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Wimbledon 2006


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Live second-round coverage continues from the All England Club in south-west London.
On this day last year. Britain's
Andrew Murray , then ranked in the world, pulled off a shock 6-4,6-4, 6-4 win against 14th seed Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic. Since then, the Scot has emerged as a player with huge potential and will be confident of at least emulating 2005's passage to the third round. Meanwhile, this year's French Open champion Rafael Nadal of Spain slipped to a 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 defeat to Gilles Muller of Luxembourg.
In the ladies' draw, the biggest second-round casualty was the number 11 seed Vera Zvonareva of Russia, who lost to the unseeded Czech Republic player Kveta Peschke.
Presented by Sue Barker.
(HD - live Centre and Number One
Court coverage only)
Digital viewers can select action from up to five other courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. For live commentary from Radio Five Live, news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbiedon


Unknown: Andrew Murray
Unknown: Radek Stepanek
Unknown: Rafael Nadal
Unknown: Gilles Muller
Unknown: Vera Zvonareva
Unknown: Kveta Peschke.
Presented By: Sue Barker.

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