Roger Federer reveals the TWO reasons he plays so well at Wimbledon

Roger Federer reveals the TWO reasons he plays so well at Wimbledon

Roger Federer reveals the TWO reasons he plays so well at Wimbledon

United States player Serena Williams (R) shakes hands after winning against Bulgaria´s Viktoriya Tomova during their women´s singles second round match on the third day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club on July 4, 2018. "She got a little lucky and played well when she needed to".

Wickmayer said she did not care how she was addressed.

"Of course, you sometimes play the percentages, but if you do that too much it becomes boring, so I like to mix it up". "As long as I'm winning points and games, I'm all good", says Belgian player Yanina Wickmayer, who married Jerome van der Zijl past year. "So I just started crying with her because I couldn't help her and I wanted to help her and I couldn't, so I just started crying".

Federer fired three of those aces in a row to take the second set and he got his 15,000-strong Centre Court fan club gasping in astonishment as he produced a ridiculous backhand drop shot from behind the baseline.

As of 2018, Williams has earned an estimated $85 million in prize money-which, of course, is not the extent of her earnings.

"It still doesn't register that I'm married actually", she joked when asked about the matter.

Wednesday's result increased Federer's streak to 26 straight sets at Wimbledon, equaling his second-best run, which came in 2003-04.

About 90 minutes earlier, when Roger Federer, a married father of four who preceded Williams on Centre Court, won his match, the chair umpire said, "Game, set and match, Federer".

"Oh, I didn't know that", he said sounding bemused.

British teenager Katie Swan, who won her first ever match at Wimbledon on Monday, was no match for 29th seed Mihaela Buzarnescu as the 19-year-old fell to a 6-0 6-3 defeat. I was not feeling my rhythm from the beginning. Former Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska lost 7-5, 6-4 to Czech world number 66 Lucie Safarova.

"It was better than my first round and I'm happy that I'm going in the right direction", said 25th-seeded Williams.

French 17th seed Lucas Pouille fell short in five sets after fighting from two sets down to be beaten 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (8-10), 3-6, 6-2 by Austria's Dennis Novak.

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