sets

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "His calf is sore, he looked pretty lame at the end, but he's dragged himself over the line. He has talked so much about how this has been his least successful major and wanting to put that right. His body is letting him down though."

  71. Game, set and match

    Nishikori 6-3 6-7 6-2 3-6 6-3 Bolelli

    Kei Nishikori, hampered by an ankle injury, has flopped over the finishline and into the second round.

    He will play Colombia's Santiago Giraldo in the next round and will see plenty of the physio before then.

  72. Game, set and match

    Smoked salmon and cream cheese? Salted beef?

    Madison Brengle has two bagels to swallow after Venus Williams served up a 6-0 6-0 defeat in just 42 minutes.

    Williams , a five-time champion, has reached a Grand Slam quarter-final only once in the past five years - at the Australian Open in 2015.

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    2007 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion Jamie Murray on Twitter: Shame to see Lleyton Hewitt bow out. Amazing champion and role model to kids everywhere. #rusty #attitude #fight

  74. It hasn't sunk in - Broady

    Earlier today Liam Broady beat Marinko Matosevic from two sets down and he's been speaking on BBC TV.

    "I would have liked to go for a few more sets. The crowd played a massive part. When you have got a couple of thousand people behind you, it is hard to get tired.

    "After the first match point I just I wanted to make myself proud. I knew this was a game I was never going to forget. I was just thinking, 'make him play, it's that simple'."

  75. Post update

    Nishikori 6-3 6-7 6-2 3-6 4-2 Bolelli

    Kei Nishikori is battling his own creaking body as well as his Italian opponent in the fifth set against Simone Bolelli out on Court One.

    Kei Nishikori

    The Japanese fifth seed has tweaked his ankle - nursing the joint at a strange angle during changeovers - but is a break up on Bolelli.

  76. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Michael Hackney: End of a distinguished era today. Lleyton Hewitt bows out of Wimbledon. Such a shame to lose in the first round though.

    Gary Stockbridge: I think this is a fitting end for Hewitt, going down fighting like he always did, not crushed, which was the likely result v Novak

    Katharine Pike: What a way to go out, fighting till the last point. Fantastic Hewitt

  77. Konta counts the cost

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Reflecting on her 6-2 6-2 defeat to Maria Sharapova, on Centre Court, Britain's Johanna Konta told BBC Radio 5 live: "I gave my best out there today, and it just wasn't good enough. You can't always play your best tennis, but in terms of the way I approached the match and embraced the occasion I was pretty pleased."

  78. Post update

    Wawrinka 6-2 4-4 Sousa

    Stan Wawrinka unfurls that elegant killer of a backhand, cutting a lovely angled pass, but he has not been able to make significant inroads into the Joao Sousa serve so far in this second set. Still bobbing along on serve...

    Stan Wawrinka
  79. Post update

    Liam Broady is on BBC One and still looks a little shell-shocked by all the attention in the wake of his win over Marinko Matosevic.

    "Waking up this morning I didn't expect to win, I didn't expect to lose either, but it has not really sunk in yet," he said.

    Liam Broady celebrates

    "I think by the time I get to bed this evening, I will look back and have a little chuckle to myself.

    "Andy Murray has been invaluable with advice for players I have played against and just being able to learn from one of the best tennis players of our era. It is not just me either, it is the same with all the British players. And he doesn't have to do any of it, he does it because he wants to."

  80. Post update

    Strawberries

    Is it just me or is cream on strawberries, well, just a little odd...

    On a cherry bakewell, fine. Over Christmas pudding, if you want.

    But fresh fruit? I'm not having it.

  81. Get involved via 81111 in the UK

    Jon in Manchester: Where's the praise for Nieminen? I'm half Finnish and was jumping around like a loon when he won!

  82. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Jarkko Nieminen

    Richard Krajicek

    1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "The two great strengths of Lleyton's game were his body and his mind. His mind is still strong, but his body has started to let him down.

    "He can still be involved in tennis when he retires at the start of next year, and now he can make his own schedule. I'm sure opportunities will come knocking and he's not someone we need to worry about too much because he will still be heavily involved in the game in the future, even when he's no longer playing."

  83. Post update

    Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Nieminen

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "Sad scenes on court two, and not just because a thrilling encounter is finally over. Jarkko Nieminen and Lleyton Hewitt both saluted the crowd at the end of that four-hour five-set epic, which the Finn took 11-9 in the decider, but for the Australian it was also a wave goodbye to Wimbledon on his final appearance at the AELTC.

    "The 34-year-old 2002 champion will not be back next year, but got a fitting farewell for his feats down the years, and also his efforts today."

    Lleyton Hewitt
  84. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Jarkko Nieminen

    Mark Woodforde

    Former Grand Slam doubles champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It hasn't been happening for Lleyton over the last two-and-a-half years, and his game hasn't been able to stand up to the challenge.

