Euros, rain and naughty language: the key moments from day two at Wimbledon

Too busy watching the latest on the country's politics? Or still commiserating over England's Euro 2016 defeat last night? Then here's what you missed from day two at Wimbledon...

1. Following England's Euros loss, Andy Murray said he was backing either Germany or Italy to win the tournament.

2. The first rain of the 2016 Championships saw several matches abandoned, including that of top ranked British woman Johanna Konta.

Rain didn't put Johanna Konta off her game.
Rain didn't put Johanna Konta off her game (Steve Paston/PA)

3. Kim Murray arrived at Wimbledon pushing a pram. Her and Andy Murray's four-month-old daughter, Sophia, made their first appearance at the tournament.

4. Australia's Nick Kyrgios received a warning for a language violation. Asked if he subsequently smoothed things over with the umpire, he said: " "Yes, we're good. Well, we're not good, but...."

Things got tense for Nick Kyrgios.
Things got tense for Nick Kyrgios (Adam Davy/PA)

5. A total of 37,987 people attended, down 4,204 on the same day last year.

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