5:02 pm: All play has either been completed or suspended. For tomorrow, the John Isner match was suspended (controversially) going into the fifth set, and will finished tomorrow at approximately 9:00 a.m. EST. Another American was suspended going into the final set, Vania King. She split the first two sets, 7-6, 6-7. That will resume around 9:00 a.m. EST as well. Also Thiemo De Bakker and Santiago Giraldo were suspended going into a fifth set. That match will resume at approximately 10:00 a.m. EST. Keep in mind that all those times are approximations. They are all the second match on each court. You will need to check Wimbledon.org tomorrow for exact start times. Thanks for following along!
3:28 pm: The sixth and final match on court 11 is very interesting. Kai-Chen Chang was up 6-0 on Arantxa Rus before Rus reeled off four straight to start the second set. 6-0, 0-6? Also ESPN determined to show as much Williams Sisters as possible, doubles or singles. John Isner on serve in the fourth, and eighth ranked Fernando Verdasco is eliminated by Fabio Fognini, the same man that beat Gael Monfils in the French Open. Also, Michael Russell won!
2:51 pm: Although we didn't get many readers, I will update you...Victoria Azerenka wins, Fernando Verdasco trying to comeback from two sets against Fabio Fognini. Jon Isner in action, in a third set tiebreak. First two sets tied. The American, Michael Russel is tied in the fourth set, and is up 2-1 in sets.
10:47 am: Kendrick loses...Tobias Kamke comes back from two sets down to defeat Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in five.
10:24 am: Shocker. Sam Stosur loses. Both French Open finalists are done in the first round.
10:18 am: Robert Kendrick still alive, he takes a set off of 10th ranked Jo-Wilfred Tsonga.
10:15 am: Game set match—career? (Blake loses).
10:14 am: Hasse serving to eliminate Blake. He is two points away.
10:01 am: Sam Stosur is currently losing, down a set. If she lost, then both of the French Open Finalists (the other was Francesca Schiavone) will have lost in the first round. Has that ever happened before?
9:55 am: Kei Nishikori couldn't convert on two break points against Nadal...deuce.
9:44 am: Nadal underway, Kendrick loses his second tiebreak set. Sela takes a set off of Youzhny. Blake, now ranked 109, loses his first two sets. Almagro vs. Seppi a close one. Kuznetsova wins.
9:04 am: Simon and Anna Chakvatadze (who was once great) both advance. It's 2-2 in the second set for Kendrick. Larcher de Brito keeping it more competitive in the second set against Serena Williams.
8:50 am: Tsonga wins tiebreak.
8:45 am: Dodig wins, first set tiebreak with Robert Kendrick and Jo-Winfield Tsonga, Kuznetsova on serve in her third set.
8:37 am: Querry wins. Stakhovsky was sick and retired.
8:31 am: Sam Querrey, Serena Williams, and Gilles Simon are all making quick work of their opponents. Meanwhile, upset alert goes red as Svetlana Kuznetsova loses the second set and will now play a winner take all set with Akgul Amanmuadova.
8:21 am: Angieska Radwanska wins.
8:19: Serena up a break after holding. Tsonga and Robert Kendrick on serve. Keep watching that match...could get interesting.
8:18 am: Flavia Pennetta is the first winner of the day.
8:15 am: ESPN2 commentators really enjoy talking about the grunting phenom, Marie Larcher de Brito, who is playing Serena. The 17-year-old has lost the first game.
8:12 am: Querrey going for the set, as Serena Williams gets underway, 30-30 in the first game there.
8:04 am: John Isner's opponent today, Nicolas Mahut played a match in qualifiers that had a 24-22 final set.
7:55 am: Querrey holds, then breaks to start the second set.
7:49 am: Querrey takes the first set, 7-6. A couple of Frenchmen, Gilles Simon and Paul Henri-Mathieu both won their first sets.
7:45 am: Svetlana Kuznetsova takes her first set easily. 3-3 in the Querrey tiebreak.
7:40 am: Querrey is serving to take his match to a first set tiebreak. Serving taking over there, as it does in many matches.
7:36: Elsewhere Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and Tobias Kamke are on serve. Ivan Dodig has already taken the first set against Oscar Hernandez. And Paul Henri-Mathieu is about to take the first set from Marc Giquel.
7:32 am: Well, a lot of good matches going on now, Sergiy Stakhovsky vs. Sam Querrey are tied 4-4 in the fourth set.
7:28 am: Welcome here to day two of the best tournament in tennis, Wimbledon. Play on courts have just begun.
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