Garbine Muruguza's second round exit is the earliest a Wimbledon women's singles defending champion has departed since 1994. Caroline Wozniacki [No.2], Muguruza [No.3], Sloane Stephens [No.4], Elene Svitolina [No.5], Garcia [No.6], and Petra Kvitova [No.8].
Muguruza had not only won her second career Grand Slam title in 2017 at Wimbledon but also reached the 2015 final.
"She played big, took a lot of risk and it worked for her. My level was not where I wanted it to be", she said. "That's also why she could develop that kind of level", Muguruza was quoted as saying by the BBC.
"It was not easy", she admitted."I had pressure little bit of losing that set".
Belgian 47th-ranked Van Uytvanck triumphed 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 for her first-ever win over a top 10 opponent.
In their last six matches, Cilic won one and four went to a deciding set, including this year's Australian Open final.
"Yesterday I played really good. That's important because the support made us feel good".
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Katie Boulter (above) was unable to cause an upset on Court Two as her campaign ended with a respectable 6-3 6-4 defeat by 18th seed Naomi Osaka. "I'm happy", said Van Uytvanck, the world number 47.
Top-seed Simona Halep and seventh-seed Karolina Pliskova are the only players left in the top eight.
Italian Fabbiano saved three set points against three-times grand-slam victor Wawrinka in the second set to advance to the third round of a major for just the second time in his career.
Britain's 22nd seed Johanna Konta was ousted by Dominika Cibulkova.
However Ms. van Uytvanck proved too strong and, with scores standing at 5-3 in the second set, was finally able to break Ms. Kontaveit's serve.
"I felt much more confident in my game, I served better and I felt so pumped", said Pella, who reached the third round of a major for the first time.
Nick Kyrgios, seeded 15, unleashed 42 winners to see off Robin Haase of the Netherlands 6-3, 6-4, 7-5. "It seems like it's nothing major". Falling 5-3 behind in the first set, the French Open champion looked unsettled as she struggled for consistency. "Hopefully it's going to be fine".
Cilic [No.3] joins other ousted top 10 players like Grigor Dimitrov [No.6], Dominic Thiem [No.7], and David Goffin [N0.10] to have been sent packing from SW19 in the first four days of action.