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I'll give him a mean, angry look - Zverev jokes about unsettling Federer

10 July 2017

"My goal was to get into the top 100, become a professional tennis player and make a living from it", Murray, who became world No. 1 November past year, told CNN. I couldn't get rid of the nerves. That wasn't ever a goal of mine.

'Yeah, I think I'm just really focused on myself right now, on my game. But I didn't feel like it was unsafe. "On the last game I had a little bit of the house money since I was returning first and I kind of had a game to play with".

Murray turned down the opportunity to play with Scottish football club Glasgow Rangers as a youngster. "I raised the level of tennis".

It was there that he learned the importance of resilience.

"I feel like that's sort of the slippery place sometimes. The Grand Slam supervisor and assistant referee didn't believe that there was either".

"It's a great day to play".

Roger Federer is relishing the fact men's tennis' Big Four have all reached the second week of Wimbledon for the first time since 2014.

Kerber was the runner-up to Serena Williams at the All England Club previous year. A special ability in that sport.

"They have time to figure out how they're going to prep them for Monday". We've been through ups and downs, both of us.

This is the German left-hander's fourth trip to the fourth round at Wimbledon.

Zverev failed to capitalise on a strong first-set performance as he lost to Federer in straight sets on Centre Court.

Querrey reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals past year.

"Now here we're together, we are having a great time". He defeated Mannarino in the second round at Wimbledon a year ago.

Expectations were high. A Brit hadn't lifted the single's title at SW19 since Virginia Wade in 1977 - and no man since Fred Perry in 1936.

The world No.2 resumes his quest for a third "Channel Slam" on Monday against 34-year-old Gilles Muller, a fellow southpaw in career-best touch and the tournament's 16th seed.

Djokovic has claimed three with defending champion Murray and Nadal winning two apiece.

"Wimbledon's changed a lot".

With top-seeded titleholder Andy Murray and dual victor Rafael Nadal already through, and Tomas Berdych, Kevin Anderson and Gilles Muller joining the superstar quartet, there will be seven men aged over 30 fighting for the trophy in the business week for the first time in the 49-year Open era. I was totally new, I was not prepared at all.

This year's men's draw promises to be one of the most competitive in recent memory.

Nadal, in particular, has struggled at the grass grand slam, failing to get beyond the fourth round since 2011 and missing the tournament altogether previous year due to injury.

"Obviously grass is a very demanding surface for maintenance". All of their meetings have come on hard courts.

Perhaps the hope for the rest of the field came in Federer's press conference where, looking remarkably relaxed, he admitted that if wife Mirka felt it was in the family's interests to end his career, he would have no hesitation in doing so.

I'll give him a mean, angry look - Zverev jokes about unsettling Federer