British tennis player Marcus Willis' first appearance on Wimbledon's Centre Court will see him take on Roger Federer in the last match on court.
Willis, ranked 772nd in the world, beat world number 54 Ricardas Berankis on Monday booking his second round clash with the Swiss.
He came close to quitting tennis earlier in the year, but his girlfriend, Jenny, convinced him to give it another go.
Rain saw a number of matches postponed on Tuesday, including that of Brit Heather Watson who was due to take on Annika Beck.
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Roger Federer has branded his new special move "SABR" - the sneak attack by Roger.
The new shot was invented by the 17-time major champion in Cincinnati last month where he charged his opponent's serve and hit half-volley returns from the edge of the service line.
The audacious move proved a hit with Federer and fans alike, with the Swiss continuing to unleash his latest weapon in tournaments ever since.
Federer eased into the US Open fourth round on Friday with a 6-3 6-4 6-4 win over Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber and after the match announced a name for his new stroke.
"We sort of came up with that name, sneak attack by Roger, SABR," Federer said.
"I don't know. Call it 'Fed-Attack', call it whatever you want, but I thought it was kind of funny.
"Today again it worked a couple of times. I didn't get that many second serves when I thought I could use it, but moving forward it's an option."
Roger Federer produced some magical tennis to sweep aside Bosnian Damir Dzumhur 6-1 6-3 6-3 in the sweltering heat on centre court.
The seven-times Wimbledon champion took only one hour and eight minutes to progress into the second round, and remains on course for his 18th Grand Slam.
Andy Murray's match against Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin is next up on the showpiece court.
Four-time Champion Roger Federer has been knocked out of the Australian Open in the third round.
Federer was beaten in Melbourne by Italian Andreas Seppi 4-6, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-7 (5-7).
Meanwhile Britain's Andy Murray went through after beating Portugal's Joao Sousa 6-1, 6-1, 7-5.
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Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer joined an elite club by claiming his 1,000th career win with a win over Canada's Milos Raonic in the final of the Brisbane International.
Only Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl had achieved the feat before in the Open era; Federer reached the landmark after seeing off Raonic 6-4 6-7 (2/7) 6-4.
The milestone will give Federer plenty of momentum heading into the Australian Open, which gets under way in Melbourne next Monday.
Fans who bought tickets for Sunday's ATP World Tour Finals event will receive a 60% refund after Rodger Federer pulled out of the men's final.
Federer was forced to withdraw from his eagerly anticipated showdown with world number one Novak Djokovic after suffering a back injury during his semi-final victory over Stan Wawrinka.
Andy Murray, who was thrashed by Federer earlier in the tournament, agreed to step in for a one set exhibition match with Djokovic, but organisers have agreed to reimburse fans.
A statement on the ATP World Tour website read:
"Following the unfortunate circumstances that prevented the singles final from taking place as part of the final session of the 2014 ATP World Tour Finals , all ticket holders who purchased regular tickets through authorised ticketing channels will receive an automatic 60% refund.
Customers will be contacted directly via their respective ticketing outlets with specific details on how they will receive their refund."
Andy Murray has been emphatically knocked out of tennis' ATP World Tour Finals after a punishing 6-0 6-1 defeat to Roger Federer.
The first set score at London's O2 Arena confirmed the British number one's tournament exit as he could no longer better the record of his inspired Swiss opponent nor his previous Group B conqueror Kei Nishikori.
Federer's dominance proved unrelenting as he raced into a 5-0 second set lead until Murray salvaged some pride and a few home court cheers by winning a game at the 12th attempt.
Both Federer and Nishikori progress to the semi finals of the competition, which features the year's top eight players only.