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It is a bit blustery, but we have had almost a full day's play. Lots

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of talking. So to be had today. -- His first opponent was Thomas

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Bellucci of Brazil. The beginning was extraordinary. What was your

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take on at the Nadal up today? had a great run up. The difference

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had a great run up. The difference from a clay to grass is enormous

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sort I expected him to struggle a bit. But I knew he would find a way

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to come back. Once he settled in, it was pretty normal. The same. I

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did not expect him to go down so quickly. And they look so similar.

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You had to check which one was which. It is unusual for Nadal to

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play another left it. Bellucci has a lot of talent. Some unusual

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errors from Rafael Nadal. The first one is difficult for anybody.

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Especially the top seeds. The ground is very lush and slippery. I

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remember I always hated the first remember I always hated the first

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round because of the nerves and everybody expected me to win. The

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opponent's were not -- the opponents were not world-beaters,

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but they were still difficult. Nadal's resolve and resilience, he

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wants to win everything, but he does not throw away.S. -- throw

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away points. Absolutely. What an amazing spirit. That is why be

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respect him so much. That is the way he is a practise as well.

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Everything is 100%. -- of the way he is in practice as well. Uncle

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Toni tells them, everything you do, you do it 100%. That is so daunting

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when you want to play someone like him because you know he is never

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going to give you an inch. Like Maria Sharapova or on the women's

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side. I was exhausted watching him practise. The intensity it was

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tremendous. He raised his game. Let's leave the men for a moment I

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go back live to our on court three. It is her Spanish opponent. And she

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has got it. Excellent result for her. We will hear from were a

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little bit later on in the programme. Let's a jot about --

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let's have a chat about Andy Murray. Davydenko, he almost used him like

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a doormat. Andy Murray played spectacularly well. Davydenko did

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not have much resistance. But Andy Murray serve extremely well. And so

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strong. He is extremely fit, he is adding to his game. I think he

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flattering his forehand out. -- the -- flattening. But we should not

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underestimate Davydenko. I expected this to be a much tougher test for

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Andy Murray. He has been struggling physically, but today he was

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brilliant. He has had an amazing start. As a contemporary of yours,

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where his influence of Ivan Lendl? Do you see it yet? Attitude under

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big matches. He had a good season. The way that he oozes confidence.

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He knows about winning. That was a bit of you against Ivan Lendl.

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positive attitude. Andy Murray can be so down on himself. At the Ivan

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Lendl can help that. Look at Ai here! I am embarrassed. -- at that

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hair! As someone who played against Ivan Lendl, on this side of the

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game, we did not perceive him... was the first truly committed

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tennis professional. He left no stone unturned. He had his own

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physicals, his own breakfast team. There is not a better professional

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coach in my mind. Even though he has never coached before. A back to

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Nadal. If things go to plan, he will play a song that -- Jo-

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Wilfried Tsonga in the semi-finals. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga played so well.

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He took the game took Lleyton Hewitt. He loves the grass. He was

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really in control. I expect him to break into the top four. At their

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expense of Andy Murray? Of anybody. He is right up there. He needs a

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big went to make his mark -- big win. In the past, he has had so

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much trouble with injury and now he is injury-free. Just a quick word

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about Hewitt. The first time since 1938 that an Australian has not

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been in this second round of the Men's Singles. That is a serious

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problem for the Australians. Is that the end of Hewitt? I hope not,

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I like him a lot. But there comes a time when everybody has to say, I

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am too old, injuries are setting them. Two hip surgeries. He needs

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his legs. Hopefully, he will make a wise decision. I do not know about

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that. He is a guy that keeps coming back. He loves tennis so much.

