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.
Ashleigh Barty laments giving away control to Danielle Collins as she suffers defeat in Adelaide
Early exit for defending champion Ashleigh Barty.
Toni Nadal believes the pressure got to Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open final
Daniil Medvedev felt the heat.
Serena Williams still believes she can win another Grand Slam and has no plans to retire just yet, says her coach
Serena Williams not ready to quit.
Novak Djokovic’s father hits out at Western media over their negative portrayal of his son
Srdjan Djokovic slams Western media.
Andy Murray’s Montpellier run shortlived as he suffers first-round in Open Sud de France
Andy Murray went down in straight sets.
Boris Becker ‘impressed’ by Nick Kyrgios, insists Australian has talent to ‘win Wimbledon at least once’
Boris Becker doffs his hat to Nick Kyrgios.
Fit-again Johanna Konta falls at the first hurdle in Adelaide as she loses against Shelby Rogers
The British No 1 has recovered from an abdominal injury.
Ashleigh Barty insists there is ‘extra pressure’ over world No 1 ranking battle with Naomi Osaka
“Extra pressure is non-existent for me,” says Barty.
Jamie Murray explains why Novak Djokovic’s NBA-style bubble idea would be difficult to pull off in tennis
“That’s obviously very difficult,” says Jamie Murray.
Boris Becker hails Novak Djokovic’s ‘tactical masterclass’ and explains how Serb outwitted Daniil Medvedev
Novak Djokovic “messed up” Daniil Medvedev’s rhythm.