    "He's 34 and has played in 17 Wimbledon tournaments, and I can remember him beating me as a 16-year-old, but it's a sad moment to watch him play in this manner as I've seen him play so strongly and with such heart, but over the last six months he's gone downhill and it's not nice to see champions playing at that level.

    "At the end of this season he'll have a lot more time on his hands, and I'm sure he'll be heavily involved in Australian tennis in the future."

  85. Game and first set

    Wawrinka 6-2 1-1 Sousa

    While Lleyton Hewitt heads off into the Wimbledon twilight for a final time, Stan Wawrinka has wrapped up the opening set against Joao Sousa.

    Stan Wawrinka
  86. Get involved via #bbctennis

    2003 US Open champion and BBC Sport expert Andy Roddick on Twitter:

    "All of my respect to Lleyton Hewitt ... Enjoyed our battles. You did it the right way everyday ..."

  87. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Jarkko Nieminen

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "Nieminen finally succeeds with his fourth match point to spell the end of Hewitt's distinguished Wimbledon singles career, as he finally bows out. As you would expect, everyone inside court two is on their feet for the Australian."

    Lleyton Hewitt fans
  88. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Beth Jackson: Gutted for Lleyton. What a player. What a champion. He's gonna be sadly missed.

    Michael John: Lleyton Hewitt has given so much in terms of passion, fun and excitement to tennis fans over the years

    Matt Boucher: End of an era, goodbye Hewitt. Absolute legend of the sport, going to miss your famous Come On!

  89. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Jarkko Nieminen

    Mark Woodforde

    Former Grand Slam doubles champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Lleyton Hewitt has been one of the great players in men's tennis, and has gone down in the folklore of Australian tennis. This is a sad end to his Wimbledon singles career."

  90. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 9-11 Jarkko Nieminen

    Barry Davies

    BBC Sport Commentator

    "It's a sad end for a player who has graced the game for 17 years, but a memorable moment for Nieminen to get a first victory against Hewitt. They both deserved the applause. They have kept us entertained for the brilliant and, occasionally for the curious. Hewitt has been a worthy competitor for so long and goes out with his pride maintained."

  91. Game, set and match

    Nieminen beats Hewitt

    Lleyton Hewitt

    And that's a wrap. The 'fanatics' can rest their voices because Lleyton Hewitt has been knocked out of Wimbledon, losing 3-6 6-3 4-6 6-0 11-9 to Jarkko Nieminen in a remarkable match.

  92. Post update

    "Just walked by the champagne bar. Full of party people," says a colleague as he returns to the 'office' from a break. I would question why he was anywhere near the champagne bar, but that's not my place.

    Wimbledon champagne
  93. Post update

    Stan Wawrinka 5-1 Joao Sousa

    Blimey, Stan, take it easy in this heat. Stan Wawrinka is 5-1 up in the first set against Joao Sousa in a blink of an eye. Centre Court bathed in sunshine and the French Open champion is on song. For those of you who have done your homework, you'll know the 26-year-old has never won a match at Wimbledon.

  94. Liquid spirit

    Pimm's

    "Oh, pardon me," says a female spectator to the left of me as she breaks the silence with a loud belch. Is that one of the after-effects of Wimbledon's popular fruity tipple perhaps?

  95. Game, set and match

    Milos Raonic is through to the second round. The big serving Canadian has beaten Daniel Gimeno-Traver of Spain 6-2 6-3 3-6 7-6. What's going on elsewhere? Over on court eight, the evergreen Tommy Haas has seen off Dusan Lajovic 6-2 6-3 4-6 6-2.

  96. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 8-8 Jarkko Nieminen

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "From a stage in this set where we had four service breaks in a row, both players have turned it round in this five-set thriller, with the winner to play Novak Djokovic in round two."

  97. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 8-8 Jarkko Nieminen

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Lleyton Hewitt

    "The sun is high in the sky above a packed court two, where this match has already been going for more than three-and-a-half hours but, apart from the players, everyone else here would be happy if it does not finish anytime soon.

    "This match might be one-sided off the court in terms of support but, on it, things are very even. Hewitt is rolling back the years as he scampers round the court playing the more spectacular tennis but Jarkko has the bigger serve and is also far more consistent."

    I'm glad you've confirmed the sun is high in the sky, Chris. That's a relief to us all.

  98. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 7-8 Jarkko Nieminen

    Mark Woodforde

    Former Grand Slam doubles champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "There's been some vintage Hewitt in this fifth set, but he's still having to play catch-up. He's got a great heart and this is the perfect script for him - now he needs to make sure the script plays out how he wants it."

  99. Post update

    Wimbledon

    Ah. The spectators who disappeared from Centre Court aren't stretching their limbs. It seems as if everyone's feeding their cravings for strawberries and cream and who can blame them.

  100. Wawrinka v Sousa set to start

    French Open Stan Wawrinka and Joao Sousa have trotted onto Centre Court. Plenty of empty seats in this wonderful arena but everyone deserves to stretch their limbs now and again. The majority of spectators on Centre are trying to capture moments on their smart phones, although one gentleman in front of me has fallen asleep. Tiring work watching live sport.