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will tell. When it comes to tennis, not all the best stories are made

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Have you heard about the fabulous Baker boy? Brian Baker. He has had

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an elbow, pepper and hernia repair. Tomic went ballistic as he crashed

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out. He was relieved of his place in the tournament. Mardy Fish is

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back. He has been out after heart Feliciano Lopez, do not make him

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angry, you would not like him when he is angry. He is not an

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archetypal bad boy. He was feeling it. Kevin Anderson is another seed

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The rain had everyone running for cover. To retire Dimitrov -- Grigor

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Dimitrov covered himself in glory. He may be a challenger here. Let's

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go live to number one court where You can follow that game on the red

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button. We are always saying I wish we had someone else to talk about

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as a serious contender. Maybe we have reached that point now. In the

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women's game in particular. We have a huge hopes of law at Robson. She

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was playing at Schiavone today. -- It was like watching a batsman

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striking the ball through the covers with fantastic time in and

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precision. She is nothing if not a Well played Laura Robson. An

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Laura Robson and really liking these new balls. It was the pace if

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anything that prevented Francesca Schiavone from controlling the last

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She took her chance well. No hesitation on that return of serve.

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If only she could have done this at a set and 3 to two break point. She

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missed one of those - it was a couple of inches Riverside of the

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line. If she had got that one, I don't think we would be year, she

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would be celebrating her victory. - Laura Robson gets one of the breaks

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back. It is a minor twist, will there be a major twist in this

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It is a good start to this game. The impossible is starting to seem

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Slicing has been nasty and more prevalent in this match. They have

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to go to the tsunami tactics out That lead evaporating the skier

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Is just now one game. Laura Robson right in it at that point. But

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Francesca Schiavone is not a Grand Slam winner for no reason. You

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could tell by her reaction she had been in a real battle and was

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delighted to have won. Laura Robson was disappointed, because she knew

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she had the chance of a big scalp. But Laura Robson is someone of

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today, not just of the future. You seemed pretty down in the press

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conference and you seen pretty down at the moment? Thanks. Sorry, tell

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us what you are feeling right now, expectations coming into Wimbledon?

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I was disappointed, I thought I was playing well in the first set. And

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for a few games in the second set. I am disappointed I let her get

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back into the match and they did not stick to the exact game-plan I

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had in the first set of. The thing about Laura Robson's game

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today, a lot of people were discussing her serve, Tracy. A lot

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of double faults at key moments. But she is still very young. But

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the commentary team were discussing her technique same there was a lot

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of room for improvement? She is six foot tall, so has the height. Boris

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Becker, he used so much of his legs. Andy Roddick, that is why you get

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the power. They could be more explosion, up and out. Think of

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Maria Sharapova, she is well into the court on her front foot. But I

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think the double faults were more from nerves. She is so young, she

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is only 18 and is growing into her own. It is always difficult with

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technique. I grew lot at 15, and I had trouble with my timing on my

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serve. It took me 18 months to get used to my new heights. At 17 you

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were winning? At 17 I managed to get hold of it. She is getting used

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to it. She said she is working on her movement. This is a great

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experience. She had three break points, so she definitely had

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chances. Moved into the top 100 yesterday in the WTA rankings. She

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is moving in the right direction and only 18. From a future British

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No 1, to so many who is a regular holder of that position, Elena

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Baltacha over., she is playing -- Karin Knapp.

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Good return, hard and flat straight back at the server can often work,

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What a shame, after she had done all of the hard work, Baltacha. Hit

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the baseline. And got this one and felt she should attack again. Just

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Thing mixture of aces and double Two in a row, is very wasteful. So

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from a game where she looked like she was cruising, suddenly it is

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Suddenly, an opportunity for a Great shot! She really builds up to

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that, she needed the first serve. I think she wants that same ball back

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A little surprised to see her come in on that ball. That was perfect

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That was a key moment in the match because the Italian was down and

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she was just about out after that. Elena Baltacha ran away with it.

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That scream of delight as she came That is another British player

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through into the second round to join Anne Keothavong and Heather

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The Italian it supremely disappointed. Jury Murray was on

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court to congratulate Elena Baltacha. This is what she had to

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say afterwards. Congratulations well. It has been a

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good day. It has been a very, very good day. I am ecstatic to have

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come through that match. It was very difficult, a tricky upon it.

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It did not start well. -- oh opponent. But then I played well.

