Yesterday, we discussed that every day we will share some life enhancers, starting with Rincón de la Subbetica olive oil and Chris Colfer’s Land of Stories series. Today, let’s make a recipe for scotch bonnet sauce from Craig and Shaun McAnuff’s Flava Original Jamaican Cookbook: Scotch bonnet peppers, lemon juice, salt, mix – I’m addicted – and an extremely unknown Netflix series, Suburra.
I was hoping we would enjoy a slightly better matchBut I really enjoyed Sloane Stephens’ performance against Petra Kvitova. She moves wonderfully and she’s good enough to do something here, if she feels good and hits the ball well.
Also yesterday, Jack Draper took the first set against Novak Djokovic, And with his left-handed service swing, forehand, and relentless tenacity, it looks like he could turn into a player.
One of the highlights yesterday was Francis Tiafoe saying goodbye to Stefanos Tsitsipas. Obviously it’s a shame we don’t see more of the latter, the sooner he acclimatizes his rrrrridic game to grass the better, but Tiafoe is a top-notch talent who seemed to have stalled. But he still has time to explore the outer limits of his talent, hopefully Wayne Ferreira, his new coach will help him with that, and this was a great start.
Weather update: yes stay with me for more invigorating nuggets. Regardless, it is currently gray but dry, although it seems likely that it will rain at lunchtime (and on Fridays and Saturdays). Coming soon: ’80s kids’ TV and Monster Munch downsized.
Order of play on the exhibition court
Center court (from 1.30 pm BST)
Ashleigh barty  v Carla Suarez Navarro
Roger Federer vs. Adrian Mannarino
Aliaksandra Sasnovich vs. Serena Williams 
Court No1 (from 1:00 p.m. BST)
Tallon Griekspoor vs. Alexander Zverev
Angelique kerber  on Nina Stojanovic
Jan-Lennard Struff in Daniil Medvedev 
It feels strange to set up today reminiscing about the past, but seriously, how good was it to see Andy Murray again roaring, punching, and swinging his fists? In a way, it hardly mattered that he won … except that he won, so it absolutely mattered, a lesson in drive, suffering, and love.
Today we’ll see more of the same from Serena Williams, her former doubles partner, and Roger Federer, her long-time sparring partner, as they seek to establish themselves as the best at doing it. Serena is one individual major behind Margaret Court, while Federer is on the same level as Rafael Nadal and one ahead of Novak Djokovic, both are running out of time. But they’re both never more at home than on the center court grass, and for those of us lucky enough to see them, at this point it’s more about enjoying them than winning … unless they win.
And on top of all that, we have Venus Willliams, Ash Barty, Daniil Medvedev, Alex Zverev, Coco Gauff, Dan Evans, Barbora Krejcikova, and Nick Kyrgios … along with an absolute panoply of others. Welcome to the second day of Wimbledon 2021!
Game: 11 a. M. BST on the outside courts, 1 p. M. BST on court No1 and 1.30 p. M. BST on center court
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