Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II made her first Wimbledon visit in 33 years and met the current Queen of Wimbledon's Ladies' singles, Serena Williams amongst other current Wimbledon champions.
While John Isner was going through his record breaking Survivor: Wimbledon three day five set first round match with France's Nicholas Mahut that started on Tuesday and ended with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), 70-68 win on Thursday, it seemed like Serena was trying to set the record for fastest tennis match played.
She headed to Court No. 2 and dispatched Russia's Anna Chakvetadze 6-0, 6-1 in 49 minutes to move on to the third round.
Chakvetadze was once ranked Number 5 in the world, but her ranking has cratered to Number 118. This match basically let her know how far she has to go to get back to playing upper echelon tennis.
The first set took Little Sis only 23 minutes, and 26 minutes later Serena was headed to the clubhouse with a straight set victory and passage to a third round meeting with Slovakia's Dominika Cibulková.