Third-seeded Maria Sharapova has been knocked out of Wimbledon by Michelle Larcher de Brito, who is ranked 131 in the world, in the second round.
The Russian third seed lost 6-3 6-4 to the Portuguese player.
British number one Andy Murray has won the first two sets against Lu Yen-hsun on Court One at Wimbledon.
Andy Murray has taken the first set against Lu Yen-hsun on Court One at Wimbledon.
British number one Andy Murray has begun his second round match at Wimbledon against Lu Yen-hsun of Chinese Taipei on Court One.
Mo Farah, Bruce Forsyth and Stephen Fry were among the well known faces to appear in the Royal Box at Wimbledon today.
The Duchess of Cambridge's parents, Michael and Carol Middleton, were also present on Centre Court.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah previously tweeted his excitement at the prospect of seeing Andy Murray at the All England Club:
"Looking forward to Wimbledon tomorrow!! Hope to see @andymurray play!!"
However Farah will be left disappointed, with Murray facing Yen-Hsun Lu on Court One instead at around 4.00pm.
The Olympian will be able to see seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer who is in action against Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky on Centre Court later this afternoon.
Flamboyant German-Jamaican Dustin Brown pulled off the biggest win of his career by upsetting former Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt in round two.
Brown, a qualifier ranked 189th in the world, had only once won a main-draw match at a grand slam before this week but produced a fine display of power and touch to win 6-4 6-4 6-7 (3/7) 6-2.
Wimbledon's tennis balls have travelled over 50,000 miles before they reach the All England Club, according to an expert.
The findings reveal that the supply chain of the official Slazenger balls, which are manufactured in the Philippines, covers 11 countries and four continents before arriving at SW19.
The associate professor of operations management at Warwick Business School, Dr Mark Johnson, described the findings as one of the longest journeys he had seen for a product.
The supply chain sees clay shipped from South Carolina in the USA, silica from Greece, magnesium carbonate from Japan, zinc oxide from Thailand, sulphur from South Korea and rubber from Malaysia.
Wool is also shipped from New Zealand to Gloucestershire where it is weaved into felt then flown back to the Philippines.
The final part of the production process sees the balls -which are stored in tins shipped from Indonesia - sent to Wimbledon.
Steve Darcis, the Belgium who beat out Rafa Nadal has pulled out of Wimbledon with a shoulder injury.
Judy Murray has been pictured serving coffee to fans waiting to get into Wimbledon ahead of day three of the championships.
Ms Murray, who was joined by Rafael Nadal's trainer and uncle, tweeted:
"Serving up the coffee to the Wimbledon queue with Manuel my Spanish waiter. Ok, so its Uncle Toni. #Lavazza".
Ms Murray, who recalled when she used to queue to get into Wimbledon, said fans deserve "nice coffee to wake them up after a long night of queuing".
Andy Murray meets second round opponent Yen-Hsun Lu on Court One later this afternoon.
When pressed on her sons chances of winning a maiden Wimbledon title, Murray insisted that the British number one refuses to get carried away and takes one match at a time.