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By Jonathan Jurejko and Mike Henson

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  1. Bye for now

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    Class dismissed for the day.

    Kyle Edmund and Stefanos Tsitsipas will take up the cudgels as the British number one attempts to reclaim the break.

    Nick Kyrgios and Grigor Dimitrov will be among those chomping at the bit. Neither have even played their first-round matches yet.

    In theory, they are supposed to be finishing their second round business tomorrow.

    And, of course, Andy Murray is back in action for the first time since his Australian Open defeat in January and an operation on a career-threatening hip injury.

  2. Jo and Bono

    Johanna Konta

    Johanna Konta has been cheering herself in the wake of defeat with a cuddle with her dog Bono.

    It is difficult to be too angry with the world when you have got a Dachshund nibbling on your ear lobes.

  3. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Good news! Bring us some good news I hear you shout.

    Well, the weather forecast is much brighter tomorrow. Sunny intervals and a percentage of rain which wouldn't even tempt you to reach for the brolly on your way out of the door.

    Play will begin at 11am in a bid to shovel away this pile of matches blocking the door.

    Queen's weather
  4. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    The weather gods have taken another one off their Queen's opponents.

    No more play today...

  5. Play suspended

    *Tsitsipas 6-3 Edmund

    Well, as the stands empty and gin bars fill up around Queen's Club, let's have a little review of what has happened so far today.

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    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Within seconds of rain-drops almost as big as balloons floating down and hitting bonces, punters started scattering for cover.

    There must have been about half a minute between the heavens opening, players fleeing and the covers being flung on.

    A quicker operation than removing a kid's loose molar.

  7. Play suspended

    *Tsitsipas 6-3 3-3 Edmund

    "Play suspended!" barks umpire Mohamed Lahyani at 30-30 and the court-coverers don't need telling twice.

    They scamper on in a mass court invasion as brollies burst into action in the stands.

    We will see the players again today as Stef and Kyle head backstage? It is looking doubtful I would say...

  8. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Queen's

    Someone call Helen Hunt. Darkness is falling, the storm is coming...

  9. Edmund holds

    *Tsitsipas 6-3 3-3 Edmund

    A superb point at 30-30, full of thrust and counter, bluff and feint, blood and thunder, ends with Kyle Edmund superbly outfoxing his man with a forehand down the line.

    Stefanos Tsitsipas for once looks like he has strapped on roller skates rather than running shoes as he tries in vain to cover the ground.

    Hold from the Briton.

  10. Tsitsipas holds

    Tsitsipas 6-3 3-2 *Edmund

    Oh la la. Put me down for a double shot of that stuff.

    Stefanos Tsitsipas brings up 30-0 with a Nijinsky leap followed by a ninja-sharp volley.

    A forehand that accelerates off his strings like a dragster secures Tsitsipas' hold to love. Kyle Edmund was chasing after it like one of Benny Hill's finger-wagging co-stars.

    Tsitsipas 6-3 3-2 *Edmund
  11. Ouch! Touch judge hit in the face

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    Video caption: Tsitsipas' attempted return hits an unfortunate touch judge in the face

    Doesn't even flinch...

  12. Edmund holds

    *Tsitsipas 6-3 2-2 Edmund

    Kyle Edmund locks down his end of the court.

    The British number one has been closer to the favourite so far in this second set.

    A hold to love to flip the focus back on the top seed.

  13. Tsitsipas holds

    Tsitsipas 6-3 2-1 *Edmund

    Stefanos Tsitsipas is six foot four inches tall it says here.

    You wouldn't know it watching him stalk around the court like a tomcat.

    All sleek precision and effortless grace. It is like he has cod liver oil for blood.

    He is taken to deuce after slightly duffing his half-volley pick-up at the net, but he is not detained long.

    Like Macavity, when Edmund comes to investigate his break possibilities, the Greek has already scarpered from the scene of the crime.

    Tsitsipas 6-3 2-1 *Edmund
  14. Edmund holds

    *Tsitsipas 6-3 1-1 Edmund

    Stefanos Tsitsipas is skidding about on the west London grass like he is still on the Parisian dirt.

    The Greek's efforts are in vain as he scrapes back a couple of stretching groundstrokes, only to see Edmund swat away a drive volley.

    Tsitsipas 6-3 1-1 Edmund
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    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Edmund asks another question of Lahyani during that last game.

    "It's still OK," says the boss.

    Presumably after consulting his Dickie Bird-patented light-o-meter.

  16. Tsitsipas holds

    Tsitsipas 6-3 1-0 *Edmund

    Stefanos Tsitsipas stares down the barrel of the break point and does blink.

    Kyle Edmund's guts-or-glory down the line rifled forehand is long.

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    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Lahyani clambers off his perch and has a face-to-face chat with Edmund.

    I'd imagine, judging by the umpire marching down to the baseline and wiping his slick soles across the turf, that Edmund is saying the court is too slippy.

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    *Tsitsipas 6-3 0-0 Edmund

    John Bercow, shouter of the house, is in the posh seats. Bet he would fancy his chances of doing umpire Mohamed Lahyani's job in the high chair...

    Edmund sees a break chance knocked back with a bit of old-school serve-volley.

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    *Tsitsipas 6-3 0-0 Edmund

    It is awful gloomy out there as the players climb off their stools and resume for the second set...

  20. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Queen's

    Sounds like a few Greeks may have headed south on the Tube from Palmers Green.

    No doubt London's Greek community will be naming a souvlaki after Tsitsipas, like they did in Melbourne, if he ends up causing a scene at Wimbledon...

    Must be something about those antipodeans..

    Raspberry pavlova is named after ballerina Anna Pavlova who inspired a Wellington chef on a tour Down Under in the 1920s.