Maria Sharapova moved into the third round at Wimbledon on Wednesday by crushing Dutch qualifier Richel Hogenkamp on another steamy day in London.
That match took place on Court 2, and Sharapova's boyfriend, Grigor Dimitrov, earlier played on the same court.
He won in straight sets, too, over big-serving American Steve Johnson. Last year Dimitrov made the semifinals at Wimbledon, ousting Andy Murray.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic eased through to round three by overcoming Finnish veteran Jarkko Nieminen.
It was Nieminen's final Wimbledon and the ever gracious Djokovic applauded him off tennis' most famous court.
Djokovic faces a difficult third round match against Australia's Bernard Tomic, a former Wimbledon quarterfinalist who likes playing on grass.
Veteran Tommy Haas, left, might have played his final match at Wimbledon, too. He lost in four sets to Canadian Milos Raonic on Canada Day.
Raonic now has an intriguing clash with Aussie Nick Kyrgios. The controversial Kyrgios didn't have much trouble in disposing of Juan Monaco.
Kyrgios and Tomic are bound to have plenty of support from the "Fanatics" on Friday. They are a set of fans who root for the Aussies.
Among Wednesday's late matches, world No. 1 Serena Williams, right, cruised past Timea Babos.