  101. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 6-6 Jarkko Nieminen

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "When Hewitt came out for this match, we wondered how his serve would stand up. It's stood up brilliantly."

    Lleyton Hewitt
  102. Post update

    Roger Federer tweet

    Oh Roger, Roger, Roger. Please say you haven't described Lleyton Hewitt as a New Zealander. The seven-time champion must hope he never crosses paths with the boisterous 'Fanatics'.

  103. Post update

    Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 5-5 Nieminen

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "If I had 20 people in yellow T-shirts behind me, yelling 'C'mon Rusty' or 'Let's go Aussie' after every point it would probably put me off, rather than help - but after 17 years as a pro Lleyton Hewitt is probably used to his noisy 'Fanatics' by now.

    "Their rendition of Queen classic "I want it all" even brought smiles from the officials on Court Two but most appropriate of all was "we love you because you're a fighter" and "warrior" after their man saved three match points to hold and make it 5-all in the fifth set of this thriller. He most definitely is one of those."

  104. Game, set and match

    Sharapova 6-2 6-2 Konta

    Centre Court's spectators are on their feet, applauding Maria Sharapova and Jo Konta as they walk towards the net. Former champion Sharapova joins Serena Williams in the second round after a straightforward 6-2 6-2 victory. Warm applause for both as they depart.

    Maria Sharapova after her victory
  105. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 5-2 Konta

    Lindsay Davenport

    1999 Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    On Sharapova's championship chances: "She would be in that third tier. No question Serena is the favourite. You have to have Kvitova second for how well she has played over last few years. Sharapova is in that next group of contenders with the likes of Halep and maybe Azarenka, even though she is ranked a lot lower."

  106. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 5-2 Konta

    Justine Henin

    Seven-time Grand Slam champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Sharapova has played well when it has mattered on the important points and now she is just one game away from victory."

  107. Hewitt on the ropes

    Nick Powell's prayers may have gone unanswered because former champion Lleyton Hewitt is serving to stay in the match. The Australian and Jarkko Nieminen currently duelling at deuce - 5-4 in the fifth.

  108. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Sarah Garlick: This Hewitt match is seriously lowering the chances of me getting to work on time tonight!

    Nick Powell: Praying for Hewitt to get the win, would be brilliant to see him finish his time here on centre vs another champion.

  109. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 4-2 Konta

    Hello! Me again - nose slightly pinker than a few hours ago, and that's not through drink. Sun cream the dominant smell around Wimbledon although to look at many of the patrons I'm not sure where exactly they're slapping on the Factor 50. Anyway. To the tennis. Sharapova is closing in on victory, still 4-2 in the second.

  110. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 4-2 Konta

    Johanna Konta lives to fight at least a couple more games as, with a helpful netcord twang wrong-footing Maria Sharapova, she holds serve from deuce.

    Aimee Lewis is back in the building to talk you through this next little lot.

  111. Post update

    Lindsay Davenport

    1999 Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "Konta has done well and tried to hang in there but if you play someone at this level it is a different ball game. Konta has never played anyone ranked in the top five before."

    Johanna Konta
  112. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 4-1 Konta

    Justine Henin

    Seven-time Grand Slam champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "For me, it's a surprise that Maria Sharapova has won Wimbledon just once, back in 2004. Her game and the way she hits the ball, they are perfect for playing on grass."

  113. Post update

    Maria Sharapova is feathering the accelerator for the finishline....

  114. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 3-3 Jarkko Nieminen

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "Hewitt has become a little bit tight in this deciding set. He got the break ahead, but he has been broken back straight away."

    Leyton Hewitt
  115. Post update

    Britain's Liam Broady speaking to BBC Two: "The crowd was fantastic - they made the experience. After the first two sets wanted to give them more, managed to sneak third set and that was the best feeling of my life. So to win the match was fantastic.

    "I've been working a lot on absorbing pressure from opponents and I managed to stay calm and feel focused.

    "This was my first five-setter - I've played a few in practice but this was a little different.

    "We were both shattered towards the end but I had a few thousand people cheering me on - and he didn't have as many!

    "At 5-3 in the third set I was thinking 'I will remember today for the rest of my life'. I wanted to make sure i did myself proud."

  116. Post update

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Jarkko Nieminen and Lleyton Hewitt

    "Two 34-year-olds are going toe-to-toe in the fifth set on Court Two, and whoever loses out of Lleyton Hewitt and Jarkko Nieminen will not be back at Wimbledon next year - both have already said this is their final appearance at the AELTC.

    "Jarkko has one noisy fan - who may actually be his coach - who keeps telling him to "go straight to the finish line". Shouldn't that be the Finnish line?

    "Anyway, he is being drowned out by Hewitt's army of yellow-shirted "Fanatics" who have just launched into a chorus of "I believe that we will win". Nieminen has other ideas."

  117. Post update

    Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 3-2 Nieminen

    Pure Antipodean mongrel from Lleyton Hewitt as the 34-year-old edges a break of serve ahead in the fifth set against Jarkko Nieminen.

