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Follow live: Djokovic continues Wimbledon defense

Novak Djokovic is next up under the roof of Centre Court after Agnieszka Radwanska made light work of Kateryna Kozlova. Roger Federer follows the defending champion (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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With Maria Sharapova and Rafa Nadal at home, this might just be the quietest Wimbledon in years. But, legendary coach Nick Bollettieri tells Mark Hodgkinson, don't try and stifle the grunters.

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Novak Djokovic living his own version of Groundhog Day

Novak Djokovic is playing at a different level. That much we all know. But what really separates him from the rest of the field is his ability to mentally filter out the past from the present.

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Wimbledon 2016 is upon us. Two weeks of tantalizing tennis, strawberries and (probably) the occasional rain delay. Mark Hodgkinson kicks off Day 1 with his diary from SW19.

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Djokovic on a roll. Top seed takes 6-4 6-3 lead over Mannarino, is 161-1 when winning 1st 2 sets in Majors (only loss: Melzer in FO QF '10)

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Rain continues to ravage the day. Ten more matches were just canceled, including players such as Garbine Muguruza, Venus Williams, Samantha Stosur and Angelique Kerber.

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The Bryan brothers may have eclipsed the records and feats of Australia's "Woodys,"but Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde (pictured here) are still muy popular in doubles-loving Wimbledon.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Latest update from weather central here at Wimbledon: No play on the outer courts until at least 10:30 a.m. ET.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

The weather is far from perfect, but Agnieszka Radwanska is, at least in the first round. With a straight-sets win against Kateryna Kozlova today, Radwanska improved to 11-0 in her Wimbledon openers -- and has won all 22 sets.

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Roger Federer plays huge underdog Marcus Willis on Wednesday. Remember that time when Fed lost to the unknown Sergiy Stakhovsky on Wimbledon's Day 3 in 2013?


Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

The All England Club has canceled 12 matches, albeit all of them doubles, so far today. However, the forecast looks ominous.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Two-time Grand Slam winner Mary Pierce has entered the building.

Rain slows down Wimbledon

But doesn't stop it, thanks to the closed roof on Centre Court, which is reflected in this umpire's shoe. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN