Window into Wimbledon
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
Ernests Gulbis, who was ranked as high as 10 just three years ago before slumping to his current 589, won his first match in 13 months when he saw off Víctor Estrella 6-1, 6-1, 6-2.
WHO'S SAYING WHAT
"I've had enough match play in Eastbourne."
--Novak Djokovic happy to spend just 40 minutes on Centre Court where opponent Martin Klizan retired a set and 2-0 down.
"Well, he's introduced me to a lot of '80s rock bands, which before I wasn't quite familiar with. I keep having to remind him I was born in '91."
--Coco Vandeweghe on new coach Pat Cash, the 1987 champion.
"It's like flipping the coin every day 365 days a year, you have to flip a coin 200 times a day and then hopefully you win the majority of those coin tosses. To me, that's how it is when you serve and volley because you never know what's going to happen."
– Germany's Mischa Zverev on the risks and rewards of serve and volleying.
"Well, if you ask Federer to give back 500 million dollars, would he do that or not?"
– Bernard Tomic after being asked whether or not he would give back his prize money for admitting he lost his opening round match because he was bored.
7 - Match points saved by Australia's Arina Rodionova in her three-set win over 16th seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia. It was also a first ever Slam main draw win for the qualifier.
1,085 -- The ranking of Britain's James Ward, the lowest in the men's tournament.