• Briton Laura Robson claimed the headlines on day two of Wimbledon
  • Robson took out 10th seed Maria Kirilenko
  • Robson celebrates her impressive 6-3 6-4 win
  • British number two Heather Watson could not join Robson in round two though
  • She had a tough task in beating rising American star Madison Keys
  • And Watson came off second best, losing 6-3 7-5
  • Former French Open champion Li Na got her campaign off to a strong start, losing only two games in her win
  • Another Grand Slam winner, Sam Stosur, also eased through...
  • ...losing just four games to Anna Schmiedlova
  • Defending champion Serena Williams was first on Centre Court and also posted a straight-sets victory
  • Top seed Novak Djokovic had few problems...
  • ...as he posted a straight-sets win over Florian Mayer
  • Juan Martin Del Potro, the former US Open champion, was another to progress smoothly
  • Australian Bernard Tomic beat 21st seed Sam Querrey in five sets
  • Sixteenth seed Philipp Kohlschreiber quit his match with Ivan Dodig in the fifth set feeling 'totally exhausted'
  • Rising star - and boyfriend of Maria Sharapova - Grigor Dimitrov powered through round one
  • Fourth seed and French Open runner-up David Ferrer needed four sets to win his opener
  • Tomas Berdych was more impressive, holding serve throughout his win over Martin Klizan
  • British wild card Tara Moore bowed out despite a gutsy performance
  • Fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska celebrates a straightforward win
  • The seventh-seeded Angelique Kerber also moved into the last 64...
  • ...by beating the green-haired Bethanie Mattek-Sands
  • In the doubles, Briton Ken Skupski (l) won with partner Xavier Malisse

Wimbledon - Day Two

Briton Laura Robson claimed the headlines on day two of Wimbledon