2012 Wimbledon Results: Sam Querrey Looks To Avoid Fate Of Other Californians

Bay Area native Sam Querrey will begin his Wimbledon quest on Tuesday against Vasek Pospisil in the first round of the tournament. Querry, the world's 64th ranked player, has had an up-and-down season with an 11-12 record. The 24-year-old does have six singles titles and four doubles titles to his credit but only one - a doubles title - came this season.

Fellow California natives Vania King and Venus Williams are both already out of the tournament after falling in the first round, while Mardy Fish and Serena Williams are still yet to play. Querrey will look to avoid the fate of King and Venus while taking steps to bringing his seasonal record back to respectability.

Top-seeds Maria Sharapova and Novak Djokovic won their first round matches and are headed to the second round.

You can find the full TV schedule for the 2012 Championships at Wimbledon by clicking here.

You can find an online stream of the matches here. Otherwise, stay up to date with the scores by visiting the SI.com live Wimbledon scoreboard.

For more on Wimbledon 2012, make sure to head over to SB Nation's dedicated tennis hub.

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