Murray sets up two break points but sends them both long. Deuce in this seventh game.
Simple statement from Murray on Nadal's shock exit - "That's sport"
Thanks for following today's blog and here's to round two! Murray faces either Yen Hsun-Lu or fellow Brit James Ward.
Hello and welcome to Wimbledon day two. Andy Murray made it safely through last night but for the rest of the Brits it was the end of the road.
Laura Robson is in action later today but first up is Heather Watson, taking on highly rated youngster Madison Keys from the USA.
It's a battle of the young guns. Briton's number two Heather Watson, 21, faces USA number 6 Madison Keys, 18.
Watson is now ranked 56 in the world, four places below Keys, having slipped from 39 in the world after two months out with glandular fever. This should be a great match-up that could go either way.
Watson will get us underway.
She is certainly a big hitter, the 5'10 American. Goes 0-30 up on the Watson serve.
For those who haven't heard of Madison Keys, aged just 14 she beat Serena Williams! Also reached the Australian Open third round this year but is making her main draw debut at Wimbledon.
Big chance for Heather here, sets up THREE break points in the opening game of the set.
Fantastic cross-court forehand hits the line to prevent Keys racing 40-0 up.