Andy Murray is in action at Wimbledon today, but everyone is still talking about Marcus Willis


The media had plenty of questions for Marcus Willis in the wake of his Centre Court clash with Roger Federer but one in particular caught him off guard.

Willis's girlfriend, Jennifer Bate, has been part of the world number 722´s story, talking him into carrying on with tennis rather than take a coaching job in America.

She was on Centre to watch the Federer match and afterwards, Willis was asked if he had any plans to make her Mrs Willis.

Jennifer Bate cheers on boyfriend Marcus Willis at Wimbledon
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"I haven't thought, to be honest. This whole few weeks has been a blur," he said, before adding with a smile: "Yeah, I do like her quite a bit."

Asked if reports she had been looking at pictures of wedding rings were premature, he said: "I think so. Got to keep her on her toes."

On the menu today

Andy Murray practices with coach Ivan Lendl
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Andy Murray returns to action against Yen-Hsun Lu, while Jo Konta has a tasty-looking match-up with Eugenie Bouchard. British pair Heather Watson and Dan Evans will look to finish their rain-affected games from Wednesday, while Grigor Dimitrov and Gilles Simon also come back to effectively start their second-round clash.

Who's toast today?

Garbine Muguruza celebrates after winning her opening match at Wimbledon
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French Open champion Garbine Muguruza came through a tough opener with Camilla Giorgi and should be up to the job of seeing off qualifier Jana Cepelova. They are split by 122 places in the rankings and a quick victory should be on the cards.

Haven't we met before?

Milos Raonic celebrates beating Pablo Carreno Busta at Wimbledon
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Milos Raonic is highly thought of and is working with John McEnroe which has boosted his profile further. He has won his only previous meeting with Andreas Seppi and he should make it two from two.

The best of British

Heather Watson looks on as rain forces her first round match to be delayed
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Away from Murray and Konta, Watson resumes against Annika Beck who injured herself on Wednesday, while Evans returns to court against Alexandr Dolgopolov. Jamie Murray will also hope to kick off his doubles campaign.

Centre court order of play

(Play starts at 1300)

Julien Benneteau v Kei Nishikori, Yen-Hsun Lu v Andy Murray and Eugenie Bouchard v Johanna Konta.