WIMBLEDON 2012 LIVE: Follow all the latest news from day four at the Championships
11:07 GMT, 28 June 2012
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12.05: Laura Robson is out there on the practice courts. She is in doubles action with Heather Watson later.
11.57: Errani has taken the first two games on Court Two. There are still thousands of empty seats by the way.
11.50: Keothavong is under way in her match. She's right up against it though
11.45: I'm watching pictures of Virginia Wade and John Lloyd speaking with Sue Barker, with people in the background setting up picnics and trying to gain a good vantage point in front of the big screen. Pure Middle England.
11.35: Rafael Nadal is also in action later, against Czech player Lukas Rosol. Whisper it quietly, but this might just be the most interesting day of the tournament so far.
11.25: There's plenty of British interest on this fourth day. James Ward takes on Mardy Fish first up on Court One. Anne Keothavong plays Sara Errani first on Court Two, and that match begins shortly.
11.15: It's an absolutely lovely day here in London by the way. It feels genuinely hot out there.
Fan-tastic: There were long queues again outside Wimbledon on the fourth day of the tournament
11.10: Come on, Andy. That's something that might well be heard at Wimbledon today. Murray is in second round action against Ivo Karlovic. To mark your card timings wise, the match is second on Centre Court after Serena Williams plays Melinda Czink. With that first match beginning at 1pm, we expect Murray to begin some time between 2pm and 3pm.
11.00: If I'm not mistaken, the time has ticked round to eleven o'clock. It's time for day four of Wimbledon. Yes. you're invited too.
Raring to go: Andy Murray (left) takes on Ivo Karlovic for a place in the third round of Wimbledon