Wimbledon, Day 4: In which order was restored before the rain fell

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 (brief) day's events, from the sublime to the absurd. Your serve.

Kimiko Date-Krumm defeated Alexandra Cadantu. This is notable because Date-Krumm last made the third round 17 years ago, about the time many current competitors were still in diapers. Date-Krumm, age 42, now gets a showdown with Serena Williams as her reward, but just getting this far is one heck of an achievement.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, takes in Day 4's festivities. Do not laugh, Americans; what passes for a royal family on this side of the pond just named its latest scion North West.

Mathilde Johansson serves under this year's first closed-roof Centre Court in her match against Agnieszka Radwanska.

"The players that I think don't get too ahead of themselves, but focus on their matches, have the best chance of winning. I think a lot of people were happy when Nadal lost. I think Roger was very happy. I think he got ahead of himself ... then things turned around." -Bernard Tomic, firing shots at the departed Federer.

Nothing major. You believe it? We don't either. But apparently Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic just waltzed right into the third round. That's not how this is supposed to go.

The Andy Murray mannequin. Oh sweet heaven we hope that's just a mannequin.

Thursday's rained-out action will resume Friday, as will the first matches of Round 3. David Ferrer, Andy Murray and Laura Robson will be the notables in action. Tune in, won't you?

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