Tuesday's passing shots
A look back at Day 2 at the All England Club in photos, links, tweets and more.
Photo of the Day
Diana Ross watches Serena Williams' first-round victory over Aravane Rezai from a front-row perch on Centre Court (from SI.com's Best Shots from Day 2 at Wimbledon).
How Isner-Mahut I became the biggest event in Internet history ... Wimbledon ballboys in training, circa 1966 ... A relaxed Andy Murray was happy to talk his golf game ... Shape magazine compiles Serena's top five body image quotes ... Dick Enberg is saying farewell to Wimbledon after 28 fortnights ... Kate Middleton's handwritten letter to Wimbledon officials is now on public display ... For the bookworm set: an interactive quiz on tennis in literature ... The 20 most-shared tennis ads of all time.
The Tweet Beat
"Had great support today from my friends and family. Also my friend Nicklas Bendtner came and watched his first tennis match live:)"
--Top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki, name-checking a certain Arsenal footballer after her first-round victory, 3:31 p.m. ET
"Isner/Mahut about to start... #notagain"
--10th-seeded Mardy Fish, channeling the thoughts of tennis fans everywhere, 2:26 p.m. ET
"CANCELLED!! Seriously?? There is plenty of day light left for me to play my match after the mens. But it is windy as heck so I'll take it."
--31st-seeded Bethanie Mattek-Sands, questioning the tournament schedulers, 2:24 p.m. ET
"Lost the match, but won the battle of the dives!! Had a great time opening Wimbledon!"
--Michael Russell, keeping a sense of humor about Monday's first-round loss to Rafael Nadal, 8:10 a.m. ET
262 ... Current WTA ranking of Melinda Czink, the unseeded Hungarian who stunned 10th-seeded Sam Stosur in straight sets. No one in the women's draw is ranked lower.
33-40 ... Singles record of Melanie Oudin since her breakthrough at the 2009 U.S. Open after Tuesday's 6-0, 6-1 defeat to Ana Ivanovic. The first-round loss will drop the 82nd-ranked Oudin from the WTA's Top 100.
23 ... Combined points lost on serve by Novak Djokovic (11) and Roger Federer (12) in their respective first-round victories over Jeremy Chardy and Mikhail Kukushkin.
Serena Williams looks dumbstruck after lobbing a winner off a smash by Aravane Rezai in the third set of their first-round match.
They Said It
"Stay? No. I have to play tomorrow. I can't stay here three nights."
--Andy Roddick, on whether he planned on staying for Tuesday's Isner-Mahut match