There was also victory for Britain's Heather Watson, who fought back from a set down to book her place in round three.
The biggest upset of the day was in the women's draw, where ninth seed Sam Stosur was beaten in three sets by Zheng Jie of China.
Read how all of the action unfolded below:
She's been speaking to BBC 5 Live: "I do make it hard for myself but a win's a win, no matter how you do it.
"It was a very tough one today. I wasn't sure whether I was going to get through it but I did, I kept fighting, the crowd was amazing and kept pushing me on from start to finish, and I've put myself in a position to play another match here."
He told the reporter there: "I managed to make very important breaks at the start of the match and go on from there. I don't think he played at his best, probably because of the occasion, but I wish him the best. He has a good future."