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60-Second Slice: Day 2 (1:04)
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Five Things We Learned: Day 2 (3:10)
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    IBM Insights: The Rafa factor

    Is Rafael Nadal, a title contender, a dangerous floater who can upset one of the top dogs or an easy draw for one of the top seeds?

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Soaring temperatures at Wimbledon all week (1:43)
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Digital Serve: Day 3 preview (2:48)
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Grass vs. clay (2:00)

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Patrick McEnroe @PatrickMcEnroe

Continues 2 b a huge pet peeve 4 me at majors without lights When should matches be postponed because of fading light? Who makes the call?

Madison Keys' killer shot

The American and 21-seed hit two overhead smashes then a killer cross-court winner in her first-round match vs. Stefanie Voegele at Wimbledon. Play was suspended at 2-2 in the third set due to darkness.

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Fed, Rafa and Murray cruise to 2nd round

With wins today in the first round of Wimbledon, Roger Federer has 49 straight first-round wins, and Andy Murray has not lost before the QFs in his last 17 Grand Slam appearances. Rafael Nadal, Fed and Murray all won in straight sets.

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Kvitova: 'More pressure' this year

Petra Kvitova said she loves Wimbledon and that there is a "different feeling" she has as the champ because "you played well last year, and you just don't want to lose in the first round."

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ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Due to darkness, play has been suspended on Court 3 for the night. Keys and Voegele will resume tomorrow at 2-2 in the 3rd set. #Wimbledon

Why Serena, Venus dropped doubles

Serena Williams' decision to pull out of doubles is an official declaration that she's taking this calendar-year Grand Slam business seriously. Unilateral decision

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The difference between grass and clay

Rafael Nadal has won nine French Open titles on clay, and Roger Federer plays great at Wimbledon on grass. What exactly is the difference between the two surfaces? ESPN's Jason Goodall fills you in.

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5 things we learned from Wimbledon Day 2

First on the list? Serena Williams will definitely not win a doubles title with sister Venus as the two withdrew from doubles, citing wanting to concentrate on singles.

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Highlight: Cepelova upsets Halep

Jana Cepelova upset 3-seed Simona Halep in the first round of Wimbledon. Halep is now the highest-seeded player to lose in the first round of Wimbledon the year after reaching the semis.

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Bouchard: Ready to put this behind me

Eugenie Bouchard, who lost in the first round Tuesday, has a tear in her abdominal muscle and knew it wasn't smart to play but says, "I couldn't pass on Wimbledon."

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ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

This Frenchman won't be going down without a fight! #Chardy clinches the 2nd set TB 10-8 vs. Berdych to level the match at a set a piece.

No. 5 Wozniacki advances

It took 3 match points to wrap it up, but Caroline Wozniacki took down Saisai Zheng in straight sets 7-5, 6-0 to claim her Wimbledon opener. Day 2 continues on ESPN, WatchESPN

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