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Wimbledon Day 2 Photo Gallery

What did the stars of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour get up to on and off the court on Day 2 of The Championships?

Published June 23, 2009 11:59

Kimiko Date Krumm, 38, was up 75 31 against world No.9 Caroline Wozniacki before falling, 57 63 61.
Kimiko Date Krumm, 38, was up 75 31 against world No.9 Caroline Wozniacki before falling, 57 63 61.
Venus Williams hit 29 winners to just 11 errors as she beat Stefanie Voegele in the first round.
Venus Williams hit 29 winners to just 11 errors as she beat Stefanie Voegele in the first round.
Ana Ivanovic was forced to save match points during a 57 62 86 nail-biter over Czech Lucie Hradecka.
Ana Ivanovic was forced to save match points during a 57 62 86 nail-biter over Czech Lucie Hradecka.
Kristina Kucova became a lucky loser at the late withdrawal of Katarina Srebotnik and made the most of it with a three set win over qualifier Aiko Nakamura.
Kristina Kucova became a lucky loser at the late withdrawal of Katarina Srebotnik and made the most of it with a three set win over qualifier Aiko Nakamura.
Victoria Azarenka, the No.8 seed, signed some autographs for her many fans during her day off.
Victoria Azarenka, the No.8 seed, signed some autographs for her many fans during her day off.
British No.1 Anne Keothavong was beaten in the first round by Austria's Patricia Mayr.
British No.1 Anne Keothavong was beaten in the first round by Austria's Patricia Mayr.
British No.2 Elena Baltacha battled past Alona Bondarenko and let her emotions show after the victory.
British No.2 Elena Baltacha battled past Alona Bondarenko and let her emotions show after the victory.
A view of the outside courts as the first round came to a close on Day 2 of The Championships.
A view of the outside courts as the first round came to a close on Day 2 of The Championships.
Amélie Mauresmo, the 2006 Wimbledon champion, was pushed to three but was able to get by Melinda Czink.
Amélie Mauresmo, the 2006 Wimbledon champion, was pushed to three but was able to get by Melinda Czink.
Flavia Pennetta, the No.15 seed, lost the first set but rallied to beat Nuria Llagostera Vives, 36 61 60.
Flavia Pennetta, the No.15 seed, lost the first set but rallied to beat Nuria Llagostera Vives, 36 61 60.
  • Kimiko Date Krumm, 38, was up 75 31 against world No.9 Caroline Wozniacki before falling, 57 63 61.
  • Venus Williams hit 29 winners to just 11 errors as she beat Stefanie Voegele in the first round.
  • Ana Ivanovic was forced to save match points during a 57 62 86 nail-biter over Czech Lucie Hradecka.
  • Kristina Kucova became a lucky loser at the late withdrawal of Katarina Srebotnik and made the most of it with a three set win over qualifier Aiko Nakamura.
  • Victoria Azarenka, the No.8 seed, signed some autographs for her many fans during her day off.
  • British No.1 Anne Keothavong was beaten in the first round by Austria's Patricia Mayr.
  • British No.2 Elena Baltacha battled past Alona Bondarenko and let her emotions show after the victory.
  • A view of the outside courts as the first round came to a close on Day 2 of The Championships.
  • Amélie Mauresmo, the 2006 Wimbledon champion, was pushed to three but was able to get by Melinda Czink.
  • Flavia Pennetta, the No.15 seed, lost the first set but rallied to beat Nuria Llagostera Vives, 36 61 60.
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