No, I think after the first set of my first match
I kind of just relaxed and started to play a little bit, you know, my game and not worry too much of the result
or what’s going on on the court and just really focus and stay just a little bit in my zone,
which is helping me at the moment. There is always going to be another Wimbledon. Every year, you know, a different player
is going to sit here in this press room and the other press rooms like it happened 50, 60 years ago. To me, I just really feel like I’m enjoying myself
coming here every day. Enjoying the journey
and being able to bring my son here. And hopefully, you know,
in 20 years he’ll be playing here maybe I think she’s a great player.
She definitely is going to be a crowd favourite. I think she played really well
last week in Eastbourne. It looks like she feels really comfortable
coming into this match. To me, it’s just another match. Oh, my God.
I’ll get myself in trouble for this one. I mean, I think that women are pretty tough.
And I do think that we don’t get enough credit sometimes, and we always have to, you know,
fight that battle that guys are physically, you know, more powerful and whatever
and they deserve more or less. So I just want to give a shoutout to all the women
that we are tough. Leave it at that. Roger definitely has not inspired me. No disrespect to him,
and I think it’s amazing, you know, but it’s a little different for him.