The first round at Wimbledon is now complete, with a mixed set of results for the British contingent.
After Katie Swans heroics on Monday, three more Brits came through on Day 2 to bolster the hopes of the home crowd.
Here we take a look back at the action on the second day, where there were eight home favourites on court.
British No. 1s fly the flag
There were no major hiccups for Kyle Edmund nor Johanna Konta as the pair progressed with straight sets wins.
Edmund defeated Australias Alex Bolt 6-2 6-3 7-5, while Konta downed Natalia Vikhlyantseva 7-5 7-6 (9-7).
Both struggled in the final sets, with Konta requiring six match points to see it out but theyre well on their way.
What Edmund said: Im really happy to get through. To get that out of the way is great.
It was a tricky third set but it shows how well I was playing and thinking to come back there.
What Konta said: First rounds are always tricky. The conditions were tricky, breezy and gusty, it didnt make it easy.
I am playing these Championships independent of what happened last year. I am a little wiser this year, working hard to be here for a full two weeks.
Jay Clarke comes agonisingly close
The 19-year-old Brit suffered an agonising defeat on his debut at the All England Club, going down to Ernests Gulbis in five sets.
Clarke pushed the Latvian – a former top-10 player – all the way but was ultimately beaten 6-4 3-6 6-7 6-3 4-6.
What Clarke said: Not happy at all, to be honest. Yeah, Im very sad with how it ended.
Gabriella Taylor downed by former finalist
After a difficult start, the young Brit battled back to take a set off former finalist Eugenie Bouchard – who had to qualify herself – but eventually lost 0-6 6-4 3-6.
What Taylor said: I thought it was amazing, incredible experience to, you know, have the opportunity for the first time in my life to play out here at Wimby in my first main draw Grand Slam. It was incredible experience, and today was just — it was a tough loss, but, you know, Im very happy with the home crowd support of me out there. It was great.
Katie Boulter battles through
The wildcard became the second British Katie into round two, with a fighting win over Veronica Cepede Royg.
Boulter was pegged back in the second set but ultimately came out on top with a 6-4 5-7 6-4 win.
Naomi Broady beaten by defending champion
Broady is without a match win at Wimbledon since 2014 and it was rather optimistic to expect her to defeat the defending champ Garbine Muguruza.
The 28-year-old did put up a good fight in the second but there was a gulf in class between them and the Spaniard advanced 6-2 7-5.
Watson ousted by in-form Flipkens
Heather Watson was defeated by Belgiums Kirsten Flipkens in straight sets.
Flipkens picked up an ITF title in Southsea prior to this event and clinched a 6-4 7-5 win in a tense encounter out on Court 14.
Katy Dunne loses to Grand Slam champion
Former French Open winner Jelena Ostapenko proved too strong for the 23-year-old.
The Latvian won 6-3 7-6 in the final match on Centre Court.