Wimbledon is underway, and with it our daily roundup of all things green and glorious. Prepare your strawberries and cream as we delve into the day's events, from the sublime to the absurd. Your serve.
No dramatic upsets on the level of Rafael Nadal's fall on Monday happened on Day Two. Most matches were over in fairly short order, though one which could have some significance down the line was David Ferrer's four-set victory over Martin Alund. Ferrer appeared to injure himself at one point in the match, though rallied for the victory after dropping the second set.
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling does not look particularly thrilled to be down among the Muggles on Day 2. But perhaps Harry could have figured out what sorcery was necessary to beat Nadal on Monday.
Kevin Anderson (right) knocked out Olivier Rochus in straight sets, which kind of seems a little cruel.
"We met him one year at Wimbledon, and he was just a bit shorter than me. And I was 15 at the time. It was really disappointing." Laura Robson, 5'11", on meeting Justin Timberlake for the first time.
Tenth-ranked Maria Kirilenko fell in straight sets to Robson, 6-3, 6-4. "It was a big one for me because although I really like grass and I seem to play well on it, I've never actually done overly well here," Robson said. "I've only made the second round once. I think it was good that I managed to tough it out after I got so nervous in the second set."
Somebody's taking Wimbledon white a little too literally.
Another fine day ahead on Wednesday, as Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova headline the day. Also in the mix: Andy Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Victoria Azarenka. Do more upsets lurk in the woods? Tune in and see!
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