  118. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 1-1 Konta

    But Maria Sharapova is straight back at Johanna Konta, snatching back serve to level up in the second set.

    Sharapova serves
  119. Post update

    Lindsay Davenport

    1999 Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "After that first set, much better. Konta was a different player there. Much better, getting more pace on her shots, being more aggressive. That gets her a first break of the Sharapova serve."

  120. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 0-1 Konta

    Justine Henin

    Seven-time Grand Slam champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's a good first game of the set for Konta, she clearly feels she's got nothing to lose now, and without that tension she can really play her own game and push Sharapova a little bit more."

  121. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 0-1 Konta

    Improving news from Centre Court, where Johanna Konta has broken in the opening game of the second set.

  122. Latest scores

    A quick whizz around what is going on elsewhere.

    Kei Nishikori is 6-3 5-5 up on Simone Bolelli of Italy on Court One.

    On court three, Milos Raonic is slowly blasting his way through Diego Gimeno Traver of Spain. He leads 6-2 6-3 1-1.

    Lleyton Hewitt and Jarko Nieminen are grinding harder than a dancefloor pest, it is 2-2 in the fifth set of their marathon court two meeting.

    You can check the live scores over on this page right here.

  123. Post update

    Sharapova 6-2 Konta

    Justine Henin

    Seven-time Grand Slam champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Konta needs to keep doing what she's doing - but she needs to do it better. It's going to be tough from here because Sharapova has been just too good in this first set, and I hope the crowd can give Konta a little bit more support to help her try to change the course of this match."

  124. Game and first set

    Sharapova 6-2 Konta

    Maria Sharapova has just had more in every department in the first set. Not a lot that Johanna Konta can do about that, except keep playing and hope that she hits a purple patch that might ruffle some feathers across the net.

    Konta departs for a comfort break at the changeover. #

    Maria Sharapova
  125. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Tennis doppelgangers

    Gem Dracup: Tommy Haas and Johnny Depp are like long lost twins.

    David Melton: Sam Querry and Jordan Henderson

  126. Post update

    Sharapova 5-2 Konta

    Johanna Konta is still playing catch-up on Maria Sharapova on Centre Court.

    The Russian is just a single break up, but Konta is serving to stay in the set with the scoreboard showing a mountain to climb.

  127. Post update

    Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 0-6 Nieminen

    Lleyton Hewitt just loves a five-setter so much, he cannot wait to get there.

    The grizzled Australian battler, champion at Wimbledon in 2002, chucks the fourth set away to love against Jarko Niemien to get down and dirty in a decider.

  128. Post update

    This just in from the BBC Weather centre. In summary, it's hot.

    "It's 24 degrees this afternoon with the sun shining across SW19 and it will stay that way until the end of the day. Tomorrow will be even warmer at 30 degrees with lots of strong summer sunshine."

  129. Post update

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    On his tip for this year's men's singles champion.

    "I think it is very difficult to look past Djokovic. He has been the dominant force, we were thinking he could be coming here looking for the calendar grand slam and it took that Wawrinka performance to disrupt that.

    "For me Djokovic is the favourite but Murray is a close second."

  130. Post update

    Sharapova 4-1 Konta

    Johanna Konta slips up on her second service game, planting a forehand wide to surrender her serve to love and give Maria Sharapova something to get her teeth into.

    Sharapova poured a big bucket of cold water on British hopes in a similar situation back in 2011, putting away a young Laura Robson in straight sets on Court One.

  131. Post update

    Roger Federer

    This was the scene earlier today as Roger Federer took the underpass to the practice courts, leaving the insatiable mob of autograph hunters behind.

    His Swissness plays Bosnia's Damir Dzumhur tomorrow.

  132. Post update

    Sharapova 2-1 Konta

    Sam Smith

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "It's very difficult for Johanna Konta not to lose her match before she goes on court. It's an ideal time to play a big name but it'll take her a set to get used to being out there.

    "Maria Sharapova will be nervous, she's not competed for a few weeks now due to illness and she'll be nervous despite all she's achieved in the game."

  133. Post update

    Sharapova 1-1 Konta

    Lindsay Davenport

    1999 Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    Johanna Konta's Centre Court debut is underway against former Wimbledon Champion Maria Sharapova.

    "Two impressive games. It is 1-1 but she has started off on the right foot, playing the style of tennis she wants to play. Good signs early from Konta."

  134. Post update

    Klizan 6-4 2-6 3-6 7-6 11-13 Verdasco

    Fernando Verdasco has finally brought the court 14 slog against Martin Klizan to a close, sealing his second round spot just four minutes short of four hours.

  135. Post update

    'The cradle of our sport'

    Novak Djokovic on BBC after his straight set victory over Germany's Phillip Kohlschreiber:

    "Of course it's great to be back. This the cradle of our sport, Centre Court it doesn't get any bigger it is a privilege and honour to open this year's Wimbledon on Centre Court.

