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Wimbledon.com'sthoughts on the hits and misses on the second day of the Aegon Championships at The Queen's Club, London...
Sam Querrey. The sixth seed and former champion saved a match point to beat Slovenian Aljaz Bedene and advance to the second round, 7-6(11), 5-7, 7-6(5).
Juan Martin Del Potro. The third seed was tested in the closing stages of the day, winning a tense encounter 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-5 to defeat the experienced Xavier Malisse. The Olympic bronze medallist looked mightily relieved to be back to winning ways.
Benjamin Becker beat Bernard Tomic, 6-4, 6-7(4), 7-6(4). The Australian is a former Wimbledon semi-finalist and so is generally expected to do well on grass. But he was edged out by Becker's dogged play.
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Lukas Rosol. Rafael Nadal's conqueror at Wimbledon last year came through a tricky encounter against big-serving qualifier Sam Groth 6-7(7), 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the second round.
Kyle Edmund. The junior French Open doubles champion was far from disgraced in his first ATP singles match, going down 4-6, 6-7(4) to Grega Zemlja. "I was going on there, everything to gain and nothing to lose," Edmund said.
There were also wins for Feliciano Lopez, Julien Benneteau, Jarkko Nieminen, Michael Llodra, Denis Istomin, Kenny De Schepper, Nicolas Mahut.
Watching the weather The rain came down in dribs and drabs on Tuesday, forcing the tournament organisers to enforce an early start on Wednesday. There was a delightful selection of umbrellas on show, however.
20:08It brings me no pleasure but it's time to bring the curtain down for another year. Seemed somehow appropriate to leave the last word to Roger Federer. Thanks a billion for reading. What a fortnight, what a final, fast forward to 2015 please...
20:03"I already have seven. It's not like I need another one. But it would have been awfully nice to have it. I think that's what the feeling was of the people, and I felt that... I know they love tennis. They love tennis after we're all gone."