Defending women’s champion Kvitova and former men’s winners Federer and Nadal all won their first-round matches.
There is a “heat rule” in place but it applies only to the women’s game if mercury reaches 30.1 degrees Celsius before the match.
Federer, Nadal and Murray storm into Rd 2; Kvitova starts title defence with domintaing win.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic fears he is becoming the victim of a smear campaign.
A seven-point statement has been signed against poor organisation and lack of transparency by the Spanish federation (RFET).
Djokovic only got onto grass courts ten days ago, in contrast to his rivals in build up to Wimbledon defence.
David Ferrer, seeded eighth, pulled out of Wimbledon 2015 due to a elbow injury.
Win at Halle and love-affair with Wimbledon grass gives Federer his best and perhaps last chance to win a Grand Slam.
Djokovic, seeded one, has not played a competitive match since losing to Stanislas Wawrinka in the French Open final.
Paes is the 47th player to reach a century of doubles partners.
In the semifinals, Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis will take on Caroline Garcia-Katarina Srebotnik.
Djokovic, seeking a third Wimbledon crown is the top seed in the third Grand Slam of the year.
Kyrgios withdrew from a tournament in Stuttgart earlier this month due to an elbow injury.
Roger Federer captured a fourth title this year after victories at Istanbul, Dubai and Brisbane to take his career haul to 86.
Paes and Nestor did not any break chance in the opening set while their rivals capitalised on the one offered.