- Sabine Lisicki too strong for Italian veteran
Sabine Lisicki, who reached the quarter-finals and semi-finals in the past two years at Wimbledon, beat Italy’s effervescent veteran Francesca Schiavone in straight sets
- Young gun Caroline Garcia earns Serena showdown
19-year-old Caroline Garcia created a minor upset by beating 2008 Wimbledon semi-finalist and former world No.15 Zheng Jie of China. Her reward is a second round match with holder Serena Williams
- Robson, Rowling and Roger: the best of Day Two
There was no Rafael Nadal-lost-and-the-world-is-ending shocker on Tuesday at Wimbledon, but there was plenty of sensational tennis on Day Two of The Championships 2013.
- Lightning strikes twice for Simon as Lopez wins again
Feliciano Lopez claimed the scalp of Gilles Simon for the second time in three days with a 6-2, 6-4, 7-6(11) victory over the No.19 seed in the late afternoon sunshine
- Back on familiar turf, Radwanska rolls into round two
Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, runner up at Wimbledon for the first time last year, started this year's Championships in style as she defeated Yvonne Meusburger of Austria
- Milos Raonic makes his mark in more ways than one
Big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic makes short work of Argentina's Carlos Belocq, making an impression on the ball boys and girls too.
- Grigor Dimitrov attempts to live up to his nickname
Dimitrov, known as “Baby Fed” for his stylish play and huge on-court talent, held true to form against Italy’s Simone Bolelli, winning 6-1, 6-4, 6-3.
- Germany's Angelique Kerber works hard for win
When the Wimbledon women’s draw was revealed on Friday, a match catching the eye of many tennis enthusiasts was that between No.7 seed Kerber and dangerous American Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
- David Ferrer has injury scare but pulls through
David Ferrer was pushed hard on his way to victory over Argentina's Martin Alund on Centre Court. The No.4 seed won 6-1, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2.
- 2010 runner-up Tomas Berdych through in straight sets
After losing in the opening round of Roland Garros, Berdych changed his plans and headed straight for London.His decision paid off with a straight sets win over Slovakia's Martin Klizan.
- Maria Sharapova takes on Jonathan Ross at table tennis
It's no secret that Maria Sharapova is a dab hand with a bat and ball. The 2004 Wimbledon champion has excellent hand-eye coordination and plenty of power to go with it.
- Jeremy Chardy benefits from some Williams know-how
Coach Patrick Mouratoglou dashed from watching Serena Williams win to see compatriot Jeremy Chardy beat Ryan Harrison in four sets.
- Dizzy Tomic leaves Querrey spinning
But for the tournament doctor, Bernard Tomic might well have been on his way home by now but, instead, he is into the second round and facing James Blake.
- Novak Djokovic looks the part with straight-sets win
No.1 seed Novak Djokovic made a solid start to his campaign with a straight-sets victory over Germany's Florian Mayer. The Serb won 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 on Centre Court.
- Laura Robson claims another scalp with Kirilenko upset
Britain's Laura Robson reached the second round of The Championships when she beat the Russian 10th seed Maria Kirilenko 6-3, 6-4.
- Clinical win for Kei Nishikori
Despite just one match on grass this year, which he lost, Nishikori was on impressive form as he swept aside Australian Matt Ebden, 6-2, 6-4, 6-3.
- Five minutes with: Aljaz Bedene
Slovenian Aljaz Bedene enjoyed his first taste of The Championships main draw as he contested Argentine Leonardo Mayer in a First Round match.
- Dark horse Del Potro powers into second round
Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro set out his stall for The Championships against Spain's Albert Ramos with a first round win 6-2, 7-5, 6-1.
- James Blake at home on grass in swift victory
James Blake shows glimpses of past glories in beating Dutchman Thiemo De Bakker in straight sets.
- Serena Williams juggernaut too much for Mandy Minella
Holder Serena Williams cruised into the second round of The Championships with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Luxembourg's Mandy Minella.
- Li Na wins the battle of the wounded knees
China’s Li Na cruised into the second round of the Ladies’ Singles by defeating Michaella Krajicek in a match that was more closely contested than the 6-1, 6-1 scoreline showed.
- Samantha Stosur eases past Schmiedlova
The No.14 seed and 2011 US Open champion Samantha Stosur eased into the second round, cantering to victory over lucky loser Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 6-1, 6 on No.3 Court.
- Britain's Heather Watson falls to Keys' power
Britain's Heather Watson was beaten in straight sets by the hugely promising American teenager, Madison Keys, in the opening match of Day Two on No.2 Court. Keys won 6-3, 7-5.
- What the papers say
American writer finds echoes of a famous Boris Becker Wimbledon loss in Rafael Nadal's interview after his shock defeat by Steve Darcis.
- Five to follow on Day Two
There are a whopping 74 matches scheduled on 18 courts for the second day of the tournament as first-round action wraps up. But what should you keep your eye on?
- THE QUEUE: Latest status
Currently there are more people in The Wimbledon Queue than the allocation of Centre and No. 1 Court tickets for tomorrow.
- The Second Day: 2013 Daily Preview
After what happened to Rafael Nadal yesterday it would be a brave man who made any kind of prediction in these Championships.
- Get your share of Ralph Lauren style at The Championships
The umpires are wearing it, and you can too – all available at the Official Wimbledon Online Shop.
- Wimbledon top 10: Fighting comebacks
In today's top 10, Wimbledon.com looks at some of the greatest comebacks in The Championships' history.