Wimbledon Day Two

Highlights from the second day of Wimbledon tennis championships (all times GMT).

Wimbledon Day Two

1900 SERENA WILLIAMS IS INJURED

Serena Williams's latest attempt to win a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title was ended by tears when she was injured in her match with Aliaksandra Snovich. The score was 3-3 in the initial set.

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Wimbledon order of play Tuesday

1854 MEDVEDEV PASSES STRUFF TESTS

Daniil Medvedev was second after he won his first tour-level grasscourt last week in Mallorca. He had to endure a difficult test from Jan-Lennard Struff, before beating the German 6-4 6-1 4-7 7-6(3).

French Open champion Barbora Krajcikova was able to defeat Denmark's Clara Tauson, 6-3, 6-2. Coco Gauff, 20th seed, defeated Francesca Jones, 7-5, 6-4.

1755 FEDERER SUFFIES BIG SCARE AGAINST AAILING MANNARINO

Roger Federer, eight-time champion, lost two sets to Adrian Mannarino in mid-match, but booked his spot in the second round, after the Frenchman was injured from a fall on the court. Mannarino ended the match at 6-4, 6-7(3), 3-6, 6-2.

1605 KERBER STAVES AT STOJANOVIC HALLENGE

Angelique Kerber, a former champion, started slowly but she drew from her vast experience and beat Nina Stojanovic, Wimbledon debutant, 6-4 6-3 on Court One.

1515 MATCHES CANCELLED DURING RAIN

Rain caused a number of matches to be cancelled on the outside courts. Seeded players like Victoria Azarenka and Felix Auger-Aliassime, Bianca Andreescu, Pablo Carreno Busta, and Victoria Azarenka had to wait until their Wimbledon campaigns could begin.

Two matches remain under the roof: Roger Federer v Adrian Mannarino, Centre Court; Angelique Kerber and Nina Stojanovic, Court One.

1436 TOP SEED BARTY REPORTS SUAREZ NAVARRO OVERCOMES

Ash Barty, the world number one, defeated Carla Suarez Navarro 6-1 6-7(1) on Centre Court to win and move to the second round.

After beating cancer, Suarez Navarro returned to competitive tennis at French Open. She will now retire. As she left the court, the 32-year old received a standing ovation.

1412 ZVEREV DOES A SHORT WORK IN GRIEKSPOOR

Alexander Zverev, fourth seed from Germany, won 35 matches and had 20 aces. He was able to beat Tallon Griekspoor, a Dutch qualifier, 6-3 6-4 6-1. This took just 89 minutes.

1340 PLAY SUSPENDED IN OUTSIDE COURTS

American Sebastian Korda beat Eastbourne champion Alex De Minaur, 6-3,6-4,6-7(5) 7-6(5). Rain then stopped play on all outside courts.

1252 VENUS WILLIAMS CALLS PAST BUZARNESCU

Venus Williams, five-times champion, beat Mihaela Buzarnescu 7-5 6 6-3 to win her first Wimbledon singles victory since 2018.

Vera Zvonareva, former world number 2 and 2010 finalist, also advanced with her first Wimbledon main draw win since 2014. She defeated Marie Bouzkova 7-5 6-1. Next, she faces Iga Swaiatek.

1230 EVANS THRU TO THE SECOND ROUND

Briton Dan Evans ended a four-match losing streak in Grand Slam by defeating Feliciano Lopez 7-6(4) 7-2 7-5. Now, he is focusing on the Euro 2020 soccer match between England & Germany.

When asked how he would spend his afternoon, he replied: "Hopefully watching England win."

In a match that was carried over from Monday, Fabio Fognini, 26th seed, beat Albert Ramos Vinolas 7-6(4) 6-2 6-4

1130 PLISKOVA RESULTIVE ZIDANSEK, JABEUR THRU

Karolina Pliskova, former world number one, began her quest to win a maiden Grand Slam title by defeating Tamara Zidansek from Slovenia 7-5 6-4.

Ons Jabeur, the Czech eighth seed, joined Rebecca Peterson in round two 6-2 6-1.

Maria Sakkari of Greece, who was back in action after her French Open semi-final loss, defeated Aranxta Rus from the Netherlands 6-1 6-1 within 49 minutes.

1106 PLAY GETS UNDERWAY

After Monday's delay in the start of the grasscourt Grand Slam, play on the second day began promptly. Some matches were also cancelled because of rain.

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