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And I found out today that I am going to be an Olympian. I cannot

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explain to you how much that means to me. I did not know whether I was

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going to get it or not. I just really want to say thank you for

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getting that spot. I am so honoured and privileged. I really appreciate

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Go stuff. You may not be surprised to learn that because it is pouring

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with rain, they have stopped playing on all the courts. On Court

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1, Andy Roddick is a set and a David Ferrer was playing Dustin

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Brown. The men's game is not just about Andy Murray. What about James

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Ward? He had a fantastic run at Queen's. His match went on and on

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and on. They wear in a 5th set. What a turn up for the books. So

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important to make the most of that lead. To hammer home to your

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He can sense that there might be a That is a shame because a James

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Ward played that point very well. Lovely use of that sliced backhand.

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He tends to go down the line with He really let go with that one. You

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could get a sense of the intend from the Spaniard. He followed it

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When the chips are down, he has really come up with the goods on

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this occasion. Phenomenal skills from James Ward. He managed to

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deflect that volley back over. Very much fire up now. You start to

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think when you when points like that, then it is written in the

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He has to accept the call. He thought he had clearly hit a winner

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there. It looked way to me. Wearing those rose-tinted glasses. We have

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all had a pair of those! He will do Even though it would only bring to

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James Ward level, he would feel Yes! That looks like a nasty fall.

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Sometimes when you fall for words, you can really hurt your groin. --

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for words. And here is James Ward Victorians.

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-- victorious. That is a really good victory for him. Even better

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news than that, it has stopped raining. Can you just take these?

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Let me help you guys. Thank you so much. Anything else you need?

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are so kind. Have a nice night. Return of the mack. We also have to

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tell you about your won a cold tour -- Johanna Konta. That was the end

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of her first Wimbledon. One win we must talk about his here is a

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British team for the Olympic games We have done this for many years

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now. Invariably, our conversation has always been about British

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tennis, but things are looking good. They are looking better. Don't

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overdo it. It has stopped raining, it is not a thunderstorm. The sun

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is coming out. Heather is only 20. Laura Robson is quite young. The

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coaching situation is probably better. The indoor courts at

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Roehampton. It takes a while to form a from the bottom up. There is

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so much potential in this country. The Queen's Club around the corner

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has such a great history. Yet, you have only one player. The next guy

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is 100. I just hope that they have found bit secret remedy to produce

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more players. If you go to the French Open, every night, there is

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a French player playing in the marquee match. How fantastic it

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would be if every night we had a British player, male or female, but

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the crowd could get behind. But the French federation began two a

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decade ago. They began that foundation a long time ago. A lot

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of the young kids, it takes that to compete. You have to play from a

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very young age, five or six hours a day. Yes, they have found a system.

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Every other year, there is a new Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Nicolas Mahut. -

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- or Nicolas Mahut. They have ex- players at mentoring the younger

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players. You should use some of the players that have done this thing

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before in this country. Let's not get too carried away. Let's talk

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about their defending champion of the moment, Petra Kvitova. Her

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parents must have been the proudest people in the country, sitting in

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the Royal Box are to watch their daughter. She was playing Akgul

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The referees have decided there will be no more play today. But

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let's show you what happened at A very slow start a Petra Kvitova -

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Are very positive one for Akgul Amanmuradova. She is looking very

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Not getting down to the slice. Immediately, three break points

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against the champion. The it was her footwork that deserted her. She

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did not get to the ball quickly and the slice which stay down so low

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was very effective. Sometimes the slices shorter in the forecourt can

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It is a big moment for Kvitova. When you are nervous, you tend to

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She has not found her range yes at all. -- yet.

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That is not what her parents wanted to see. 2-0 a very quickly became a

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You did not see anything like that in the opening stages. Now starting

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to feel more comfortable about sitting in the middle of the court.

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This is where Akgul Amanmuradova has to play one point at a time and

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not think about the fact she has let that lead slipped and Kvitova

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Smart return, deep and hard up the middle. It gives Kvitova a point

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for a 4th successive game. I say that because it you are straining a

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bit, give yourself a little bit Her parents applauding. And they

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were applauding afterwards as well when Kvitova won the set. And that

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ball drifted long which set her on her way to victory. A few moments

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later here was electric macro, Wimbledon champion at 2011 safely

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through to the second round. This is what she had to save.

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Congratulations. Last year you started at Wimbledon on court 15,

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what did it feel like to go out on Centre Court? It is very different.

