Wimbledon 2017: The last 16 men, in their own words

Wimbledon 2017: The last 16 men, in their own words

Murray's priority was to praise Konta for her achievement in beating Caroline Garcia 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 for giving the British public somebody else to cheer for a change.

Andy Murray is coming off a straight sets win over Benoit Paire that took 33 games to decide.

After a tight first set, Murray was moving well with his opponent describing him as being "like a rabbit".

For Lendl, that was little short of a ringing endorsement but it also makes the point that Murray and an expectant British public are fortunate to still have him standing in week two.

On the same day Mattek-Sands sustained her awful mishap, the outspoken 12th seed slipped at least three times on Court 18 - the same arena where John Isner outlasted Nicolas Mahut in the longest match in tennis history in 2010 - in a defeat to American Alison Riske.

After a day of rest, all the fourth-round contenders will be in action at the All England Club on a day that promises an unmatched concentration of excellence.

"I think I'll see what happens when I get out there", Williams said of Ostapenko.

"To be honest, I was really surprised that I was playing on No 2 Court", said two-time Grand Slam champion Kerber after a three set defeat to Muguruza - her second successive match away from the spotlight. "I'm doing well so hopefully I keep it up". "It's about who are the star players at the time".

"I thought I played well today, apart from a couple of sloppy service games in the first set", said Murray. I haven't seen many players slipping. This time a year ago, he took a big five-set win over Bernard Tomic and with a style that plays points quickly, he could put Murray under pressure that way.

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On Monday every player, men and women, remaining in the tournament, takes to the court to fight for a place in the quarterfinals.

Andy Murray made the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the tenth year in a row and confessed: "A lot of people in this country won't enjoy watching me play".

"The first two matches I didn't see any significant difference", three-time Wimbledon victor Novak Djokovic told reporters Saturday, when asked to compare the grass to years past. I was happy about that.

First, Federer returned from missing the last half of 2016 while letting his surgically repaired left knee heal and has been as impressive as he's been in quite some time. The veteran suggested starting play on the two main show courts before 1:00pm could get another women's match on the bill.

Hewitt said it was extraordinary to think that when 35-year-old Federer took over from him in 2003, he would still be competing for the Wimbledon title 14 years later - and looking none the worse for it.

Murray, 30, has coped well with the hip injury that disrupted his preparation and came through his first serious test against Fabio Fognini on Friday in four sets.

"I've done a good job so far here", Murray said. "It's always a goal when you start a grand slam", Kerber said. But, of course, these victories give me a lot of confidence, also on this surface.

"But today I could see there is a difference in the grass, in the turf itself".