Middleton surprised Wimbledon fans by initially taking a seat not in the royal box at centre court but at an outer tennis court in the regular stands, beside British tennis players Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong, to watch Harriet Dart play Christina McHale.
At an engagement at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, south-west London, she asked Lawn Tennis Association coach Sam Richardson for tips on how to teach the game to four-year-old George.
Sadly, the much hyped 19-year-old Paul Jubb, an orphan who was brought up by his grandmother on a Hull council estate, lost his debut Wimbledon appearance. I didn't sleep too well the night before I played Noah (Rubin in a first-round singles match) but hopefully, she understands why I did it.
Van Uytvanck is no slouch on grass. It is not known whether Meghan will accompany Kate if she decides to watch the match. Khareesha told the magazine, "I am shy and she said that's where she goes when she's shy - in the tent". "I had to make sure I made a lot of returns".
Federer, moving freely and with typical grace, wrapped up the first set in 28 minutes en route to a 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 6-2 triumph on No.1 Court.
We are loving her summer style at Wimbledon and thought she could not have picked a more appropriate outfit for the event.
Two games later, Kvitova saved three set points to level for 5-5 and it was a setback Mladenovic could not recover from.
Stephens, Johnson win on American Independence Day: Meanwhile, Sloane Stephens and Steve Johnson got American Independence Day underway by booking their places in the third round of Wimbledon on Thursday. Federer now has 97 wins under his belt.Earlier in the day, Japanese player Kei Nishikori cruised into the third round after defeating British player Cameron Norrie 6-4, 6-4, 6-0.