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The French Open champion's backhand around the net was just one of 59 winners on his route to glory 

Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates beating Tommy Robredo of Spain

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray continues serene progress

Home-favourite win 6-2 6-4 7-5 as he cruises past Spaniard on Centre Court

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Andy Murray wins in straight sets to reach third round

Wimbledon 2013: Roger Federer will never be as consistent again, says Andy Murray

British No 1 feels that last year's champion's consistency and domination will never be matched though he does expect the Swiss to bounce back

Laura Robson plays her second round on the Centre Court today

Wimbledon 2013: Laura Robson faces two matches in two days

Laura Robson is facing the prospect of having to win two matches in two days if she is to make it to the second week of Wimbledon for the first time. Rain started to fall shortly before the 19-year-old Briton was due to start her second-round match against Colombia's Mariana Duque-Marino on No 2 Court and play was eventually called off for the day before the two women could strike a ball in anger.

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic's bid to make final looks far tougher than previously thought

When the draw for Wimbledon was made a week ago, the common consensus was that the biggest winner was Novak Djokovic. While Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer would have to fight it out in the other half of the draw, the highest-ranked player in the 26-year-old Serb's section was David Ferrer, who has just one quarter-final appearance to show from 10 visits here.

Andy Murray practicing on his day-off ahead of his third round match with Tommy Robredo

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray tips Roger Federer to bounce back following his shock early exit

British No 1 believes Federer will remain a threat to future tournaments despite seeing his consecutive quarter-final record come to an end

Maria Sharapova continually struggled to keep her footing and complained to an umpire that the court was ‘dangerous’ as she exited the tournament

Wimbledon Wobble Watch: Who's crashing out, slipping over - and what the players are saying about the courts

Who are the latest player's to drop out of the SW19 tournament? Find out here...

Wimbledon 2013: It's Christmas for Serena Williams as major rivals Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka make early exit

Serena Williams must think it's Christmas. Already favourite to win a sixth Wimbledon singles crown, her odds tumbled dramatically after a day of carnage, which saw third seed Maria Sharapova top the list of casualties, albeit on foot, if only just.

Shock: Roger Federer was defeat by unheralded Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky

Wimbledon 2013: Flat Roger Federer taught lesson by old-school Sergiy Stakhovsky - ranked 116 in the world

Ukrainian's serve-and-volleying style too hot for Wimbledon champion to handle

Laura Robson can barely believe that she's just won

Wimbledon 2013: Laura Robson's wonder win spares Brit blushes at SW19

The 19-year-old beats No 10 seed in straight sets – but only her and Andy Murray keep home hopes alive

Lee Westwood takes time out ahead of The Open

Lee Westwood has withdrawn from next week's Alstom French Open to rest his lethargic limbs ahead of The Open.

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Wimbledon 2013: Steve Darcis enjoying time in the limelight following shock win over Rafael Nadal

Ranked 135 in the world, he stunned the two-time former champion

Steve Darcis celebrates beating Rafael Nadal

Wimbledon 2013: Defeat for weary Rafael Nadal against Steve Darcis was all too predictable

The Spaniard lost in the first round having just won the French Open

Rafael Nadal was beaten in straight sets by Steve Darcis

James Lawton at Wimbledon 2013: Rafael Nadal badly out of tune as Nowhere Man Steve Darcis seizes his chance

'It happens that this is sport. I tried my best but it was not possible for me'

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