Johanna Konta proceeded with the British race into the Wimbledon second round on a guard day for home players.
The 28-year-old British number one beat Romanian Ana Bogdan 7-5 6-2 after comrades Harriet Dart, Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie additionally advanced.
In any case, there were massacres for Katie Swan and James Ward.
There were 10 Britons in the singles draws here, with six into the second round so far after triumphs for Kyle Edmund and Heather Watson on Monday.
Jay Clarke, 20, is playing American Noah Rubin on Tuesday while 19-year-old Paul Jubb takes on Portugal's Joao Sousa.
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Konta and Dart gets regal seal of endorsement
Konta, who comes into Wimbledon on the back of a phenomenal mud court season where she achieved the French Open semi-finals and two WTA Tour finals, controlled her match against Bogdan.
Neither one of the players confronted a break point until Konta changed over the first to take the principal set.
While Konta never looked in peril, she was whimsical now and again. She made 17 unforced blunders in the principal set and was on occasion fortunate to pull off her drop shots, which Bogdan got to yet neglected to secure when she had sufficient energy to do as such.
She improved in the subsequent set, winning a greater amount of her first-serve focuses and reducing her mistakes to set up a second-round experience with Czech world number 38 Katerina Siniakova.
"It was extremely intense out there. I don't consider it is possible that us felt very agreeable, we were both attempting to discover our feet," Konta disclosed to BBC TV.
"First adjusts are never simple and I'm truly satisfied to have contended through. So far in the season I have an inclination that I'm working in each match I'm playing."
Konta, similar to Dart prior in the day, was viewed by the Duchess of Cambridge during her previously set.
Dart lost her initially set before the imperial visitor, before triumphing 4 6-4 6-4 against American Christina McHale.
Regardless of whether it was the weight of the additional consideration - from both the imperial eyes on her and the numerous additional picture takers' focal points on the court - or just first-coordinate nerves, Dart persevered through a baffling opening set.
The 22-year-old neglected to change over every one of the five of her break focuses and created 21 unforced mistakes to hand the primary set to the 27-year-old American and leave herself shaking her head at the changeover.
The VIPs left court 14 toward the finish of the set and from that point on Dart appeared to sink into her walk progressively, removing her mix-ups and going to the net all the more regularly and winning focuses from that point.
There were seven breaks of serve in the last set, with Dart in the end fixing triumph when McHale terminated into the net.
"It's really cool to have sovereignty watching you," said Dart. "Such a benefit for me for her to get the chance to see me play. It's truly strange."
Dart, who had never been past the first round at Wimbledon, will play world number 121 Beatriz Haddad Maia next after the Brazilian shocked 2017 boss Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-4.
Dart's comrade Katie Swan couldn't pursue her into the second round however, losing 6-2 6-4 to Germany's Laura Siegemund.
Evans' grass-court structure proceeds
Dan Evans proceeded with his fine structure on grass with a 6-3 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 prevail upon Argentina's Federico Delbonis.
Evans, who succeeded at Surbiton and Nottingham a month ago, traveled through the opening set, breaking his adversary's serve at the first run through of inquiring.
The subsequent set demonstrated an a lot more tightly issue with both holding serve all through, bringing about a tie-break in which Evans went 6-1 up yet required six set focuses to wrap it up.
In the last set, it went with serve until Evans broke Delbonis to proceed, taking triumph on his first match point in two hours and 16 minutes.
"I didn't think I played so great, however got the success," Evans said.
"It's a troublesome match today, clearly he played a great deal unique to anybody I've run over on the grass. I'm simply truly glad to simply come through."
Afterward, British number two Cameron Norrie booked his spot in the second round, beating Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin 6-2 6-4 6-4.
He will play eighth seed Kei Nishikori next, while Evans will confront eighteenth seed Nikoloz Basilashvili after the Georgian beat Briton James Ward in five sets.
Briton Ward driven by two sets, yet he permitted the world number 16 again into the match, becoming disappointed as it swung far from his support.
Basilashvili's 2-6 4 6-4 6-4 8-6 win methods Ward has now neglected to advance past the first round at SW19 since 2015.