Great Britain's Kyle Edmund has lost 6-2 7-5 6-4 to Adrian Mannarino of France in the first round at Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic built himself a solid platform for victory by coolly beating James Ward in the first set without dropping a game.
Ward had no answer to the world No.1 who breezily won the opening set on centre court.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic is on centre court at Wimbledon where he faces James Ward in the opening round as the Serbian looks to add another title to his collection.
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As this year's Wimbledon tennis championship gets underway, pupils at a school in Wandsworth, have been getting some special coaching from Jamie and Judy Murray.
Judy, who coached both of her champion sons Andy and Jamie early in their careers, actively encouraged the children as they practiced their skills during the masterclass on Court 20 at Wimbledon.
The nine and ten year-olds from St Michaels school were given various tips from the pair, including racket and ball control, and took part in tennis drills and short games.
Wimbledon begins on Monday, with last year's champion Novak Djokovic opening his title defence against Britain's James Ward.
The top seed will play on Centre Court, while seven-time champion Roger Federer is also in action on the opening day.
Britain's Andy Murray, the 2013 champion, begins his campaign on Tuesday.
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Britain's Laura Robson has been given a wild card to play in the main draw at Wimbledon later this month.
Robson reached the last 16 at the All England Club in 2013 but her career has since been ravaged by a recurring wrist injury.
Ranked 308th in the world, she has shown glimpses of a return to form in recent weeks but is still struggling for consistency, her best win this year coming against world number 117 Klara Koukalova.
The 22-year-old has been using her protected ranking, a privilege extended to players coming back from long-term injuries, to enter major tournaments but after Wimbledon she will have to qualify by right.
Fellow Britons Tara Moore and Katie Swan, the promising 17-year-old, have also been given Wimbledon wild cards along with Liam Broady, James Ward and Alex Ward in the men's singles.