Third break point for Djokovic in this second game and he takes it . 2-0 lead
Novak Djokovic and Andrey Golubev out on Centre Court
BRIT WATCH: Naomi Broady has lost the first set 6-2 to Timea Babos
David Ferrer has just won the third set against Pablo Carreno Busta, he leads 2-1
Everyone is looking ahead to a potential semi-final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, but the defending champion could meet Dimitrov in the quarter-finals and he will certainly take some beating.
"Queen's is in the past now, I appreciate that tournament but now we're at Wimby and we're competing at a higher level," says Grigor Dimitrov.
Dimitrov fluffs a simple backhand volley at the net to break to love and win the match. But he takes his second match point with a stretching forehand volley on the other side of the court. Magnificent performance from Dimitrov - 7-6(1) 6-3 6-2 winner in 1h 41m.
Dimitrov 5-2 in the third. One game away from the second round. Is the Queen's winner a contender this year?
And the Dreddy Tennis Show is over. Dustin Brown out in four sets to Marcos Baghdatis, who took the fourth-set tiebreaker 7-6(4)
Radek Stepanek, semi-finalist at Queen's, is two sets up against Pablo Cuevas
Dustin Brown and Marcos Baghdatis into a tie-breaker in the fourth. Baghdatis leads 5-3
Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor has taken Venus Williams to a third set. Time for Venus to level things up and turn into Venus-Williams Serena-Williams?
On Centre Court, Li Na breaks Paula Kania in the second game of the second set, having won the first 7-5. We're a step closer to seeing Novak Djokovic for the first time at Wimbledon this year - he's next on Centre...
BRIT WATCH: Dan Cox is OUT, losing in four sets to Jeremy Chardy
Grigor Dimitrov has taken the second set against Ryan Harrison.
BRIT WATCH: Dan Cox is serving to stay in the match against Jeremy Chardy...
Wild card Marcos Baghdatis looks destined for five sets against Dustin Brown. The Cypriot took the first two sets only for Brown - who knocked Rafael Nadal out on the grass of Halle earlier this month - to take the third and he's also a break up in the fourth.
UPSET: No.25 seed Andreas Seppi is OUT, losing in a dramatic five-setter to Leonardo Mayer in 3hr 15mins. Yet another seed falls on opening day.
Dimitrov saves second break point with fantastic sliced backhand drop-shot.
Looks like Laura got her wish, Dimitrov breaks to love out of nowhere but he's 0-40 down on his serve.
No problems for Bernard Tomic. He's through after a 6-4 6-3 6-3 win over Evgeny Donskoy
Dustin Brown, conqueror of Rafael Nadal at Halle, is two sets down to wild card Marcos Baghdatis but 5-2 up in the third on Court 12.
BRIT WATCH: Daniel Cox keeps his hopes alive as he takes his match against Jeremy Chardy into a fourth set, winning the third 7-6(6).
Over on No.2 Court, Venus Williams takes the first set from Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor 6-4 with an ace
Dimitrov with 90 percent of his first service points won.
Queen's winner Grigor Dimitrov takes the first set 7-6(1) against Ryan Harrison. A one-sided tie-break after a very even 12 games.
Grigor leads 3-1 in the tie-breaker
Grigor Dimitrov and Ryan Harrison into a tie-breaker in their first set, after 33 minutes on No.1 Court
Up next on Centre Court is Li Na, who faces Poland's Paula Kania in the first round of the Ladies singles.
After that, last year's beaten finalist Novak Djokovic will play Andrey Golubev.