Here come the girls-and there they go again.
WOMEN EXITS MONDAY: Laura Robson The 16-year-old lost 6-3 7-6 to world number three Jelena Jankovic but kept the Centre Court crowd on the edge of their seats. MONDAY: Melanie South With both knees taped up, South never looked as though she would threaten Russian Regina Kulikova, and she was crushed 6-1 6-2. MONDAY: Katie O'Brien Ukrainian Alona Bondarenko, as the 28th seed, was always expected to prove too strong for Yorkshire player O'Brien. But it was close in the end,6-3 6-7 6-4.
MONDAY: Elena Baltacha The British number one began as favourite against 19-year-old Croatian Petra Martic. And when Baltacha went a set and a break up, all was going according to expectations. Then Baltacha froze, later admitting the nerves got to her, and Martic capitalised, running out a 2-6 7-5 6-3 winner.
TUESDAY: Anne Keothavong Keothavong had victory in her sights at 4-0 up in the deciding set against Australian Anastasia Rodionova, but dropped six straight games to lose 3-6 6-2 6-4. Despite admitting she could not handle the pressure, Keothavong said: "I don't think British players have a temperament problem at all."
TUESDAY: Heather Watson The US Open girls' champion lost 6-4 1-6 6-3 to Italian Romina Sarina Oprandi.
Anne Keothavong fees the heat at Wimbledon