There are a lot of unexpected names in the second round of the Wimbledon Championship, especially in the men's draw. David Ferrer, Adam Pavlasek, Sebastian Ofner and Jared Donaldson are some of the players that provided surprise victories in the first round.

Ferrer wins his first grass court match in one year

David Ferrer is one of those players who can't compete at the highest level anymore. He was a TOP 10 player last year, and now he stands in the 39th position on the ATP list. He had defeated only Dudi Sela on the grass court in the last three years, as he built his career exclusively on the clay court.

So, when he got Richard Gasquet in the first round, most of the experts thought that it would be his only match at Wimbledon this year. And he proved them wrong. Ferrer managed to play his best match this season, and that was more than enough to beat an uninspiring Gasquet. The result was 6-3 6-4 5-7 6-2 in favor of the Spaniard. Ferrer will play against Steve Darcis in the second round.

Adam Pavlasek, a 23-year-old from the Czech Republic, has played only ten ATP matches so far in his career. However, he was in the second round of the Grand Slam last year at the French Open, but this is his first Wimbledon main draw victory. He beat an American Ernesto Escobedo in four sets after two hours and eight minutes.

Pavlasek lost the first set in the tie-break, but then he demolished Escobedo 6-1 6-3 6-1. This is a surprising victory for Pavlasek, as his favorite surface is clay.

Jared Donaldson, a 20-year-old player from Rhode Island, spent just 16 minutes on the court in his Wimbledon debut, as his opponent Janko Tipsarevic retired because of an injury.

Donaldson won all five games in the match when the Serbian decided to give up. Donaldson's next opponent will be a winner of the game between Zeballos-Lorenzi, which has been suspended due to a darkness.

Ofner wins his first career ATP match

Sebastian Ofner, a 21-year-old from Austria, played his first ever main draw ATP match yesterday and he took the victory on the biggest Grand Slam of the season.

He beat Thomaz Bellucci 6-2 6-3 6-2 after just one hour and 47 minutes of play. Ofner will play against Jack Sock in the second round.

Sock didn't have an easy task against the qualifier Christian Garin from Chile, as he defeated him in four sets. Garin was serving very well, but Sock managed to break his serve three times, which was enough for the victory.