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Federer unsure about Wimbledon 2018

18 Julio 2017

"But it's not quite like that here, so one day, hopefully, they'll understand", Federer said about his boys.

Pliskova, a 25-year-old from the Czech Republic, has never won a Grand Slam title - she's not the first player to top the rankings without that achievement on her resume - although she was the runner-up to Kerber at last year's U.S. Open and a semifinalist at Roland Garros last month.

Federer arrived at the Guildhall in Central London looking dapper with his wife, Mirka.

Muguruza is the second Spanish woman to win Wimbledon, joining her coach, Conchita Martinez, who beat a 37-year-old Martina Navratilova in 1994. I think he's in his prime time. I got to bed at 5am, and I woke up and didn't feel good'.

That loss the Spaniard mentioned in the finals took place back in 2015 to Venus' sister Serena at Wimbledon.

Muguruza hit 14 winners to 11 unforced errors, as Venus was more aggressive to start, hitting 12 winners in the first set alone, but only managed five in the second, and struck 25 unforced errors for the match. But he crashed out at the quarterfinal stage, with a hip injury that had been bothering him throughout the grass court season his undoing.

Strangest behaviour: Russia's Daniil Medvedev threw coins at the foot of the umpire's chair after disagreeing with a number of decisions during his defeat by Ruben Bemelmans. "It's a tough part when you're in that kind of situation". They did so much for me. Bearing in mind the health issues which she has had to come, Williams edges it. I'm incredibly surprised how well this year is going, ' he said. I kept on believing and dreaming I could get back. That's what is most amazing, most exciting. It's difficult to say what the outcome may have been had either of these three survived and met Federer in the final or on the way to the final.

Thanks to a shrewd and shortened schedule, the 35-year-old's match win percentage this season (93.9%) doesn't just blow away his modern-day contemporaries, it even rivals his own golden standards between 2004 and 2007. "That's where he is and that's from one sportsman to another - perhaps that's the biggest compliment I can give, the greatest of all time, full stop". "I'm not saying I'm like him, but I was 36 and I played singles and doubles, I played a lot of matches", said Bjorkman.

After weeks of gripping court action, the SW19 spectacle that is Wimbledon is finally nearly over.

If you're trying to watch online then head over to the BBC iPlayer website, or just download the iPlayer app on your mobile device instead. Going by his red hot form, Federer could very well stretch that lead at the US Open later this year.

"Then I think Roger spends less energy out there, he's unique in many ways which also makes it easier for him maybe compared to some others who have to work harder on the points".

Federer unsure about Wimbledon 2018