Wimbledon 2018 kicked off on Monday with the action really heating up, just like the weather!
There will be no fears of rain at this years Championships, with the UK currently going through a heatwave with high temperatures set to stay for the duration of the tournament.
Here’s everything you need to know that happened on day one of Wimbledon.
Katie Swan into second round
Britain’s Katie Swan looked confident as she beat Irina-Camelia Begu of Romania 6-2, 6-2 to book her place in the second round.
US Open champ Stephens out in first round
The biggest casualty of the first day of the Championships was US Open champion Sloane Stephens, who was knocked out by world number 55 Donna Vekic.
Federer begins title defence with win
Roger Federer began his defence of his Wimbledon crown with a victory over Serbian Dusan Lajovic in only 79 minutes.
Serena Williams wins on Wimbledon return
724 days since her last win at Wimbledon, Serena Williams beat Arantxa Rus to claim her 87th win at the Championships. It wasn’t easy for the American, but she managed to get over the difficult first hurdle.
Wawrinka wins to avenge previous first round exit Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka beat Grigor Dimitrov to book his place in the second round, and also win in the exact spot where his season ended over 12 months ago. Wawrinka suffered an injury at Wimbledon last year, and was forced to end his season early.
Harriet Dart and Liam Broady both out
British pair Harriet Dart and Liam Broady both fought valiantly in their respective matches, but both players are now out of the tournament.
Lucky Fan receives Federer's headband
One lucky fan received Roger Federer’s headband after the Swiss star’s first round win. After taking a sign to the game, the lucky fan got their wish.
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