Andy Murray is safely through to second round of the men's singles after beating Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka.
He won his opening match 6-3, 6-3 on a noisy centre court three weeks to the day after he suffered his Wimbledon final loss to Roger Federer.
The world number one was in attendance, this time cheering on his fellow countryman.
The match had to played under the roof, like their epic five set WImbledon encounter in 2009, as heavy showers played havoc with the schedule on the second day of competition.
Murray secured the first break of serve in the eighth game of the opening set before holding his own, claming the set with a love game.
The home favourite continued to dominate in the second, securing a break of serve in the first game before holding his service games to win the match.
The Brit will now play either Finn Jarkko Nieminen or Somdev Devvarman of India in the second round.