Chrstina McHale has defeated former WTA #1 Caroline Wozniacki for the second time, this time on grass in Eastbourne, in three sets. Earlier this week Caro says she believes she can win Wimbledon. This result will not help her momentum. David Nalbandian snapped in the final of Queens, in what has to be one of the most outrageous displays of court craziness, when he kicked a piece of ad wood that busted the shin of a linesman, drawing blood. Nalbandian was defaulted from the event and fined and could face legal trouble. Tennis now as a new bad boy. Roddick got a win, albeit a cheesy one when Querrey retired down 2-5 in the first set. It was Roddick's first win since Miami. Petra Kvitova the defending Wimbledon champ lost first round in Eastbourne too, falling to Ekaterina Makarova 75 64.#1 seed Aga Radwanska also lost to Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria 62 64. Sister Urszula Radwanska scored another big win in the Netherlands, upsetting #4 seed Pennetta 61 61. Brian Baker continues to impress, winning two Wimbledon qualifying matches, he just needs one more to make the main draw. Robby Ginepri was knocked out of qualies early. Former doubles duo Eric Butorac and Jamie Murray reunited in Eastbourne but they lost to the Italians Bracciali/ Seppi 76 (10) 62.Leander Paes is involved in a row about who will rep India in doubles, with Bhupathi stating he would rather play with Bopanna. Paes is playing this week with American Scott Lipsky but they lost in the Netherlands to Juan Sebastian Cabal and Dimitry Tursunov 62 75.