"You can't plan for them anyway because one point can change the outcome of a set".
Williams, who is seeking an eighth Wimbledon title, was even more efficient, needing 62 minutes to dispatch the 120th-ranked Evgeniya Rodina, 6-2, 6-2.
On the fifth anniversary of Andy Murray's breakthrough win on Centre Court, the player he outlasted in three sets of nearly unbearable tension that sunny Sunday, Novak Djokovic, beat the Scot's stand-in as standard bearer for the hosts, Kyle Edmund, in four rather more ragged sets on Saturday. I'm not saying that should happen again. "We probably have more professional tennis players (overall), they take everything more serious on a daily basis, whereas before not that they didn't take it serious, but probably not like today", he said".
"If it happens, it happens". It shouldn't be a shock, and, "Oh, my God, I can't believe it, I lost a set". Williams is also the lone past Wimbledon champion left in the women's bracket; she owns seven titles, including in 2015 and 2016, the previous two times she entered the tournament.
Had the Swiss not squandered four break points in the opening game of the second set, which lasted nearly as long as the entire opener, Federer would probably have not needed an hour and 45 minutes to get back into the locker room.
So it's no wonder that Tsisipas, now 19 and one of the game's emerging stars, made a point of rewatching Federer's 2001 match against Sampras last week, the night before making his debut in Wimbledon's main draw.
Raonic fired 37 aces and 74 winners to defeat Mackenzie McDonald of the United States and reach the quarter-finals for the fourth time.
"After all these years, it is surprising to be the No. 1 seed, in the top two rankings at 36. I think I can be very pleased".
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There was a crisis in government, he said, adding: "It is clear this government can not secure a good deal for Britain". That plan is now in tatters and her political future appears uncertain.
Ostapenko, the 2017 French Open champion, lost her first two service games and went 5-2 down in the opening set before rallying to force a tiebreaker against her Belarussian opponent.
"I was also surprised it was that fast, that first set, especially 16 minutes". That was too fast.
"I understand that traditions are the way they are".
"I'm more concerned the World Cup final will have issues because the Wimbledon final is going on", said the Swiss. "I think right now for me the most important thing is trying to feel as fresh as possible on Wednesday".
"They'll hear every point, Wow, love-15, 15-30".
Hsieh protested, leading the match referee to come on to discuss the decision with the umpire as calls of "replay the point" came from a bemused crowd on Court 18.
"You always tend to play better against better players and I am happy to be back in the second week of Wimbledon". "Maybe you should ask the questions over in Russian Federation, how they're going to feel about Wimbledon being played at the same time".