Day 3 at Wimbledon
Day 3 at Wimbledon saw some rain, some awseome cheering, a royal guest and of course good tennis action.
Day 3 at Wimbledon saw some rain, some awseome cheering, a royal guest and of course some good tennis action. (All images from AFP)
Romanian player Victor Hanescu returns the ball to US player Andy Roddick during their men's single match.
US player Andy Roddick returns the ball during his win to Romanian player Victor Hanescu during their men's single match.
Supporters of Argentine player Juan Martin Del Potro watch him play against Belgian player Olivier Rochus in a men's singles match at the 2011 Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Tennis Club, in south-west London. The match will resume on Thursday.
Briton Andy Murray didn't have too much trouble disposing off German player Tobias Kamke in a round 2 match.
Kim Sears, partner of British player Andy Murray, was there to watch him play against German player Tobias Kamke.
Despite trying hard, German Tobias Kamke could not stand tall against Briton Andy Murray as he lost in straight sets in a men's singles match.
It was all too easy for World No.1 Rafael Nadal as he swept aside American Ryan Sweeting in a round 2 match.
Apart from his several other supporters, Rafael Nadal also had his girlfriend Maria Francisca Perello in the stands to watch him play American Ryan Sweeting.
Italian player Simone Bolelli was overjoyed after overcoming Swiss player Stanislas Wawrinka in their men's single match.
French player Gael Monfils was stretched to 4 sets by Sloven player Grega Zemlja in a men's singles round 2 match.
Russia's Elena Vesnina fought hard in the 2nd set but could not upset Russian Vera Zvonareva in a women's singles match.
Camilla, wife of Prince Charles, and The Duchess of Cornwall applauds after US player Venus Williams defeated Japan's Kimiko Date-Krumm in the women's singles.
Venus Williams returns the ball to Japan's Kimiko Date-Krumm, who made the American sweat hard, taking the game to 3 sets before exiting the championship.
Japanese player Kimiko Date-Krumm had every reason to be disappointed after ending up on the losing side despite playing fantastically against Venus Williams.
Camilla, wife of Prince Charles, and The Duchess of Cornwall (L) shakes hands with Adam Tomes as she meets ball boys and girls on the third day of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Tennis Club, in southwest London.
The cover is pulled away as the game resumes at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Tennis Club, in southwest London after a delayed start due to rain.
Tennis fans wait for the rain to clear on Court 2 as the start of play is delayed on the third day of the 2011 Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Tennis Club, in south-west London.