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By Saj Chowdhury, Becky Grey and Mike Henson

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  1. Which seeds have gone out so far?

    Men's singles

    5. Dominic Thiem (Austria), 6. Alexander Zverev (Germany), 7. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece), 16. Gael Monfils (France), 29. Denis Shapovalov (Canada), 32. Dusan Lajovic (Serbia).

    Women's singles

    2. Naomi Osaka (Japan), 10. Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus), 16. Marketa Vondrousova (Czech Republic), 22. Donna Vekic (Croatia), 23. Caroline Garcia (France), 26. Garbine Muguruza (Spain), 29. Daria Kasatkina (Russia), 32. Lesia Tsurenko (Ukraine).

    Naomi Osaka
  2. 'Good performances from the Brits'

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV at Wimbledon

    Jay Clarke

    There's been some good performances from the Brits.

    Dan Evans won well and Jay Clarke came through to set up a match with Roger Federer. So they did well because it's difficult playing as a qualifier.

  3. Get Involved - dream doubles pairings

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    Martina Navratoilova

    Baby boomer: Martina Navratilova with Martina Hingis would have been the greatest ladies doubles of all time. Martina the younger was the cleverest doubles player I have ever seen, especially her net play and Martina the elder had everything.

    David Tanser: John McEnroe and Sue Barker.

  4. BBC One - USA Two

    BBC One

    Tracey Austin

    Coverage has started on BBC One. And Tracey Austin has taken it easy with the gloating in the wake of the United States win over England in the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup.

    Watch at the top of this page...

  5. Short, not so sweet

    Bernard Tomic

    Bernard Tomic racked up the sort of record that you wouldn't want on your resume yesterday.

    The world number 76 lost his first round match against Jo Wilfried Tsonga 2-6 1-6 4-6 in just 58 minutes - the shortest men's singles match at Wimbledon since 2004.

    And his post-match press conference was similarly abrupt.

    “Do you wish you had more consistency?” he was asked.

    “Not really.” he replied.

  6. Get Involved - dream doubles pairings

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    Nick Kyrgios and Dustin Brown

    Philip West: For sheer entertainment value, you’d have to have a partnership of Dustin Brown and Nick Kyrgios. That would be pretty spectacular!

  7. The roof, the roof, the roof is on

    Alison Riske

    There was a moment of Wimbledon history late on the second day as the new roof on Court One got its first use.

    The upgrades to the second show court at the All England Club were finished over the winter and its newest facility was needed to allow Donna Vekic and Alison Riske to finish their first-round match.

    Bad light descended over SW19 at around 21:10 BST, with the match tied at 5-5 in the deciding set.

    A healthy crowd remained in the stadium and were forced into hand clapping and ironic cheers as the roof stopped moving on several occasions.

    However, play resumed at 21:25 BST, allowing the conclusion of the match under the lights, with Riske claiming the win against the 22nd seed.

  8. Get involved - dream doubles pairings

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    Andy Murray brings the hustle and scurry, Serena Williams brings the thunder and the fury.

    But who would you have liked to see hook up on the doubles court.

    Richard Gasquet and Agnieszka Radwanska bringing the courtcraft and style?

    Naomi Osaka and Kei Nishikori repping Japan perhaps?

    Hit us up on #bbctennis and 81111 on text with your suggestions.

  9. What happened yesterday?

    Video content

    Video caption: Best five shots as Konta beats Bogdan
  10. Svitolina 'pain free' after knee problems

    Svitolina v Gasparyan

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Ukrainian eighth seed Elina Svitolina will be heading out onto court three soon for her second-round match against Russian Margarita Gasparyan - aiming to gain revenge for her defeat against the same opponent in Birmingham last month.

    The former world number one has struggled with a knee injury for the past few months, but insists she is fit and ready as she looks to make an impact at Wimbledon, having only progressed past the second round once.

    "It hasn't been easy for the past months because of my injury but it is getting better and I feel much better," she told BBC Sport at the annual WTA Summer Party in Knightsbridge.

    Elina Svitolina

    "At the moment I'm pain free so it allows me to train better and harder so that is a good sign."

    Did you consider skipping the grass-court season to fully recover? "There were a few thoughts about it, but not many. This is Wimbledon and you always want to play here!"

  11. Andy will be worth the wait

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    How long would you queue to watch Andy Murray?

    Well, Suzanne Pyefinch has been camping on Wimbledon Park since Saturday evening and is now third in the queue for tickets for tomorrow.

    “We have done this every year for the past 34 years,” she says.

    “We’re here supporting Andy Murray, we’re delighted he’s playing the doubles and even more delighted he’s playing mixed with Serena. It’s fantastic, amazing!”

    Wimbledon fan

    Andy Murray gets his doubles campaign underway tomorrow when he and Pierre-Hugues Herbert take on Marius Copil and Ugo Humbert in the first round of the men's doubles.

  12. Watch what you want


    Stan Wawrinka against Reilly Opelka on Court Two. Elina Svitolina against Margarita Gasparyan on Court Three. Victoria Azarena against Ajla Tomljanovic on Court 12.

    All of those get going at 11:00 BST and all of them will be available in glorious HD on our live streams page.

  13. Order of play

    The full order of play is right here for your delectation.

    But here is a little run-down on how the main stages look...

    Centre Court
    Court One
    Court Two
  14. Evening Coco

    Coco Gauff

    Elsewhere American teenage sensation Cori 'Coco' Gauff is back in the spotlight after her day-one win over five-time champ Venus Williams.

    The 15-year-old plays Slovakia's Magdalena Rybarikova - who reached the semi-finals at the All England Club just two years ago.

    Their match is last on Court Two.

  15. King Kyle?

    Kyle Edmund

    This year, another British number one - Kyle Edmund - is up against the same opponent.

    Fernando Verdasco is not the force he once was. Thirty-five years on the clock, now 37th in the world, but his southpaw forehand punching can dent the defences of the best.

    Can Edmund, who had won only three of his last 10 Tour matches before the start of Wimbledon, negotiate his way past the wily old-timer?

  16. History repeating

    Andy Murray

    Six years ago today, the British number one played Fernando Verdasco on Centre Court.

    The Spaniard won the first two sets and Andy Murray, after defeat by Roger Federer in the previous year's final, seemed doomed to another heart-breaker defeat.

    But then he rallied...

    A seismic 4-6 3-6 6-1 6-4 7-5 victory was as close a shave as Murray was to endure on his way to his debut title.

    Sir Alex Ferguson and Nemanja Vidic