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She then goes ahead with a running forehand for the second mini-break before the change of ends. Serena thinks she has the set won. McHale then goes on to win the game; , Serena now serving. Below is Serena's reaction to seeing what Hawk-Eye showed. Serena then recovers, flies through her game and she now leads with McHale to serve. Match point Venus Williams, and then this happens The rain strikes again. Pressure points when they do eventually come back out.
They were told there was a good two hours of dry weather so they opened the roof on Centre Court. Meanwhile, McHale is making it tricky for Williams to convert her service game. But then two break points are saved and Serena comes through against her opponent ranked in the '60s. Still a break down, mind. Williams McHale to serve , first set.
The players are still out there. But, Serena slammed down an ace in the middle of the third game and let out a big roar before taking her second service game after going to deuce. She trails with McHale to serve. That was a nervy opening game for Serena on Centre Court - a double fault and a couple of miscues. Let's call that a loosener Speaking to BBC after the game I beat one of the guys who is playing great tennis this season and I couldn't have expected this before today.
I am very happy. It is like my second or third career now after all the injuries. I was sad for the last two years and now I am enjoying playing tennis again. After dropping the first set over on Court 2, Nick Kyrgios is back in the groove and takes the second set in just 19 minutes.
Long rally, but then he lets a backhand float beyond the baseline. And a gorgeous backhand that just dies on the surface. And then wide from Wawrinka!
What an incredible win for del Potro, he's taken it in four sets. Double fault from Berdych and the pressure really is showing on the No 4 seed. Into the net, it's And then a big serve wide. The big points he's playing well in this fourth set so far. But then into the net again, another break point chance for Del Potro. Wawrinka on the edge here. On a rain hit day, good to see some sustained play on the outside courts here and Tomas Berdych and Jo Wilfried Tsonga have both taken the lead in their matches.
Ever reliable, the serve is the bedrock for Del Potro but he double faults at But it makes no odds, as he smashes an overhead to retake the lead. More stress and pressure being placed on Wawrinka's serve now. Strong backhand from way outside the court by Del Potro and forces the error from Wawrinka.
The Swiss hits back and Del Potro at the net but his volley flies into the tram lines. His forehand is growing, and Wawrinka flays one wide for Wide again, and a break point all of a sudden. What a time to deliver that from the two-time Grand Slam champion to stay alive here. The longer the rally the tenser it gets, Wawrinka changes pace and Del Potro low into the net. And long, a massive hold for the Swiss.
Long from Del Potro, a slight sniff for Wawrinka but Del Potro works the court brilliantly to level matters. And there's that serve again, it's huge.
Tense at , brilliant long rally but Del Potro just injects a little pace into the rally and glides to the net for an easy volley winner. And another easy hold for Del Potro. If he can carry on in this vein then he can really make Wawrinka sweat as this set goes on. Despite that fightback from Kastkina, Venus Williams takes the first set out on Court 1. Kyrgios and Brown are locked at in the first set on on Court 2. They're playing actual tennis on the outside courts now.
Meanwhile Venus has been pegged back to in the first set on Court 1. Wow, double fault from Wawrinka. Four set points for Del Potro, what terrible timing. The No 4 seed is crumbling, and he puts it long in the next point. Loose backhand from Del Potro sees him go long past the baseline, he's got away with one there on his second serve Wawrinka.
And then wide from the Swiss on the backhand, a mini break for the Argentine. And yet more powerful serving from Del Potro, gives him a two point lead. And he makes it three as Wawrinka hits the net. Then into the net on Del Potro's serve from the Swiss. And another huge serve from Del Potro, long from Wawrinka.
Del Potro's serve is proving ultra reliable right now. After four consecutive breaks at the start of the break, normal service has been resumed. Wawrinka works his way back to , but Del Potro's vicious serve brings it back.
Sniff of a chance here for Del Potro as he engineers , but Wawrinka is ruthless with his first serve and a quick counter-punch brings them level in the game. Wawrinka takes control, following the pattern of play that's been established in the last few games.
He holds to 15 and now must make Del Potro serve to stay into the set. Scoreboard pressure could tell here. Loose shots from Del Potro and then a powerful forehand winner down the line brings us deuce on the Argentine's shot.
Wawrinka toys with Del Potro, dominating the long rally but puts his forehand square into the net. He then lets a backhand go long and we're level again. A wonderful backhand winner from Wawrinka down the line gives him He seems to have overcome those demons that rattled his game in the second set. And that's a wrap on Court 1 all of a sudden I'm afraid. The rain is back, leaving Venus in complete control of the first set. The break points keep on coming, three more for Wawrinka.
But Del Potro finally wins a point on his own serve after losing seven in a row. Really goes to show how the Swiss has fairly self-destructed with all these errors. Oh and that's more like the old Del Potro, some crunching piledrivers on his forehand and a brutal winner down the line. Double fault at after a shanked forehand long and a window of an opportunity for the No 4 seed.
Into the net after a long rally and three break points for Wawrinka. And a stunning winner down the line from the Swiss, superb reaction to dropping that first game. The hangover carries on for Wawrinka, he's become tentative and uncertain with his approach play. An easy down the line winner, but he pumps it wide. Almost trying to hit it too hard and then he puts it long on the next point. Del Potro didn't have to sweat for that break. Unforced eerrors in that set, 8 from Del Potro but a massive 15 from Wawrinka.
Really reflects the way that went. The Argentine's serve has proved ultra reliable and has got him out of trouble a couple of times. It's all set up for an intriguing third set as Del Potro returns from his toilet break. Great passing shot from Wawrinka gives him an early lead in the game but Del Potro fires back and his big serve is proving so reliable. Gives him two set points. Wawrinka is serving to stay in the second set here. Not something you'd have envisaged writing half an hour ago.
