P155 CEEFAX 155 Thu 23 Jun 20:09/19          Friday's order of play will appear here ...  Wimbledon headlines 151 
P155 CEEFAX 155 Thu 23 Jkn 19:44/21   1/4       Uitas Gerulaitis, the eighth seed, is out of the men's singles. The American was beaten 7-6 7-5 7-5 by the unseeded Australian Mark Edmondson, who also beat Gerulaitis in last year's quarter-finals. This result is the latest setback in a series of disappointments for the 28-year-old Gerulaitis. His game was littered with unforced errors and the only time he seemed to get worked up was when he complained about the antics of the photographers. Gerulaitis' record for 1983 shows three first and three second round losses.
P155 CEEFAX 155 Thu 23 Jun 19:43/07   4/4       Jo Durie and Virginia Wade, will carry the British flag into the third round of the women's singles. Durie, the 13th seed, beat Tina Mochizuki of the United States 6-4 6-0 after trailing 3-1 in the first set. Miss Wade, winner of the women's title in 1974, had an equally easy match, defeating the 17-9ear-old Italian Rafaella Reggi 6-1 6-2. Amanda Brown, daughter of Norwich City football club manager Ken Brown, could not progress beyond the second round. She was beaten 6-3 6-4 by Sabina Simmonds of Italy.