Roger Federer, much like Serena Williams, was the defending champion but could not even win two matches at the All England Club.
The Swiss Maestro was outplayed for most of the match against Sergiy Stakhosky, who adopted a serve-and-volley mindset and tactic.
The most disappointing part of the second-round encounter, other than the fact that Federer took the opening set, was that he could only break serve once (when it didn't even give him a lead).
His conversion rate was incredibly poor, and the only break point he did well on was actually just a backhand slice return that caused Stakhovsky to dump the ball into the net.
Another surprising statistic was that each of the four sets was very close, and Roger managed to lose three straight sets to lose the match. His mental strength usually lifts him above the lesser-ranked competition.
Critics are now saying he should change rackets to one with a bigger head, and he is now playing extra clay-court tournaments in attempts to gain some momentum and ranking points. One must think he will bounce back with the way he always has done in his career, but this Wimbledon showed us that we cannot be certain of anything.