>> Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Williams is challenging the court. Left baseline.>> All according to plan for the world number one, Serena Williams, easing past the first round at Wimbledon. The defending champion opened the court on day two of the championships. Reuters John Meanland has been analyzing every match but says Tuesday was one for the Brits.
>> Well day two is the day that all the British fans of course were really looking forward to. Andy Murray back on court, it was really a special day for Murray, it was the first time he's actually played against a British player at the tournament. That man was Liam Broady, world number 235.
As you'd expect, Murray dispatched him in straight sets. Next up for the Scots is Taiwanese player Yen
], the man who Murray beat at the Queens Club a couple of weeks ago. He's also through. He beat American teenager Taylor Fritz, that was in four sets too.
>> The other big name really to come out yesterday was Australia's Nick Kyrgios. He beat. The way he did it was absolutely flamboyant. Through the leg shot, lobbing as he called it, the hot dog shot. He makes it through to round two as well. Over in the women's draw, Serena Williams, defending champion, she's through.
But she's admitted herself it was quite a tough afternoon against Switzerland's Amra Sadikovic. Serena though, through to round two as you'd expect.>> I knew that going in. So that was, when you're prepared it's always a lot easier.>> Wasn't such a good day for former world number one though, Caroline Wozniacki.
She crashed out of the tournament to Svetlana Kuznetsova in straight sets and we've had a couple of British wildcards, unknowns performing well so far. Another one to look out for in round two will be Tara Moore the world 227 beating Alison van Uytvanck as she becomes the fourth Brit to reach the second round.