After dropping the opening set, Madison Keys won the second. A third will decide who moves on to the second round of Wimbledon (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).
Former winners Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal won their first-round matches at Wimbledon on Tuesday in straight sets and in rapid-fire fashion
Of all the top-tier players, perhaps no one needed a quick start more than Rafael Nadal, which he got in a routine win at Wimbledon.
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?
With record after record, Roger Federer's history at the All England Club is unparalleled, but what are his top 10 matches on the lush lawns of Wimbledon?
Serena and Venus Williams have pulled out of women's doubles at Wimbledon to instead concentrate more on Serena's pursuit of the Grand Slam in singles.
Serena Williams' decision to pull out of doubles is an official declaration that she's taking this calendar-year Grand Slam business seriously.
Simona Halep became the highest-seeded player to lose at Wimbledon on Tuesday, falling in the first round a year after reaching the semifinals at the All England Club.
British No.1 begins his quest to reclaim the Wimbledon title with a 6-4, 7-6(3), 6-4 victory over Mikhail Kukushkin on Centre Court.
Jack Sock played brilliantly during the clay season, but he couldn't find his form in his Wimbledon opener.
They're back on the green grass at last. From Serena Williams to Maria Sharapova to Petra Kvitova to the grounds themselves, we highlight the top shots each day from Wimbledon 2015.
In ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue, Stan Wawrinka talks about what it took to get his body into top condition and how that helped him win the French Open.
With a couple of painful Wimbledon losses in the past and some major milestones dead ahead, Serena Williams prefers to focus on the present, like her first-round win over Margarita Gasparyan.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic says coach Boris Becker may address the discussion about on-court help but he won't.
Playing his final singles event at the All England Club, Lleyton Hewitt showed the defiant, fiery side that has made him the touchstone of Australian tennis.
Novak? Serena? Yes, the world No. 1s are the heavy favorites to win Wimbledon, though our experts might have other ideas.
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
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.
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.
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.
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."
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
Howard Bryant @hbryant42
Serena on third tomorrow, Centre Court, behind Djokovic-Nieminen and Giraldo-Nishikori...
Monfils advances at Wimbledon
Gael Monfils -- and his wicked hair -- advanced today thanks to a straight-sets win over Pablo Carreno Busta. Day 2 continues on ESPN, WatchESPN
Simona Halep having an off ... year
Last year, world No. 3 Halep won 15 matches at the season’s first three Grand Slams. This year? The 23-year-old Romanian won just five -- and she took a first-round Wimbledon exit today thanks to Jana Cepelova. Day 2 on ESPN, WatchESPN
Petra Kvitova @petra.kvitova
A big thank you to my niece and nephew for watching my match in their #Wimbledon outfits today :)
Wozniacki shaky in Wimbledon opener
Caroline Wozniacki dug herself out of a few holes to claim the first set 7-5 over Saisai Zheng. Can she hang on to win the match? Live on WatchESPN
Bouchard relieved to be done in London?
Said Genie Bouchard, who lost in the first round of Wimbledon today: "In a way, I'm going to be kind of happy to put this period behind me, for sure. Very disappointed in my last couple months." Day 2 continues on ESPN, WatchESPN
Brad Gilbert @bgtennisnation
Very impressive 6-2 1st set for Birdman over Chardonnay Chardy
Genie Bouchard taking steps back
Since reaching last year’s Wimbledon final, Bouchard has lost 22 of her last 39 matches -- 13 of which were in straight sets. She had lost just 11 of her prior 41 matches, and only 5 in straight sets. (via FiveThirtyEight's Carl Bialik.) Day 2 on ESPN, WatchESPN