So having seen favourites Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova win their Centre Court matches in straight sets, can Andy Murray now follow suit?
German Benjamin Becker, ranked 92 in the world, is the opponent. The pair have only met once before but that was a couple of weeks ago as Murray beat him on his way to winning the trophy at Queen's Club.
Murray and Becker knocking up now. The Scot was so frustrated to miss the last Grand Slam with a back injury forcing him to miss the French Open so he is sure to be raring to go today. Last time Murray was out here on Centre? Winning the Olympic gold medal.
Long rally to open the match, Murray takes the first point of his journey in the tournament!
Murray lets a 30-0 lead slip, Becker back to 30-30.
Potential opportunity as Becker slices into the net to give Murray a 30-0 lead against the serve.
Oh dear. Robson works her way into a brilliant position but a simple dink over the net goes wrong to give Kirilenko the lead in game three.
You get the feeling it is a must win game for Kirilenko now, but she goes 0-15 down. Everything going right for Robson at the moment. Can she keep this up?
TRIPLE break point for Robson. This could be huge.
Great second serve at 30-40 and now Kirilenko forces deuce.
Robson hits her seventh ace to take the initiative in this service game. 30-0 up.
Two game points go begging as the Russian forces deuce on the Robson serve.
A fabulous rally, capped by Robson sending one down the line to level up at 30-30.
Hello and welcome to today's live Wimbledon blog. It is Andy Murray time again, this time on Court One as he faces Yen-Hsun Lu.
The pair have met twice before, with Lu winning at the Beijing Olympics while Murray won the only other match back in 2010.
Andy Murray gets us underway and wins the first point!