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Follow live: Bouchard faces in-form Konta

Eugenie Bouchard takes the first set against Briton Johanna Konta on Centre Court. Earlier, Andy Murray and Venus Williams won but French Open champion Garbine Muguruza was one of many seeds to fall (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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Muguruza stunned in 2nd round at Wimbledon

Less than a month after winning the French Open, Garbine Muguruza was beaten in the second round of Wimbledon in the biggest upset of the tournament so far.

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Wimbledon Diary: Sharapova and sugar-free

Mark Hodgkinson muses from Wimbledon, where Maria Sharapova's candy brand is nowhere to be seen, Novak Djokovic goes to the shops, and Serena Williams is quite good at making friends.

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Troicki has epic freakout, calls ump worst ever (0:49)
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Tomic hits running, backward tweener at Wimbledon (0:30)
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Millman sets up Murray clash at Wimbledon

Boosted by news that he will be going to the Olympics, John Millman saw off seeded Benoit Paire to set up a clash with Andy Murray at Wimbledon.

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Quiz: Has she beaten Serena at Wimbledon?

She's the defending and six-time champion. She's making her 17th appearance at the All England Club and she can count her losses on two hands. Can you ID the players who have topped Serena?

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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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Venus' five Wimbledon titles (0:20)
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Tennis' top 20 of all time

Who's the greatest tennis player of all time? It's a question that elicits heated debate and controversy. A panel of experts voted and came up with our top 20. Did we get it right?

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Jana Cepelova acknowledges in post-match news conference Thursday it was a surprise to her that she was able to beat # 2 seed Garbine Muguruza, the French Open champion, in this Wimbledon's first big upset.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

French Open champion Garbine Muguruza on her loss today at Wimbledon: "Well, I think my energy was missing a little bit today. From yesterday I felt already a little bit, you know, like, tired, I think is the best word. And today during the match, and after the match, I'm like, It's a tough day today. I feel empty a little bit, and I start to be sick. But I think it was a little bit of combination."

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Gilles Simon (Part 3) "It's happening in basically every Slam, so it's not just here. Here it's always about the grass that is wet. But, for example, in Australia when they force us to play when it's 44 degrees and the doctor says, Yeah, it's fine, they can go, I think the tournament just got lucky that nothing really serious happen once on the court for player, like someone breaking his leg on slippery court or someone feeling like really bad on the tennis court in Australia when it's 44. "They just try to push. They want us to play. And in one point we are just human, or maybe they are just really confident that we are that strong that we can play anywhere."

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Gilles Simon (Part 2) "[The umpire] told me, It's raining but the water is not going to the ground. Like it's really light rain and it's there and it stays in the air and it's flying away. So the grass is not wet. "And I have to answer that. So in the match you just see me on TV, like I'm pissed, yes, I'm pissed because I want to destroy him. That's how it is. It is just not possible to hear it on the tennis court. That's kind of reason you have."

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

We have controversy. During his match, Gilles Simon, a four-set loser to Grigor Dimitrov, threatened to sue the chair umpire because of the slippery court conditions. Here's some of what he had to say after the match: "I feel the day I'm going to get injured on slippery grass, I'm going to sue everyone in the stadium, because it's just -- I mean, we try to understand what is happening in both parties, like tournaments and players, but in one point yesterday it was just ridiculous. I'm just going to tell you what the supervisor told me, and I let you decide how you feel when someone is telling you this straight into your face."

Simon throws tantrum over rain

Gilles Simon, fearing risk of injury, tells the umpire, "I don't get injured because you want me to play. ... Then I sue you and you gonna pay."

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