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By Saj Chowdhury and Chris Bevan

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  1. Until tomorrow

    Eight Brits are in action on the second day of Wimbledon.

    Today at Wimbledon starts at 20:30 BST on BBC Two.

    We will be back at 10:00 BST.

    Thanks for reading.

  2. Five of the best video clips of day one

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    Video caption: Watch Watson's bizarre 'table tennis' serve

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    Video caption: Best shots as Heather Watson beats Caty McNally

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    Video caption: 'That's brilliant' - Halep takes match point

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    Video caption: Yulia Putintseva seals win against world number two Naomi Osaka

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    Video caption: 15-year-old Cori Gauff shocks Venus Williams on Wimbledon debut
  3. Tuesday's order of play...

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    Video caption: Edible spaghetti hair? Sandpaper toilet roll? Wimbledon stars answer random questions
  5. A-Rod on the block

    Alex Rodriguez (right)

    One of the great baseball players, who hit 600 home runs, was at SW19 today.

    Alex Rodriguez, aka Mr. Jennifer Lopez, has been in the Royal Box today.

    He took time out to speak to BBC Sport.

    "This is my first time and it’s so exciting to be here," said the 43-year-old.

    "I’ve ticked off something from my bucket list – I ticked off the Masters too earlier this year and watched Tiger Woods win.

    He is here without singer J-Lo, and added: "She has major FOMO and wishes she was here."

  6. 'A dream debut'

    Sam Smith

    Former British number one on BBC TV at Eastbourne

    It's a dream debut for the 15-year-old.

    A couple of weeks ago she was at home in Florida, last week she was playing in the qualifying. It looks to be awfully special.

  7. ICYMI: Watch the moment Gauff, 15, beat five-time winner Williams

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    Video caption: 15-year-old Cori Gauff shocks Venus Williams on Wimbledon debut
  8. Around the grounds

    Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark speaks with Sara Sorribes Tormo at the net after she was forced to pull out through injury

    Danish 14th seed Caroline Wozniacki was 5-4 up against Sara Sorribes in the opening set before the Spaniard retired.

    Ugo Humbert also went through by virtue of his opponent pulling out, with fellow Frenchman Gael Monfils, the 16th seed, retiring with the score at 6-7 (6-8) 3-6 6-4 7-5 3-0.

    Compatriot Corentin Moutet was two sets down but fought back to see off Bulgarian former world number three Grigor Dimitrov 2-6 3-6 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 6-1.

    Elsewhere, two-time Grand Slam winner Victoria Azarenka leads France's Alize Cornet 6-4 4-3, while China's Zhang Shuai has just taken the opening set 6-4 against Caroline Garcia.

  9. Edmund in no rush to leave Centre Court

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    Kyle Edmund is taking his time as he makes his way off Centre Court, signing about about 1,000 autographs and posing for around the same number of selfies.

    His next opponent, 35-year-old Fernando Versdasco, is playing the men's singles at Wimbledon for the 16th time, but has gone out in the first round on four of his last five visits. In fact he has only gone past the fourth round here once, when he reached the quarter-finals in 2013.

    Kyle Edmund smiles as he thanks the fans on Centre Court
  10. 'Djokovic could await Edmund'

    Edmund 6-4 6-4 6-4 Munar

    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator at Wimbledon

    Tempting to look ahead at the draw for Kyle Edmund, as we have just done.

    In this section, Seventh seed Stefano Tsitsipas is out.

    Novak Djokovic could await Edmund in the quarter-final.

    The players, of course, will only be taking this one match at a time.

  11. Game, set and match Edmund

    Edmund 6-4 6-4 6-4 Munar

    After two hours and 14 minutes, Kyle Edmund has this one in the bag. A big serve seals it, and a fist pump confirms what it means. The British number one will play Spain's Fernando Verdasco in round two.

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    Video caption: Edmund finally seals the match with a big serve
  12. 'A star is born'

    Williams 4-6 4-6 Gauff

    Marion Bartoli

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    Fans applaud Cori Gauff off the court

    What a moment, an incredible story and everyone on Court One is on the their feet. It's an incredible moment that she will remember forever. A star is born.

    You can see what it means to her. Venus was her idol growing up, she probably copied a lot of her game on what Venus and Serena were doing.

    She will be a star in the future, there is no doubt about that. It's just incredible for her to beat Venus at Wimbledon, the most prestigious tournament in the world.

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    Adam Thoms: Cori Gauff............WOW!!

    Joseph Walliker: Cory Gauff, take a bow. What a performance!

    Michael Scarn: Is everyone forgetting that Venus Williams is nearly 40, hasn't won a grand slam in 11 years, and hasn't been anywhere near her best since illnesses and injuries? I think we're getting a bit over-excited.

    Tom Baker: When I was 15 I was throwing strops because I lost on Fifa...15 year old Cori Gauff is knocking out Venus Williams in the 1st round of Wimbledon ....Amazing!

  14. 'That is some scalp at 15'

    Williams 4-6 4-6 Gauff

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent at Wimbledon

    Another extraordinary performance -15 years of age and with the state of mind to beat Venus Williams on the famous number one court at Wimbledon. That is some scalp at the age of 15.

    Cori Gauff shakes the hand of Venus Williams at the net
  15. Get Involved - Cori Gauff stuns Venus Williams

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    Nicola: 15.... 15?! What were you doing when you were 15? I was still hitting a tennis ball against my garage wall whist procrastinating my revision A star born? Perhaps.

    David Osei: Some legends never live to see their legacy realised. Venus just witnessed hers first hand. As disappointed as she might feel, she should mostly feel proud.

    Monty Moncrieff: Wow, changing of the guard at #Wimbledonfalse What a magnificent win for Cori Gauff, qualifying, and beating Venus Williams at just 15. What hope she offers for the future, but it's so sad to see Venus leave so early.

    David Jones: Wow. Just wow. I was going to say what a great future @CocoGauff has, but the present is looking pretty awesome too. Love this sport. Love this tournament.

  16. Cut out and keep

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  17. 'She will have a lot of attention'

    Williams 4-6 4-6 Gauff

    Marion Bartoli

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    It's all about dealing with the pressure and expectation, Cori Gauff has been more in the shade but that will put her in the front row for many months. She will have a lot more media attention, it's important for her to get a good support team around her.

    There are so many players who had everything and fell apart. At some point it is not about the tennis anymore, it is about the outside the court stuff and being able to deal with it.

  18. Time out for Munar

    *Edmund 6-4 6-4 5-4 Munar

    Munar has won three games in a row but now he needs some medical attention. What's wrong, exactly? Ah, he has a small - very small - cut on one of his fingers, so Edmund is going to have to wait before he tries to see this one out... it won't be long though.