Day 8 Today at Wimbledon


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John Inverdale and guests look back at the day's play at Wimbledon, where the ladies' quarter-finals took place.


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Match is suspended. When raindrops Keep falling on your head, that is

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A day when another roof would have been handy for Andy Murray, Serena

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Williams was the only non-European left in the draw but it was a day

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when the only certain winner was aware For once again. -- was the

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So, it has been an on off day to test the patience of a saint. There

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is played going on on the Centre Court and we will keep you up-to-

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date with us now. If you want to go on the red button, you can follow

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the progress of Tamira Paszek and her opponent. We will round up what

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has been a busy day. As I say, it is the kind of day went Boris and

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Lynsey have been wearing their design no raincoats. To be debating

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point overnight was whether Andy Murray had a raw deal because he

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came off court last night, a set and a break up against Marin Cillic.

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Would he be able to finish the game We had that ridiculous match last

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week where they came on to play 1 point, a double fault, and that was

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the end of the match. Andy Murray won a point, to take a 4-1 lead.

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Then down came the rain and the covers came back on. We wondered

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when on earth they would reappear. It wasn't that long. Here we are,

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Andy Murray playing well, and taking a 2-0 lead. The nightmare

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scenario was Andy Murray to set sup, endless threats of rain in the air,

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Cilic starts fighting back. It is a five set thriller and we don't

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finish until Friday. That was the nightmare scenario. So, Andy, you

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That was Cilic running out of ideas there. In an ideal world, he would

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hit those two groundstrokes and There wasn't any place on that ball

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Oh, yes. He has got to break points. Two break points saved in the blink

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The rain has eased a bit, it is Oh, that was some return fare from

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Oh, well played. That was a super Well, he went for it. Beck second

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Very well played, Murray. He Important game, that. Moving from

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Gillic -- Cilic is making the same mistakes as he was before. The

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He is always looking for fat, and invariably he is getting it, a

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And he kept that level of pay up for the next few games. Here he was

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at match point for his place in yet another Wimbledon quarter-final.

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Richard Krajicek said earlier on radio that he said form -- Andy

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Murray looks like a Wimbledon champion. Sunday probably seems

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like an awfully long day away but he is through. This is what he made

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It was a tough match. It was bitty and we stopped a lot. Last night

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was difficult. I was in a good position. He started this third set

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well. He was hitting the ball more cleanly. I served very well in the

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third set especially. As you mentioned, it was

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frustrating with the weather. He played at noon, played a couple of

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games and then went off again. What do you do? A Beckley this time it

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was not too long. I went back, changed, had a little chat and

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listened to some music. I warmed up again. I watched some of the match

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on Centre Court as well. What music do you listen to? Ed Sheeran.

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He is playing well, really well. he is playing excellently. This is

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the best tennis I have seen him play. It seems he is more focused.

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It has made him be more aggressive. That is the type of play that will

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take him further than he has been in a Grand Slam. Everyone has been

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saying it for a number of years, he needs to be on the front foot

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rather than the back foot. A it is easier said than done. Maybe

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something did click on Saturday night. In the last 45 minutes, when

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he had no choice, he had to win those games quickly and maybe he

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realised that is the way to play better. She wants to play your best

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tennis entering the second week. Cilic was the winner at Queen's

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Club and is on a good run himself. Maybe he realised to go all the way

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he has to change his way a little bit, and not just for a set. It has

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been the best match for him so far. Let's not pre-empt whom he will

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play in the semi-final. Is he looking more authoritative?

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Definitely. Even better than his second-round match. He has picked

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it up. In the Australian Open in the semi-finals when he lost that

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match, he was still being aggressive against Djokovic. He we

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didn't win it but was so close. He became more defensive through the

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spring. In the last few days, he picked it up. This could have been

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a very difficult situation with all the rain and not being on Centre

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Court. He handled it like a champion. He has seemed more

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chilled. He seemed very chilled and at home. Maturity doesn't come

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overnight. It comes in stages. There are weeks when you get the

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message and there are other weeks when you don't want to hear the

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message. Wimbledon is the most important tournament of the year.

