Among the slew of second-round matches at Wimbledon on Thursday, Minnesota native Mardy Fish is taking on Britain's James Ward.
Wimbledon coverage began at 6 a.m. Central and will run until 4 p.m. Central. TV coverage is available at ESPN2, while online streaming is available at Wimbledon.com.
Fish was a straight-set winner in his opening-round victory over Spaniard Ruben Ramirez. He is scheduled for an 8 a.m. Central start Thursday.
Fish, who was recently diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat, said that even after his opening-round romp, he's not feeling entirely confident heading into Round 2.
From the UK's Daily Record:
"The toughest part is my confidence.
"When I don't feel well right now, I think of the struggles I've had in the past couple of months.
"Hopefully that will change but at the moment when I don't feel perfect I get into a bit of trouble."
In other second-round action, Rafael Nadal (Spain) take on Lukas Rosol (Czech Republic), also at 8 a.m. Central.
In women's action, Maria Sharapova (Russia) and Serena Williams (US) started their respective matches early Thursday morning.
The entire Thursday docket can be found at Wimbledon's official site.