Britain's tennis success has continued as Heather Watson became the first British woman to reach Wimbledon's third round in a decade.
The 20-year-old from Guernsey overcame America's Jamie Lee Hampton with a 6-1 6-4 win.
Watson screamed with joy as she won, watched by Fed Cup captain Judy Murray and senior figures from the Lawn Tennis Association.
The British number three becomes the first Brit with a place in the third round of Wimbledon, following Tuesday's homegrown success in the grand slam event.
Andy Murray's victory over Nikolay Davydenko was part of Britain's most successful start since 2006, when seven Britons made it through to the second round.
Five Britons made it through to the second round this year, which could be six if Jamie Baker beats Andy Roddick when their match continues later.
Murray joined James Ward and women Elena Baltacha and Anne Keothavong in the second round. Baker will continue his match against Roddick after it was suspended while he was a set down.
Other Britons Laura Robson, Johanna Konta and Naomi Broady have all fallen by the wayside, along with Josh Goodall and Oli Golding.
Organisers said 43,917 attended the club on Tuesday, down 524 on the same day last year. So far 85,738 people have attended the championships.
Bookmakers William Hill said bets on Murray surged after his successful start. The bookie is offering 10/1 that Murray wins the championship, although he is tipped to exit at the semi-final stage at 15/8.