• Roger Federer suffered one of Wimbledon's greatest-ever shock defeats on Wednesday
  • The seven-time champion started well enough in his second-round match
  • But Sergiy Stakhovsky's serve-and-volley game saw him hit back and take the second set
  • In the third set, the Ukrainian claimed the first break of serve in the match to take control
  • There was serious concerns for Federer and his fans as he lost serve again at the start of the fourth...
  • ...and although he broke back, Stakhovsky completed his shock win in a tie-break
  • The duo shake hands at the net...
  • ...before the Ukrainian is able to take the Centre Court plaudits
  • Earlier Maria Sharapova slipped out of the tournament...
  • ...losing to world number 131 Michelle Larcher de Brito
  • Larcher de Brito celebrates her famous 6-3 6-4 victory
  • Fans who arrived could not have expected what was about to unfold
  • John Isner (knee) was one of seven players to quit the singles events due to injury
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was another injury victim - the sixth seed was forced to quit with a knee problem when trailing Ernests Gulbis
  • Diving Dustin Brown was looking to cause an upset as he moved two sets up...
  • ...against former champion Lleyton Hewitt, who battled back to take the third
  • However, Brown was the one left smiling at the end as he took the fourth set to seal a memorable win
  • Olympic champion Mo Farah was a guest in the Royal Box on Centre Court
  • Farah saw former world number one Ana Ivanovic...
  • ...suffer a shock defeat to Canadian teenager Eugenie Bouchard
  • Caroline Wozniacki also slipped out of the tournament in round two
  • It was not a good day at the office for the ninth seed...
  • ...as she lost 6-2 6-2 to Petra Cetkovska
  • Nicolas Almagro, the 15th seed, was a four-set winner
  • Andy Murray chases down a ball during his second-round match
  • He was up against Yen-Hsun Lu of Chinese Taipei, who offered limited resistance
  • Murray takes the plaudits after completing a straight-sets win
  • Laura Robson was a winner in doubles, with Lisa Raymond
  • But Britons Anne Keothavong (l) and Johana Konta suffered defeat
  • Doubles champion Jonny Marray started his title defence with a win

Wimbledon - Day Three

Roger Federer suffered one of Wimbledon's greatest-ever shock defeats on Wednesday