Wimbledon 2017: Jelena Ostapenko begins campaign with topsy-turvy three-set win over Aliaksandra Sasnovich
French Open winner Jelena Ostapenko next faces fellow 20-year-old Francoise Abanda from Canada.
Wimbledon 2017, Day 1 highlights: From Venus Williams' 'colour' violation to Naomi Osaka, the bullet train
Here's a look at some of the biggest off-court stories from Day 1 of Wimbledon 2017.
Andy Murray is in the midst of a remarkable crisis for a player who just eight months ago was sitting on top of the world after a golden year that including titles at Wimbledon, the Olympics and the ATP Tour Finals.
Thompson has never won a Tour title, while Andy Murray has 45, including three Grand Slams, to his credit.
Andy Murray's shock loss ended his 14-match winning streak on grass and his 10-match unbeaten run at Queen's.
Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray gears up for third title says, wants to make the most of every tournament
Andy Murray says that maybe the next couple of years are the last few where he has a chance to compete for the majors and the biggest tournaments. Raises doubts over how long he is going to play his best.
Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray to prepare for title defence with Queen's Club clash against Aljaz Bedene
Andy Murray heads into the grass-court campaign back in form after his run to the French Open semi-finals ended a frustrating period marred by problems with injuries and illness.
Yuki Bhambri steamrolled past local hero Ramkumar Ramanathan while Saketh Myneni fizzled out after early fight to bow out of ATP Chennai Open on Tuesday.
As Andy Murray watched a ferocious forehand from Kyle Edmund whistle past him, the world number two ruefully realised that the future of British tennis might finally be in good hands.
Serena Williams admitted Saturday that the health dangers posed by the Zika virus in Rio ahead of the Olympics are a serious concern while Novak Djokovic pleaded for the impact on Brazilians not to be under-estimated.
Eight-time winner Rafael Nadal and four-time finalist Roger Federer will line up against a pair of underpowered hopefuls in the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters.
The 25-year-old next faces another Spaniard and fifth seed Guillermo Garcia Lopez in the Chennai Open quarterfinals.
French fifth seed Benoit Paire handed two-time champion and third seed Cilic a 6-4 1-6 7-5 defeat in the quarter-final, which lasted one hour and 54 minutes.