Top three contenders of Wimbledon 2015 in the men's singles -- Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal -- will be in action on the second day of the competition.
Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka progressed to the second round of the competition as expected on the opening day of Wimbledon.
Federer, who lost to Djokovic in the finals of Wimbledon 2014, will face Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia, and the Swiss should cruise through. Federer has been one of the best players on grass and his seven Wimbledon titles bear testimony to the fact.
"If I look at last year, I see more the positives than actually the heart-breaking loss in the final," AFP quoted Federer as saying.
"It goes to show that last year, I wasn't playing great and I made the finals. Whereas now I feel my game is better. I can really aim for Wimbledon this year. I feel like I see a big picture more now."
Second seed Federer is going for his eighth Wimbledon title and if he gets his rhythm right, there is no player who can defeat the Swiss ace. Federer is not going to be short of confidence as he won the Gerry Weber Open last week in an impressive manner.
Apart from Federer, Murray, who will be backed by his fans, will be eager to start the competition in the right note and get in perfect shape when the business end of the competition starts.
Murray faces Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan in the first round. Kukushkin, ranked 58, has faced Murray twice in his career, but lost on both the occasions and it will be a matter of shock if he registers his first victory over Murray in this competition.
But Kukushkin is not be taken lightly by Murray.
Coming to Nadal, he has not been impressive this season, despite winning Argentina Open and Mercedes Cup. Nadal was knocked out in the second round of the Gerry Weber Open recently as well, which does not auger well and in fact shows his slide in form over the years.
Hence, Nadal has been seeded 10th in the competition.
But make no mistake, as Nadal is one of the biggest threats in the competition and players such as Djokovic, Murray, Wawrinka and Federer are still aware of his potential.
Nadal's first round opponent is Thomaz Bellucci, who has lost his last four games against the Spaniard.
Some other interesting matches on the second day of the championship are Gael Monfils vs Pablo Carreno Busta and Tomas Berdych vs Jeremy Chardy amongst others.
Where to Watch Live
Day 2 of the prestigious Wimbledon 2015 is scheduled for a 11.30 am BST (4 pm IST, 6.30 am ET) start. The matches at Centre Court and No.1 Court will begin at 1 pm local time (5.30 pm IST, 8 am ET).
Audience in the US can catch the matches live on ESPN Network while the second day action of the finest Grand Slam of the year can also be live streamed on Watch ESPN.
Australia viewers can watch Day 2 of Wimbledon live on Channel 7, while the live streaming option for the matches is on 7tennis.