In the absence of the now-retired defending ladies champion Marion Bartoli, the honour of opening Centre Court on Day Two will fall instead to last year's runner-up Sabine Lisicki. She will be on court at 1pm against Israel's Julia Glushko, who is playing her first match at Wimbledon.
Wawrinka is serving for the second set, and moves into a 15-0 lead by the tiniest of margins. Hawkeye says his serve was in on the left tramline, but even zoomed in to the max, that's a tiny sliver of a ball that's touched the line. Joao Sousa keeps his focus to save two set points, but the third one is a vicious serve down the middle that bashes past him and into the backboard. Wawrinka leads two sets to love.
Motivated by his wife's presence, Lleyton Hewitt breaks back in the second set against Michal Przysiezny. It's going on serve again, Hewitt having won the first set.
In the ladies' draw, No.20 seed Andrea Petkovic wins the first set 6-1 against Poland's Katarzyna Piter, despite 14 unforced errors.
No.15 seed Jerzy Janowicz is up against it, too, having lost the first set 6-4 to world No.125 Somdev Devvarman of India.
Lleyton Hewitt, who won here in 2002 and has reached the last eight five times in total, has not advanced beyond the second round since 2010. He's a break down in the second set against Michal Przysiezny, having won the first.
No.30 seed Marcel Granollers moves into a one-set lead in his match against Nicolas Mahut on Court 10. Just one unforced error from the Spaniard in that 6-4 set victory.
Stan Wawrinka takes the first set against Joao Sousa. The big-serving Portuguese is not going to be a pushover, however.
Over on Court 3, Lleyton Hewitt takes the first set against Michal Przysiezny 6-2 in just 27 minutes.
Sousa holds to love for the third time in the match - but he's a break down and Wawrinka will serve for the first set at 5-3.
Portugal's Joao Sousa is serving to stay in the first set against Stanislas Wawrinka, trailing 5-2.
At 1pm, the big guns get underway on Centre Court and Court 1, including Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams and last year’s beaten finalist Sabine Lisicki. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga finishes his rain-delayed match, while Rafael Nadal is also in action – and he could set up a rematch with Lukas Rosol, the man who knocked him out in the second round two years ago. Be sure to tune in.
Morning everyone and welcome to ESPN’s live coverage of day two at Wimbledon.
Aaaaaand he's gone. Dan Evans the latest British casualty at Wimbledon, losing in four sets to Kuznetsov
BRIT WATCH: Dan Evans into a tie-breaker with Kuznetsov in the fourth set.
BRIT WATCH: Sigh, another one out. Disappointment for Kyle Edmund as he goes down 6-3 7-6(4) 6-2 to Austria's Andreas Haider-Maurer.
Break point Djokovic and he has it. Will serve for the match
Golubev saves three break points and holds for a 4-3 lead in the third.
On serve in the third set between Djokovic and Golubev, who leads 3-2
Novak Djokovic takes the second set against Andrey Golubev 6-1 in just 23 minutes
Centre Court erupts as Golubev finally wins a game. No smile from him, however.
Golubev still not on the scoreboard. Djokovic leads 6-0 5-0 after 41 minutes
Djokovic with the BAGEL and he's on course for another, the hungry chap. Leads 3-0 in the second
We could be in for a BAGEL on Centre Court. Novak Djokovic has cruised into a 5-0 lead.
BRIT WATCH: Naomi Broady into a second-set tie-break with Babos. Leads 3-1