Sloppy forehand from the Swiss goes into the tramlines But he levels matters with a big serve. But another error, and it's set point for Del Potro. First serve into the net, backhand wide from Wawrinka Another set point, we replay the point.
Wawrinka was already sat down. Serve goes long, strong serve back to deuce. Wawrinka nails the chalk with a forehand down the line to claim advantage. And he ties up the game. Too good from Wawrinka, massive forehand from the middle of the court right into corner. A sniff of a chance at but Del Potro makes himself tall at the net. And with all the court to aim at, Del Potro limply smacks the ball into the net.
Thrilling cross court rally is ended as Wawrinka's shot hits the top of the net and lands agonisingly on the wrong side for him. Del Potro nails on into the net, before a mph serve - the biggest of the tournament yet - brings him advantage again. He then screws a slice backhand into the net. Another massive serve down the middle. And then wide from Wawrinka. Huge hold there for the Argentine. And they've given up the ghost on Court 1 as the rain falls again.
Venus is up there in the first set. What a frustrating day, we have had virtually no play on any of the outside courts at all. It's Del Potro's turn for some loose shots, with one particularly wild forehand and the Swiss has some vital game points. He doesn't quite look in the zone out here, and this is a really impressive comeback from Del Potro.
More unforced errors from Wawrinka, he's getting a little edgy. Forehand into the net and it's another break point for Del Potro. We do have some play on Court 1, despite the outside courts being under cover. Venus Williams is in action against Daria Kasatkina.
At , Wawrinka lets off Del Potro by ploughing a huge forehand straight into the net. But into the net and he engineers a break point. Big serve out wide, reply into the net. And Del Potro's big serve sees him through the rest of the game. The covers did go off on the outside courts but they've been hurried back on with rain still in the air. Centre Court's roof has never looked so good.
His forehand still has that zip to it and Wawrinka is not often out hit but it is happening on occasion here. A couple of unforced errors and Del Potro forces deuce on his opponent's serve for the second time in a row. Some wild shots from the Swiss, almost like Del Potro's own big-hitting is forcing him out of his comfort zone. His serve comes to the rescue and he holds. Del Potro kicks off the second set, can he get some engine back into that backhand which looks to have taken the biggest hit from his enforced lay off?
Not quite, he's still slicing for the majority but he holds well. Some signs of the outstanding technique both possess as the two trade feather shots in the service boxes before Del Potro slams an overhead into an empty side of the court. Wawrinka double faults, and a mini chance at for Del Potro. Wide on a down the line forehand, and it sets up two precious break points.
And they're saved, some great hitting from the Swiss as Del Potro takes a little tumble on the surface. Points haven't settled into long rallies yet but it feels like both are settling into a rhythm. And when they do trade shots it is quickly becoming a slug fest, so much power and brawn on show.
The Argentine has roared back and he makes Wawrinka serve for the first set. Del Potro has so much power, but he's up against an opponent that he just cannot dominate for long periods. He gives as good as he's got Wawrinka and hits the fastest serve of the day so far too.
And it sees him through the rest of the game. Del Potro has woken up, some ferocious hitting from the baseline sees him dominate the rallies and he wraps up an important hold. Maybe too late for this set but he looks in the game finally. Simple enough so far for Wawrinka who looks untouchable on his own serve. Del Potro really just clinging on in this first set. His backhand looks to have lost quite the zip it once had. And the Swiss breaks serve, some loose shots from Del Potro - understandably so - and Wawrinka breaks to Sporting royalty in the shape of Alastair Cook.
Both key London figures. Graeme Le Saux is in there. Also F1 board member Sir Martin Sorrell. Serve is well on top here, short rallies and a fair bit of net play already. Easy hold for the Swiss. Reminder that this is Del Potro's first Major in two and a half years. Been a long road to recovery for the Argentine, who hit the heights of a semi-final appearance in , with his career wrecked by wrist injuries.
The roof is on and the players are out. Unfortunately it's a second round affair but rightly it's been given the full treatment by the tournament organisers. Play on the outside courts will not resume until 1: All England Club officials say that no decision has been taken as of yet.
It looks like the rain has stopped, the brollies have gone down and play may resume in a short while. The ground staff are gathering on Court 2 as they survey the situation but the cover remains on for now We'll use this stop in play to take a short break. It's only the warm-up, but the crowd are already cheering every shot between Kyrgios and Brown Rain, rain go away!
A frustrating sight across SW19 as the covers return with a vengeance. The Kyrgios-Brown match lasted only three points. The brollies are up in the stands, the rain is falling. Looks like Centre Court is our only prospect of some sustained play today. Dustin Brown begins as he means to go on - with an ace. He follows it up with a nonchalant volley over at the net The umbrellas go up and the rain comes down again. The covers are on and First up on Court 1 at 1pm, a really intriguing clash of styles between the injury stricken Juan Martin Del Potro and the Swiss powerhouse Stan Wawrinka.
Juan Martin del Potro winds up the serve ahead of his big showdown with Stan Wawrinka I have my eyes on Court 2 where it looks like they're re-fixing the net in the middle of the court, play should resume here very shortly while dark clouds continue to hover on the horizon. Feel this could be one of those days. Up first on the main outside court is the eye-catching clash between Nick Kyrgios and Dustin Brown. Promises to be a belter. It was routine enough for Andy Murray on Centre Court, overturning an early break of serve to prevail in straight sets over Yen-Huan Lu.
He returns to action tomorrow against Australian John Millman. Meanwhile, he's hitting the practice court with his coach Ivan Lendl. We could have some play very soon!
We said an I hate to be the bearer of bad news but play has indeed been delayed by the wet stuff. Play will not start until The patchy rain and drizzle is expected to continue but should clear away after lunchtime and we might actually get some sunny spells! The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
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