Brit Elena shows teary Keothavong how to do it

BRITISH women&rsquo;s No2 Elena Baltacha provided the silver lining after seeing all her compatriots, including No1 Anne Keothavong, dumped out in the first round.<br /><br />Baltacha, who reached the third round in 2002, sprung a major upset by beating world No33 Alona Bondarenko 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. The Scot, ranked No106, punished an error-ridden performance from her Ukrainian opponent to set up a second-round clash with Belgium&rsquo;s Kirsten Flipkens.<br /><br />Tearful Keothavong had earlier walked out of her post-match press conference after losing in straight sets to Austrian Patricia May &ndash; one of three defeats for British women on a miserable second day.<br /><br />Better had been expected of the 25-year-old world No51. And after losing to a player ranked 29 places below her, she broke down when asked if she had let people down.<br /><br />&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve let myself down more than anything,&rdquo; said Keothavong. &ldquo;Wimbledon is such a special tournament to me. And this year I felt I had overcome so much to get where I am.&rdquo;<br /><br />Elsewhere in the women&rsquo;s draw, defending champion Venus Williams eased past Stefanie Voegele, while world No1 Dinara Safina and sixth seed Jelena Jankovic had trickier wins.<br /><br />ORDER OF PLAY DAY THREE<br />CENTRE COURT (1PM START)<br />M Sharapova (RUS)24 v G Dulko (ARG)<br />G Garcia-Lopez (SPA) v R Federer (SWI) 1<br />S Querrey (USA) v M Cilic (CRO) 11<br />COURT ONE (1PM START)<br />S Greul (GER) v N Djokovic (SER) 4<br />J Groth (AUS) v S Williams (USA) 2<br />T Haas (GER) 24 v M Llodra (FRA)