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By Michael Emons and Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Game and third set - Jubb

    Sousa 6-0 6-3 6-7 (8-10) Jubb

    Who thought this would go into a fourth set earlier on? Great character from the college student Paul Jubb, saving two match points in this tie-break. We continue.

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    A second match point for Sousa and Jubb gets lucky, firing a shot off the tape, it could go anywhere but just about bounces in. 8-8.

    Paul Jubb
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    Joao Sousa saves himself with an ace. 7-7.

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    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator at Wimbledon

    Paul Jubb is a good location server. He's not going to fire down loads of aces, but he doesn't need to.

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    A serve into the Sousa body gives Jubb his first set point of the match. 7-6 Jubb.

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    Match point saved by Jubb with a deft cushioned volley at the net. 6-6.

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    But Sousa now has a match point.

    Joao Sousa
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    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator at Wimbledon

    Paul Jubb looks a better player when he's taking the ball on and not giving his opponent any space.

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    Five-four to Jubb closing in on this tie-break to extend the match one more set.

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    Paul Jubb sends Joao Sousa running and a little fist pump from the Briton as he leads 3-2 in the tie-break.

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    Daniel King: If Bernard Tomic doesn't get fined his match fee for that display against Tsonga then they might as well do away with the rule.

    Wil: Just in from work and I've just seen the Tsonga vs Tomic highlights. Well played Jo-Wilfried. Quit tennis Bernard, you obviously only turn up to any event for the first round prize money.

    Bernard Tomic
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    Sousa 6-0 6-3 6-6 Jubb

    We're into a third set tie-break on court 17. Paul Jubb needs to take it or he's out of the tournament.

  13. Game, set and match Bertens

    Bertens 6-3 6-2 Minella

    Bertens

    Fourth seed Kiki Bertens has booked her place in the second round with a straightforward win.

    The Dutch player needed 66 minutes on Centre Court to beat Luxembourg's Mandy Minella 6-3 6-2.

  14. 'This is crazy...' will Serena partner Andy?!

    It's the "will they? won't they?" saga of the summer, and Serena Williams continues to leave fans none the wiser over whether she'll partner Andy Murray in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon - with the deadline for entry 11:00 BST on Wednesday.

    "I'm just going to see how I feel today, then go from there," said the American.

    "This is crazy. I don't know. I'm still kind of in the singles mode, trying to figure that part out. We'll see. I could use extra matches, though, so... Could be something.

    "I don't know. If you guys really want it, then maybe I'll do it."

    Told by journalists they do really want it, Williams added: "Yeah? All right, done, just for you guys. Don't forget. If you guys want it."

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    *Sousa 6-0 6-3 5-6 Jubb

    Game Jubb. Can he get the break he needs or are we heading for a tie-break? His team and family and friends will be delighted that he could show us the real player after a bagel in the opening set.

    He's only ranked 431st in the world, but he is gaining himself a lot of new fans with his performance here.

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    Sousa 6-0 6-3 5-5 Jubb*

    A very good hold of serve that one from Joao Sousa. He probably expected to be back in the locker room and safely through by now after that first set mauling.

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    *Sousa 6-0 6-3 4-5 Jubb

    Katie Falkingham

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Jubb’s eaten two bananas during this match and they’re doing the business. He’s a completely different player to the one who lost the first set!

    “Come on Jubby” is all I can hear around the stands. And the Yorkshireman is up for this.

    Leon Smith is still watching on. Has he been impressed by the 19-year-old?

  18. Post update

    30-30, two points for Jubb and the set is his.

    Chris Jubb
  19. 'Wimbledon wildcard changes Jubb's life'

    *Sousa 6-0 6-3 4-5 Jubb

    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator at Wimbledon

    Your world changes when you get this sort of attention.

    All Paul Jubb's old teachers have been interviewed and he's got his first top 100 win and now he's playing at Wimbledon.

    This granting of a wildcard has changed his life.