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Follow live: Radwanska opens on Centre Court

Rain has postponed play on the outer courts on an already crowded Wednesday at Wimbledon, but Agnieszka Radwanska and Kateryna Kozlova are battling under the roof (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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Latest rain update from the All England Club: No play on the outer courts until at least 9:30 a.m. ET.

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Perhaps the best open seating spot at Wimbledon. The ultra steep north stand at Court 18, home of so many epics - including Isner-Mahut 70-68. Tomas Berdych and Marcos Baghdatis just got rousted off by showers. The fans don't care. Let the waters rise, these bleachers are that Tal-l-l-l-l-l , Noah.

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Just about ready to roll on the outer courts after a 70-minute rain delay. On Court 17, Lucas Pouille, one of the game's rising stars, takes the court.

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In less than an hour, Novak Djokovic takes on Adrian Mannarino in the second round of Wimbledon. In the No. 1 prevails, it would be his 30th straight Grand Slam win, breaking the Open era record he currently shares with Rod Laver (1969-70).

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Assuming the rain stays away, we're still a few hours from the Roger Federer-Marcus Willis battle. An upset by Willis would put "Rudy" to shame. But keep in mind, the last time Federer fell to a Brit at Wimbledon … 1999 against Tim Henman.

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President Barack Obama reflects on the incredible spirit and career of Tennessee coaching legend Pat Summitt, who died Tuesday at age 64. ' Unparalleled success'

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