    "As defending champion there is this history that is well respected here and considering the match I had a very tough opponent who can be very tricky on all surfaces and especially on the grass.

    "Yes it could (have been tricky). I had got a break early in first and he broke straight back same thing in third. I made the crucial breaks at 5-4 in all three sets hopefully can stay that way."

    On returning to the scene of his 2014 Wimbledon win.

    "Of course only the dearest and best memories. You get butterflies in your stomach coming back to where you have won before."

  136. Post update

    Lleyton Hewitt 6-3 3-6 6-4 Jarkko Nieminen

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "Hewitt has the bit between his teeth. It's two sets to one and you can hear him shouting and yelling. His face is etched in grim determination, he's desperate to secure that second round match against Novak Djokovic."

  137. Post update

    Johanna Konta has been on BBC TV ahead of her match against Maria Sharapova.

    "She is obviously one of the best competitors out there. I am just really looking forward it. I believe in my ability but I am not going to kid myself. I am playing one of the best players in the world. I am just hoping I can do my best on the day."

  138. Post update

    Sharapova 1-0 Konta

    After Novak Djokovic's straight-sets win, next up on Centre Court is British number two Johanna Konta against Maria Sharapova.

    Sharapova was last seen suffering in defeat to Lucie Safarova in the fourth round of Roland Garros and has since been in Los Angeles for a full health MOT.

    In the meantime Konta has been racking up the best form of her life, beating top-20 ranked Ekaterina Makarova and Garbine Muguruza on her way to the last eight of Eastbourne.

    Hostilities have just been opened up on Centre Court with Sharapova holding serve in the first game.

  139. Post update

    Jackie Stewart and Fiona Bruce

    What's so funny? Ex-Formula One champion Jackie Stewart and TV presenter Fiona Bruce seem to be enjoying their afternoon.

  140. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Anne-Marie Batson: Wow Liam Brody. Great game, set and match from the 21yr old. Came back from two set down to WIN! Now, I can breath

    James Pope: A belting start for Liam Broady to win your first ever Grand Slam match having gone two sets to love down. Awesome

  141. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "Novak Djokovic is off and running. Tested at times but it is welcome back top seed."

  142. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    Martina Navratilova

    Nine-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "He's been a little twitchy at times, but when he's needed to, Djokovic has played some great tennis. Like all great players, when he sees the winning line he produces his best."

  143. Post update

    Bencic 0-3 Pironkova

    Eastbourne champion and 30th seed Belinda Bencic has opened up against Tsvetana Pironkova on court 18.

    The Swiss, who has been getting advice from former Wimbledon champion Martina Hingis, has surrendered her serve at the first time of asking.

  144. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "I think Novak's performance was relatively average. He was relieved to get that under his belt. He's had no competition and it showed.

    "You can't win the tournament on the first day but you can lose it and he will be pleased to be into the next round."

  145. Post update

    No need to start work on a new Isner/Mahut style plaque just yet, but they are going long on Court 14.

    Martin Klizan and Fernando Verdasco are at nine games all in the decider with more than three and a half hours on the clock.

  146. Post update

    Raonic 2-0 Gimeno-Traver

    Milos Raonic, a semi-finalist last year, has got the serve popping out on court three.

    The Canadian is taking on Spain's Daniel Gimeno-Traver and has just taken a 2-0 lead in the opener.

  147. Game, set and match

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    And so here we are once again - Kohlschreiber fighting his way to 5-4, and now needing to keep that poise for one more game. Which isn't helped by double-faulting on his opening serve. That's more like it, ace out wide to the forehand side. No, forehand long, 30-30. Djokovic to mid-court, simple backhand to put away, slapped into the net. PK with a slicey backhand wide, and now a forehand into the net - match point for the champ... Forehand, into the tramlines - that's it, Djokovic into the second round to play Jarkko Nieminen or Lleyton Hewitt.

  148. Broady's heroic win

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 Matosevic

    Andy Murray tweet

    A fist-bump, smiley face and thumbs up? Big emoticon love from British tennis' big dog.

  149. Post update

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    On Liam Broady's five-set win over Australian Marinko Matosevic

    "Well done lad, vindication for much hard work over the years. And hopefully we'll do them in the Ashes as well."

  150. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Dawn Williams: What a comeback from Liam Broady! First Grand Slam, came back from 2 sets to love down to win. Excellent!

    Sophie Louisa: What a comeback! Well done Liam Broady!

    Michael John: Superb win for Liam Broady... great beard too!

  151. Ivanovic wins

    Bastian Scweinsteiger

    Signing for Manchester United? Agreeing a new deal with Bayern Munich?

    Bastian Schweinsteiger has had more important things on his mind this summer, schlepping around Europe in support of girlfriend Ana Ivanovic.

    Paris, Eastbourne and now Wimbledon. And it has been a pleasant outing so far, Ivanovic has swatted aside Yi-Fan Xu 6-1 6-1.