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This first match on Centre Court was unbelievable and to come back

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here as the defending champion. Nice memories came to my mind and

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it was so nice to play again on Centre Court. You did give everyone

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a scare at the start of the first set? Need to four stubborn the

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beginning I was nervous, it was my first match you don't know what to

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expect from your opponent. I made many mistakes but I tried to play

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my game and go forward. different it will it be for her? It

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was only a couple of years ago she used to come and lose in the first

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round? Airline her honesty. She said she was nervous in the

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beginning. Life has changed dramatically far her. All the

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pressure is on her. Last year she could go past all the headlines,

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and then all of a sudden she was in there so finals a gay Sharapova.

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This time she will be watched all the way. She did not feel

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comfortable. She was extremely nervous. She was down two break

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points at 0-3. It was such a build up. There is no more than a build

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up for a defending champion than here at Wimbledon. The did not help

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when she looked up and saw her parents there? Her dad got a new

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suits and got his hair cut for the occasions. Akgul Amanmuradova goes

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out and does not have any pressure. It is easier being ranked 30 in the

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world than it is being at the top of the game. How was her service

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game? At first service percentage was in the 40s. Credits to Akgul

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Amanmuradova. She was not letting Kvitova get back in. Her name is so

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difficult to pronounce, you must have practiced although a. Don't

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look at it, it looks more difficult than it is. 10 years since her

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first title, Serena Williams had her business face on for a match

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that would prove a sterner test for the umpire as the champion. Always

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one to make a fashion statement, she trimmed herself in shocking

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pink, maybe in defiance you wouldn't go the way of her sister,

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who was the shock of the first day losing on this court. Losing her

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feet was all part of the serious mission. There was no danger of

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another upset as she defeated the Czechoslovakia in. Straight sets,

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job done. Marion Bartoli is unbeatable when she is playing the

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wall. Begun proper opponents had their work cut out. Asks Arena who

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she knocked out last year. The Australian was frustrated by the

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2007 Wimbledon finalist. There she was her usual bouncing bundle of

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energy combined with a flurry of Fleur to get into round two.

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Tracy, Serena, the great enigma, word do you plays her? She looked

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very tight. I think she wants it so much now. And there are some

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matches that are unexplainable in the last year. We she came back

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last year after the pulmonary embolism and she was out seven

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months. By the time she got to the US Open she had won a couple of

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tournaments. They say -- strange match their when she lost to Sam

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Stosur. She goes to the French this year, she had had a great it clay-

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court season and then goes out in the first round. I did not make it

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to my late 20s in my career, but at that stage when you are a little

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older, she is 30 now. You have these up and down days. When she

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plays consistently and she really wants it, she should be dominating.

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Maria Sharapova will have a bit to say about it. She has recommitted

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herself back to tennis after her illness and injury. She played like

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she really means it and wants to get back to the No. 1 spot. On the

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other hand, Maria Sharapova could not play for a while after shoulder

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surgery. The competition is heating up on the women's side. Motivation,

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because Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams are not short of a bit of

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money. Serena wants to be a rap artist and Maria Sharapova has so

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many fingers in so many pies, but they still have the determination.

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Isn't that what sets them apart? do look at them differently. So

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Rana, whether it is injury and she seems to have lost her focus, and

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that is why she is still in the game at 34 stop again she know she

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does not have as long so she wants it adds long. Maria Sharapova has

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never lost motivation for one day. It was the shoulder injury that did

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it, and we did not know whether she could come back. They are born to

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play this game. They are natural on the court, they have great

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motivations. They have setbacks, but their first love is tennis.

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Tomorrow, if you're coming and In Clijsters that does lose

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tomorrow it will be her last match at Wimbledon for start she has

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Tell us about Jamie Lee Hampton and what game has Heather Watson got to

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play? She has to have her game to play. It is a good drop a Heather

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Watson. Jamie Lee Hampton is a good, solid baseliner, probably better

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backhand and forehand. Nothing outstanding. Let's hope Heather

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Watson can keep the British resolution going. At the moment we

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# When I look into your eyes. # It is like watching the night sky.

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