• Steve Darcis caused possibly the upset of the tournament on the opening day
  • The Belgian defeated two-time former champion Rafael Nadal
  • Darcis, the world number 135, won in straight sets
  • Briton Andy Murray had no such problems
  • He comfortably beat Benjamin Becker without dropping a set
  • Defending champion Roger Federer got his title defence off to a flying start, winning the opening match on Centre Court
  • Briton Elena Baltacha was an early casualty
  • Former world number one Ana Ivanovic celebrates her first-round victory
  • Briton Kyle Edmund, the only teenager in the men's draw, could not cope with the big-serving Jerzy Janowicz
  • Victoria Azarenka suffered a nasty fall but got up to move into round two
  • Last year's giant-killer Lukas Rosol failed to clear the first hurdle this time
  • Monica Puig caused an upset, taking out fifth seed Sara Errani
  • Debutante Samantha Murray was another Briton to fall at the first hurdle
  • Former world number one Jelena Jankovic progressed
  • She had too much nous for Briton Johanna Konta
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was a comfortable winner
  • Rising star Kristina Mladenovic threatened to a cause an upset...
  • ...but Maria Sharapova won a first-set tie-break and pushed on for victory
  • James Ward's defeat left Murray as the only Briton in the men's singles draw
  • Petra Kvitova, champion two years ago, had to fight for a three-set win
  • Anne Keothavong completed a bad day for the Brits with an evening defeat on Centre Court
  • Late in the day Lleyton Hewitt, the champion in 2002, rolled back the years to beat 11th seed Stanislas Wawrinka

Wimbledon - Day One

Steve Darcis caused possibly the upset of the tournament on the opening day