  152. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 Matosevic

    John Lloyd

    Former British number one on BBC Two

    "It's quite extraordinary. Two sets to love down and to come down and win in five. Remarkable performance! Deserves every single applause he is getting. Fantastic. What a performance!

    "Broady is used to playing in front of two hundred people at best and comes down and does this at Wimbledon. Lot of hard work has gone in there."

  153. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 6-4 4-4 Kohlschreiber

    Uh-oh - PK long with a forehand, and at 15-30 the alarm bells start to sound. Ace out wide to the backhand side, let down with a backhand as feeble as the serve was mighty for break point. Backhand long from Djokovic, and he's not happy with something here - the call? His shot? Nice capitalising from Kohlschreiber, dinky drop-shot, off the hook.

  154. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 Matosevic

    Pat Cash

    1987 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Broady's made some money there, at least £47,000 for winning his match, and that will keep him going for another few months. Players like Djokovic who earn millions of dollars each year don't need an extra £10,000 here or there, but to players like Liam it can make all the difference."

  155. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 4-3 Kohlschreiber *

    27 minutes in to this third set, on serve, and Djokovic looking to accelerate away as the heat builds.

  156. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 Matosevic

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent at Wimbledon

    "Grand Slam debut and a Grand Slam win for Broady - what a perfect start. He was given a wildcard and he's made the most of it. The confidence he'll get from this result will be enormous."

  157. Post update

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "That's a great effort from Phillip Kohlschreiber. He maintained his concentration, Djokovic did not, and now we're back on serve."

  158. Post update

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "Not the game you would expect from the world number one when he is up two sets and just broken in the third."

  159. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 6-4 3-3 Kohlschreiber

    Well played Philipp K, profiting from two undercooked Novak forehands to level us up. Punters celebrate the extension of this contest by smearing on another layer of sun-cream to pinking noses and brows.

  160. Game, set and match

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 Matosevic

    Marinko Matosevic pumps his forehand volley long and Liam Broady sets off hop-scotching around court 18 in glee.

    His record coming into Wimbledon did not suggest he had an upset in him - he lost in the first round of the Manchester Challenger, the Surbiton Challenger and the Ilkley Challenger. That is some challenging form.

    But he is the first British man through to the second round.

  161. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 5-3 Matosevic

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "Can you believe it! Liam Broady probably can't.

    "The British wildcard is one game away from fighting back to beat Australia's Marinko Matosevic in five sets as the match passes the three hour mark.

    "The left handed fist pump reappears as Broady takes the acclaim of the jubilant home fans. The decibel meter has now been broken - surely."

    Liam Broady
  162. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 5-3 Matosevic

    John Lloyd

    Former British number one on BBC Two

    "Liam Broady hasn't played a five-set match in a Grand Slam tournament. This match is uncharted territory for him. He needs to be careful on serve."

    "That's what you want in a player. Broady has shown real guts to come back from two sets to love down. He has clawed his way back into the match, kept his belief going. All credit to him for this impressive performance."

    "Broady shouldn't think too far ahead. He has never been in this position before."

  163. Post update

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "To come back from two sets down in this one would surely be Kohlschreiber's greatest victory."

  164. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 3-2 Kohlschreiber *

    Sloppy from the world number one - casual double-fault to offer up three break points. He saves one with a fizzing forehand cross-court, but another on the stretch buries its nose in the net. Back level on serve in this third set, and the crowd are delighted.

  165. Post update

    Next up on Court One is Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori. He has reached the quarter-finals of the Australian and French Open after finishing up as runner-up at last year's US Open.

    Some serious Grand Slam pedigree being built up there. He is up against Simone Bolelli of Italy.

    Lleyton Hewitt has lost the second set against Jarko Nieminen by the way, they are one set all and on serve in the early stages of the third.

  166. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 6-4 3-1 Kohlschreiber

    Mmm, delicious backhand drop-shot from Djokovic to set up break point, and although Kohlers thinks he's saved it, Djokovic will challenge - convinced the ball drifted beyond the baseline, and Hawk Eye agrees wholeheartedly. Is that the match?

  167. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 2-1 Kohlschreiber *

    Kohlschreiber has twice come back from two sets down to win in his career, although if this becomes the third it will put those other two occasions somewhat in the shade.

  168. Post update

    Lindsay Davenport

    1999 Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "Serena Williams wants to go down as the best ever. She's now won 20 grand slams, and is going for the 'Serena slam'. But in her mind, the calendar year slam is most important to her."

    Serena Williams
  169. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 6-4 1-1 Kohlschreiber

    Novak Djokovic

    Dismissive forehand slap down the line from Djokovic off a second serve that sits up and politely asks for it. Quick feet from Novak to chase down a net cord and flick wristily back, only for Philipp to scamper to his left and dink a winner back.

  170. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 6-4 1-0 Kohlschreiber *

    Balmy out there, the first dark stains in the court's boondocks where the players' sliding shoes are starting to make their mark. Is there anything Kohlschreiber can do to turn this one-way train around?

