Wimbledon day three: Andy Murray provides inspiration, Nick Kyrgios takes tumble, the original Hawkeye

Delight for Andy Murray

Andy Murray came through another rollercoaster match under the Centre Court roof at Wimbledon, this time beating German qualifier Oscar Otte in five sets.

The Scot is still a long way short of returning to the levels which won him two Wimbledon titles, but he still provided plenty of late-night drama yet again.

Among the other Brits, Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans got through their matches, as did 18-year-old Emma Raducanu on her Wimbledon debut.

But Katie Boulter came up just short after threatening a major upset against second seed Arnya Sabalenka, Liam Broady was beaten in four by Diego Schwartzman, and Samantha Murray Sharan was also knocked out.

Here we look at some of the events on day three at Wimbledon.

Tweet of the day

Quote of the day

“Yesterday, no towels. Today, no bananas.” Tomorrow, no Lucas Pouille

Picture of the day

Nick Kyrgios slipping

Nick Kyrgios was the latest player to take a tumble, although he went on to beat Ugo Humbert in five sets over two days (Jon Super/AELTC Pool)

Shot of the day

Stat of the day

The original Hawkeye

Hamish the hawk at Wimbledon

Hamish the hawk, SW19’s pigeon police chief, did his annual photo shoot (Steve Paston/PA)

No escape

Fallen seeds

Men: Pablo Carreno Busta (11), Casper Ruud (12), Aslan Karatsev (20), Ugo Umbert (21), John Isner (28).
Women: Sofia Kenin (4), Bianca Andreescu (5), Belinda Bencic (9), Jessica Pegula (22), Anett Kontaveit (24), Petra Martic (26), Ekaterina Alexandrova (32).

Brit watch

Brit watch at Wimbledon

British players in 2021 Wimbledon singles (PA Graphics)

Day four order of play

Day four weather watch

23 degrees – Sunny changing to partly cloudy by night time (Met Office)
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