Wimbledon 2013 play resumes on Thursday with top seed men Novak Djokovic playing Amerian Bobby Reynolds on Centre Court.
After another day of upsets which included the shocking departure of the No. 3 seeded man and woman, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova, the tournament continues with the hope that the best players will be able to advance to the next round.
Rafael Nadal, who is always in contention to win it all, was eliminated on the first round in one of the biggest upsets the tournament has ever seen.
This Wimbledon has seen some of the most shocking departures in early rounds.
Today, No. 8 seed Juan Martin Del Potro, from Argentina, starts off the day on the main court against Jessie Levine. The women's No.4 seed Agnieszka Radwanska will face Mathilde Johansson.
ESPN has full exclusive coverage of the tournament on TV and online. ESPN and ESPN 2 will share the matches during the day with coverage beginning at 7 a.m. ET.
Wimbledon 2013 Centre Court matches will be shown on ESPN while ESPN 2 will broadcast the rest of the action.
To watch action online WatchESPN.com will cover the tournament with live streams of the important matches of the day.
Additionally Wimbledon's official website is offering many different ways to not only watch the tournament, but listen to it on the radio and live video as well.
Some highlights from today's play are:
Men's SinglesNovak Djokovic vs. Bobby ReynoldsDavid Ferrer vs. Roberto Bautista AgutTomas Berdych vs. Daniel BrandsJuan Martin Del Potro vs. Jesse LevineTommy Haas vs. Jimmy Wang
Serena Williams vs. Carolina GarciaAgnieszka Radwanska vs. Mathilde JohanssonNa Li vs vs. Simona Halep
Wimbledon 2013 has not only been shocking because of the early departure of the top seeds, but because of the high number of players that have pulled out due to injuries. So far, 10 players have withdrawn.
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