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.
Emma Raducanu makes a leap in the tennis rankings without striking a ball
Raducanu has enjoyed a welcome rankings boost, without even striking a ball in anger.
Emma Raducanu reveals her ultimate Grand Slam dream in engaging Chinese interview
Raducanu has admitted she has a dream to win Wimbledon after her stunning US Open triumph
Andy Murray wants British tennis to change perceptions after Emma Raducanu’s win
The teenager ended a 44-year wait for a British woman to win a grand slam singles title.
Andy Murray preparing for a return to the ATP Tour in France
Murray has accepted a wildcard to play another tournament in France.
Remarkable statistics confirm Daniil Medvedev is the new king of hard courts
Daniil Medvedev can now be hailed as the new king of hard courts.
Exclusive – Myleene Klass believes Emma Raducanu can inspire a generation
Myleene Klass has revealed Emma Raducanu has inspired her daughters to reach for the stars after her stunning win at the US Open.
Dominic Thiem on Emma Raducanu’s US Open win: ‘It’s one of the greatest achievements in women’s sport’
“Perhaps it is the greatest breakthrough of all time,” says Dominic Thiem.
‘Unfair that Novak Djokovic is always the bad guy and Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are the good guys’
“I hope he is treated a little more fairly,” says Boris Becker.
Venus Williams explains backstory behind photo with Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova at Met Gala
Just Venus, Serena and Maria enjoying a laugh in the bathroom at the Met Gala.
‘I think it’s gradually sinking in a bit more,’ says Emma Raducanu after ‘whirlwind experience’
The teenager took part in a round of breakfast TV and radio interviews.