Wimbledon 2017 live scores: Full results as Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal play Wimbledon 2017 live scores: Full results as Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal play in second round on Centre Court. Johanna Konta is also in action on Centre Court on day three at Wimbledon as the quest for glory at SW19 hots up. Andy Murray is prepared for more friendly fire on Wednesday as he faces dreadlocked Jamaican-German Dustin Brown on Centre Court. The defending champion revealed how he chatted with his opponent Alexander Bublik during rain delays which held up his opening win. And now the top seed will take on the world No. 97 who shocked Rafa Nadal here in 2015. The flamboyant Brown, who used to live in a VW Campervan, has promised similar on-court fireworks today. But Murray said away from tennis, the “humble” 32-year-old is a different character. “He is very different to how he plays the game. We get on well and he is a nice guy, Murray said. “We were on the same team at the International Premier Tennis League when I played in Dubai. We spent a bit of time together there and had a bit of a group chat with all of the players on the team.. Rafael Nadal and Johanna Konta are also in action on Centre Court on Wednesday. Nadal spotted shopping in Tesco. Rafa Nadal could be forgiven for putting his feet up ahead of Wednesday’s second round clash with Donald Young at Wimbledon. The Spaniard is one of the favourites for the SW19 crown and could play world No. 1 Andy Murray in the semi-finals. However, the two-time Wimbledon champion was spotted out and about in Wimbledon village as he looked to refuel ahead of his meeting with the American on Centre Court. Nadal popped into Tesco Express for a six-pack of Diet Coke, but seemed to experience some trouble with the self-service machines at the supermarket. Twitter user Nick Roberts said: “Just done Rafa Nadal’s shopping for him on the self service tills on the tesco express in Wimbledon village. Surreal.”. Greetings. Wimbledon’s defending champion Andy Murray headlines action on Centre Court on the third day of action at the All England Club. 1 women Jo Konta will be first though on the main stage, followed by her compatriot and former champion Rafael Nadal. These blockbuster matches follow a day which saw the other two biggest men’s stars get walkovers as their opponents couldn’t last the distance. Let’s hope for a bit more action today. Murray takes on Dustin Brown in the first match on Centre Court and admits the pair have something of a friendship. Will it be put to one side this afternoon?. “He is very different to how he plays the game. We get on well and he is a nice guy,” Murray said. “We were on the same team at the International Premier Tennis League when I played in Dubai. We spent a bit of time together there and had a bit of a group chat with all of the players on the team.”. Keep up-to-date with all the latest results and news from SW19 right here.