The Latest on Wimbledon (all times local):
Play on the outside courts on Day 3 at Wimbledon — scheduled to start at 11:30 — has been delayed by rain.
Play on Centre Court, which has a retractable roof, is scheduled to start as normal at 1 p.m.
On Tuesday, rain forced suspension in progress or complete postponement of a total of 30 matches. That leaves Wednesday's schedule packed with a mix of first- and second-round contests.
More showers are forecast for Wednesday afternoon.
Roger Federer has never faced an opponent at Wimbledon quite like this.
The seven-time champion — perhaps the greatest player of all time — has a second-round match on Centre Court on Wednesday against a 772nd-ranked British qualifier who had never won a tour-level match until Monday.
Marcus Willis, 25, is the lowest-ranked qualifier to reach the second round of a Grand Slam since 1988. He gives tennis lessons at a club in central England and was only recently talked out of giving up on his goal of making it on the pro tour by his girlfriend.
Now, Willis gets to face Federer on the most famous court in tennis.
Up first on Centre Court will be third-seeded women's player Agnieszka Radwanska against Kateryna Kozlova. Then comes defending men's champion Novak Djokovic against Adrian Mannarino.