Gallery: The story from a hot and humid day two at Wimbledon 2018
Here is your pictorial from day two at the All England Club.
They can’t wait to get in.
Spectators needed plenty of this as it was another hot day at SW19.
Johanna Konta slipped on court, but she didn’t slip up in terms of the result as she advanced.
Australian Daria Gavrilova on the run…into the second round.
Garbine Muguruza started her defence with a win…
But it was a shock exit for Petra Kvitova.
Rafael Nadal was in imperious form on Centre Court.
A successful Juan Martin del Potro was turning on the smoulder, too.
Kyle Edmund kept the home hopes alive with a solid win.
And Nick Kyrgios kept up his fine form too.
Dominic Thiem was forced out with injury, though.
Australian Open news: Can Craig Tiley survive amid Novak Djokovic crisis
Tiley is coming under increasing pressure, after Novak Djokovic’s saw his visa to remain in Melbourne revoked for a second time on Friday.
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Former world No.2 Alex Corretja believes Novak Djokovic’s legacy will be impacted by his visa row in Australia.
Andy Murray news: Big fightback in Sydney sees Scot make his first ATP final since 2019
The Scot recovered from a set down and will bid for a 47th career title on Saturday.
Novak Djokovic comment: Enough is enough… it’s time to end the circus
Djokovic should appreciate that winning this fight may, in fact, damage a legacy that has already been tarnished in brutal fashion.
Novak Djokovic news: Visa cancelled by country’s Immigration Minister as appeal is launched
Djokovic was hoping to defend his Australian Open title.
Novak Djokovic news: Andy Murray gives his verdict on the latest twist in visa saga
Andy Murray believes Novak Djokovic’s situation is not good for everyone.
Emma Raducanu news: New Nike advert released ahead of Australian Open
Raducanu has been given the A-list treatment by her sponsors Nike.
Emma Raducanu news: Former world No.2 tells Tennis365 US Open champion destined for glory
Alex Corretja believes she is capable of winning more Grand Slams.
Emma Raducanu news: Former top ten player fears teenager may flop at Australian Open
Barbara Schett has told Tennis365 that Raducanu may not be ready to make her mark consistently at the top of the game.
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Raducanu will be playing her first Grand Slam since her breakthrough win at the US Open last September.