British number one tennis player Andy Murray opened his 2012 Wimbledon campaign by producing a near-faultless display during a crushing victory over unknown Russian Davy Denko.
Fourth seed Murray dominated Denko with huge serves and beautifully-accurate forehands to win 6-1 6-1 6-4 in only 92 minutes. The sour-faced and cabbage-soup-eating Russian player will have to up his game if he is to make his mark in the world of tennis.
It was Murray's first win on grass this year, and he showed absolutely no signs of injury. But wait.
By the time the tournament reaches its second week, however, the Scot is sure to have developed some injury or other, which will then figure largely in his excuses as to why he was eventually knocked-out of the championships.
Murray was given a 5-minute standing ovation for 'not getting injured' by the crowd on Centre Court, and will play Ivokar Lovic or Dudis Ela on Thursday.