Mardy Fish is back from the heart problems that caused him to miss the French Open, and he looked healthy in his first round match, defeating Ruben Ramirez in straight sets. Ramirez managed to extend all three sets and force Fish to win more than six games to progress, but couldn't steal a set in Fish's 7-6, 7-5, 7-6 victory.
Fish's serve was solid, topping out at 133 miles per hour. He managed 24 aces and won an impressive 93 percent of points on his first serve against Ramirez, a clay court specialist who has never advanced past the first round at Wimbledon. Fish moves on to face the winner of the James Ward -- Pablo Andujar match in the second round. His quarter of the draw features Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Rafael Nadal, who he'll have to go through to better his career-best result of a quarterfinal finish at Wimbledon.
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