Wimbledon 2012 Live TV Schedule For Tuesday

Only one day of play has been completed in the 2012 Championships at Wimbledon, but it has already been quite eventful. On Monday, American players John Isner and Venus Williams were knocked out of competition in the very first round.

Isner was upset by Alejandro Falla, depriving fans of a potential Wimbledon rematch against Nicolas Mahut. Williams lost to Russia's Elena Vesnina in straight sets. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic advanced on the men's side and No. 1 seed Maria Sharapova advanced on the women's side.

Day 2 will begin Tuesday with plenty of big names on the schedule. No. 2 men's seed Rafael Nadal will take on Thomaz Bellucci and No. 4 Andy Murray will face off against Nikolay Davydenko as the men's first round continues. In the women's first round, No. 2 seed Victoria Azarenka will take on Irina Falconi, while Serena Williams will face Barbora Zahlavova Strycova.

Tuesday's action will air on ESPN 2 starting at 6:30 a.m. ET and will run until 5:00 p.m. ET. Wimbledon provides its own streaming service, which can be viewed at Wimbledon.com.

The entire schedule of play is at Wimbledon.com. You can view a complete rundown of the television schedule, viewing times and channels right here.

A full Wimbledon 2012 scoreboard can be found at SI.com.

For more throughout Wimbledon, visit SB Nation's Tennis hub.

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