  171. Post update

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    Novak Djokovic is two sets to the good in his first competitive match on grass this season, having opting not to play a grass court event in the run up to Wimbledon.

    "I think there is an element of risk but it is quite small. With the grass courts so true and the ball bouncing higher when you have got 41 match wins under your belt you are going to feel good about your chances."

  172. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 2-3 Matosevic

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "If you didn't know already - we have a cracker on our hands on court 18.

    "Marinko Matosevic, ranked 43 places higher than Britain's wildcard Liam Broady, breaks at the first attempt in the decisive set before handing that advantage straight back.

    "The crowd on the roof terrace has become a little busier all of a sudden, with BBC presenter Clare Balding now among the interested spectators.

    "And the paying punters are desperate to snatch a glimpse too - they are about five deep as they try to see if Broady can clinch a remarkable comeback."

  173. Game, set and match

    Williams 6-4 6-1 Gasparyan

    Serena

    Serena Willliams slaps a smash hard into Court One surface and into the cheap seats to finally see off the challenge of the game Margarita Gasparyan.

    It was the sort of fitful performance though that will have the rest of the draw wondering if they can take the biggest scalp in the women's game.

    Timea Babos, the Hungarian world number 93, is next in line for Serena.

  174. Game and second set

    * Djokovic 6-4 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    Point du jour, both players hitting flat out in a fizzing exchange before Djokovic casually biffs a dipping backhand down the line. Kohlschreiber throwing fear to the wind, crashing in raking forehands and getting his reward as Novak is left stranded on the baseline. No, feeble backhand into the net, and here comes a set point - lovely turning of the cruel vice from Djokovic, opening the space, whipping a forehand away for a dreamy winner. An hour and 20 on the board, the reigning champ on his way once again.

  175. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 1-2 Matosevic

    You know that bit in Goldfinger, when you think that Sean Connery, having successfully defended Fort Knox's bullion, can finally kick back and put his feet up, only to discover that Goldfinger has only gone and hijacked his plane?

    Well, Marinko Matosevic is playing a similar spoiling role over on court 18, breaking for a 2-0 lead in the deciding set. But there comes Liam Broady, snapping straight back to get it back on serve.

    Roller coaster this one...

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  177. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 5-4 Kohlschreiber *

    Boris Becker in the players' box, with hair both swept back off his forehead and tousled by a mid-afternoon zephyr, with the look of a slightly sunburned Emperor penguin. Hold from his charge Djoko, and we have a repeat in this second set of the first set denouement: the German needing to hold both nerve and serve.

    Boris Becker
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  179. Post update

    Williams 6-4 4-1 Gasparyan

    Serena Williams saves three break points in the fifth game to keep herself a break to the good in the second set against Russian qualifier Margarita Gasparyan.

    The American top seed is having to be nursed through this match though. Her coach Patrick Mouratoglou and camp are all up on their feet to congratulate their charge and reassure her that she is still doing the business,

  180. Post update

    Djokovic v Kohlschreiber

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "Djokovic has lost to only three players in the first six months of 2015. There had been talk of him being able to win all four Grand Slams this year, but that evaporated in Paris of course. He looks fully reset now, however."

  181. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 4-4 Kohlschreiber

    Twinkle toes from Kohlschreiber on the baseline to readjust his body and laser a backhand down the line, and even Djokovic applauds that one. Court open for Novak at 30-30, but he snatches at it and finds only the net. Grimace, dab of forehand with sweatband.

  182. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 Matosevic

    Miles Maclagan

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

    "What a remarkable set and what a remarkable effort from Liam Broady. He has played a lot of good tennis. Broady takes a sip of his drink while Marinko Matosevic sits with his head buried in his towel. I am not going to begin to imagine what thoughts are going on under that.

    "This is very exciting. Matosevic completely looks out of things, the body language looks poor."

  183. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 Matosevic

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "That double break that Liam Broady squandered? He's only gone and nabbed it!

    "And that means the fourth set done and dusted, in Broady's favour, as the match time ticks past two and a half hours.

    "The world number 181 from Stockport holds to take this thriller into a deciding set.

    "Those packed inside an ecstatic court 18 had better have brought some suncream..."

  184. Game and fourth set

    And we are into a decider!

    All British eyes swivel to court 18 as Liam Broady serves out for the fourth set against Australian Marinko Matosevic.

  185. Post update

    Djokovic v Kohlschreiber

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "This tough draw for Kohlschreiber follows a run of really difficult opening round matches for the German in recent tournaments. In fact, I think he might want to go and see the next draw take place for himself, just to make sure."

    Phillip Kohlschreiber
  186. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 4-3 Kohlschreiber *

    Eighth ace of the match thus far from Djokovic, and then a ninth. Kohlschreiber being forced to gamble more now on making smaller margins, and an ambitious forehand eats net to send him back to his chair with a slump to the shoulders.

  187. Latest scores

    Aussie fans

    There were 11 Australian men in the men's singles draw this year, that is the most since 2000.

    It is not going too well for one of them though.

