ONE Briton is through, another was knocked out, and two of the biggest names in the women's game also fell by the wayside as the first round neared completion.
If Andy Murray is going to win a record-equalling fourth title at Queen's Club then he's going to have to do it the hard way by winning twice in one day.
ANDY MURRAY is used to having a nation behind him, especially when he plays at home, but today at Queen's Club, he will be in the unusual position of seeing a familiar face plotting his downfall.
IT says a lot about the attitude of Rafael Nadal that even on a day when he was beaten in the first round of the singles, he should postpone a few days of his beloved fishing in Mallorca to help out a mate.
A Canadian hasn't faced this level of press scrutiny in the USA since Wayne Gretzky was traded to the Los Angeles Kings or that time when Justin Bieber was arrested for a DUI.