    Thanasi Kokkinakis has been on the rough end of two tie-breaks and trails 24th seed Leonardo Mayer of Argentina 6-7 6-7 1-2.

    Over on court two, the godfather figure to these young Aussie bucks, Lleyton Hewitt, has won the opening set against Jarkko Niemimen and leads 6-3 1-1.

  188. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 3-3 Kohlschreiber

    Trouble now for Kohlers, teetering at deuce after a hurried backhand floats long. That's more like it - big first serve to go to advantage, ripping backhand onto the baseline as he opens up his body and times it away beautifully.

  189. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 3-2 Kohlschreiber *

    Djokovic with white sweatbands on both wrists, mid-calf socks and a steely look. Warm out there now, if not the 36 C forecast for later in the week, and the bookmakers' favourite keen to kick through this and get back in the cool of the locker-room as soon as he can.

  190. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 2-2 Kohlschreiber

    Kohlschreiber warmed up for Wimbledon in mixed fashion, reaching the quarter-finals at Stuttgart but losing in the first round at Halle, albeit to that town's unofficial monarch, Roger Federer. He's alive again in this set, that poetic single-handed backhand tickling the scoreboard as well as pleasing the purists.

  191. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 2-1 Kohlschreiber *

    Kohlschreiber has never before beaten an opponent ranked number one in the world, not in seven attempts. Djoko finding his groove out there now too, and he holds again with ease.

  192. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 3-1 Matosevic

    Liam Broady is on a roll on court 18.

    He is a break up on Marinko Matosevic in the fourth, continuing the long slog back after losing the first two sets.

    You can watch that along with 14 other video streams via the live coverage tab on this page.

  193. Post update

    * Djokovic 6-4 1-1 Kohlschreiber

    Level pegs from Philipp as a woman courtside carefully unwraps what looks like a ham and cheese sandwich and attempts to bite only between points.

  194. Post update

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    Djokovic

    "It's going to take a performance along the lines of Wawrinka in the French Open final to topple Djokovic here this year. There are some exciting names out there in the draw but I'd be very surprised if the winner came from outside the trio of Djokovic, Andy Murray and Roger Federer."

  195. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 1-0 Kohlschreiber

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "The last time Novak Djokovic lost to someone ranked as lowly as Kohlschreiber at 33 was back in 2010, when he went down to Michael Llodra."

  196. Game and first set

    Williams 6-4 Gasparyan

    Serena Williams

    Serena Williams has been basting in the Court One sun for 47 minutes and she has just quelled Maragarita Gasparyan's uprising in the first set.

    After being broken in the match's very first game and narrowly avoiding falling a double-break back, she takes the opening set with a break of serve of her own.

  197. Post update

    Djokovic 6-4 Kohlschreiber 1-0 *

    Edberg

    Stefan Edberg and his old coach Tony Pickard in the Royal Box, and quite rightly so. Rapid hold from Novak, perhaps starting to relax a little after that strangely out of sorts opener.

  198. Post update

    Broady 5-7 4-6 6-3 2-1 Matosevic

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    "The things you see from a high vantage point. One of Liam Broady's returns bounces over the green banner and out of court 18 - and lands straight into the hands of a young man walking into the Broadcast Centre.

    "He takes a quick look around, picks the ball up, threatens to throw it back...and then pockets it.

    "What a souvenir. We'd have all done the same..."

  199. Post update

    Williams 5-4 Gasparyan

    Serena Williams has wrestled this awkward little opener back her way.

    She has bitten back to reclaim the break against Margarita Gasparyan in the first set. Her Russian opponent is serving to stay in it.

  200. Post update

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Federer and fans

    "What is it like to have approximately 300 requests for your autograph in less than 10 seconds? Don't ask me, ask Wimbledon legend Roger Federer, who has just left the practice courts after doing his best to please the throng of fans who were desperate for a signature or selfie - or preferably both - with the seven-time champion. Hopefully I didn't photo-bomb too many of those shots."

  201. Post update

    Djokovic v Kohlschreiber

    Andrew Castle

    BBC tennis commentator

    "Djokovic has by no means brought his A game with him so far, and nor would you expect him to at this stage of the tournament but he's still been good enough to take that first set and now I think you'll see him relax into the contest."

  202. Game and first set

    * Djokovic 6-4 Kohlschreiber

    You may remember that Rufus the hawk was stolen a few years ago, before being found alive and angry a few days later. Always like to imagine that a student woke up somewhere with a raging hangover and a bad feeling, opened his eyes hoping to see a traffic cone and instead saw Rufus perched on the end of his bed, eyes out on stalk and talons raised. Kohlschreiber suddenly wobbling in the critical game - double-fault, then another, set points handed out on a silver salver, backhand... into the net. Djokovic has stumbled to the the first set, and it hasn't been pretty.

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    Tom Dodd: My mum thinks Steven Gerrard and Juan Martin del Potro could be mistaken for one another. Anyone agree?

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  204. Post update

    Djokovic 5-4 Kohlschreiber *