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He was under pressure against Baghdatis. He has handled it well

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but it is not good enough. He has been in the quarter finals and the

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semi-finals before. He must be thinking to go all the way he has

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to change. He has a new coach so maybe the whole structure is

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different this year. A OK, you can see that the covers are on on the

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outside courts but there is still play going on on Centre Court.

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This game is on the red button if you want to pursue it. Who would

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Murray played in the quarter- finals? Would it be David Ferrer or

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Del Potro is known for taking the game as long as it can go. This is

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Just anticipate so and plays the drop shot to perfection. Look how

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he moves his feet up to the ball. He caresses it beautifully and runs

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They say it is the big 7th game in tennis and this point coming up

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And he cannot save even one of the two. It is a break to Ferrer. He is

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A big miss. Forever then held serve. Here is Del Potro at the point of

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I look at Del Potro, and we were talking about him getting into the

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top five, and he needs to have more This is going to be a challenge.

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Ferreira is not sure. -- Ferrer. It may be over, it maybe not. It is

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It was saved for a nominal -- phenomenal performance today from

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David Ferrer. A first quarter-final at Wimbledon for the man that can

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perform on every surface, make no mistake. His next match will be

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Do you feel you are getting better and better? Well, I am trying to

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improve every day, to play better every day. The opponents are

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difficult to beat. Today I played really good. The opponents get

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better and tougher, and up next you've got Andy Murray. Your

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thoughts on playing him next. it is going to be very difficult to

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beat Andy Murray on any surface but on grass, it is even more difficult.

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I will try to do my best. I will try to play like today and we will

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see. Ind the Battle of the bandannas,

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you thought Del Potro was an outside contender to win this.

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Explained that result. Well, obviously, David Ferrer is a wall.

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Whatever you hit at him, he is going to come back with something.

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We shouldn't forget he is 6 ft 6 so moving on a grass court is not the

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easiest for him. And then he lost patience. I thought he was the

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favourite today. But David Ferrer, all credit to him, he always finds

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10 years ago, Daniel Ferrer was the archetypal Spaniard on play. Have

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you had said to him at the start of 2002, one day you will be a

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quarter-finalist at Wimbledon, he would have laughed at you. But he

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is getting better with age. first day and age, the clay-court

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specialists are transcending surfaces. They are so versatile.

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David Ferrer is moving so well, he has lost one set to Roddick and Del

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Potro on grass. That's incredible. And he never gives up. Every ball,

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you've got to put so far out of reach. He is the ultimate champion.

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If you want a player, besides Nadal, running for your life, it will be

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David Ferrer. This guy wakes up in the morning and he runs. This is

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how he plays tennis. He has the ultimate attitude on the tennis

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court. His technique, I call it average. The serve is a bit funny.

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But he has a heart of gold. He puts it out there every time and he is

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never going to lose it. You have to beat him and then the match point

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is down and you wake until the umpire calls, because he might

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still come back. I will ask at the end he was going to win the

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quarter-final. Before that, it has been a good day for two of our

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We think we know France. There are all kinds of stereotypical images

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burnt into our brains. And then there is the perceived arrogance.

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But Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is that one of man mould-breaker. Yes, he is

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French flair is not the only thing in his repertoire. It's also about

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being bowled. And he has, as we British might say, that certain

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something. The No. 5 seed was too much for Mardy Fish on Court No. 2

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today. He had treatment on his back. Fish only occasionally floundered

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on the way but he has made a great account of himself here. He had a

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trademark celebration. Continue in this form and the weekend may

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beckon. We think we know Germany. Alsatians, Einstein, and of course

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David Hassell off. But we know very little about their two men's

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quarter-finalists. Florian Mayer upset the seedings today. He

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reached the quarter-finals eight years ago, aged just 20 and this

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his his first in a Grand Slam since. He was in need of some cheering up

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and this will do nicely. In the last round, another 28 year-old

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German knocked out the man who knocked out Rafa Nadal. After

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almost six years off the tour, his return has been remarkable. He

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simply had a few too many happy returns of his own on Court No. 12.

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He has gone further than he ever has before in a Grand Slam. Tales

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We have gone back a quarter of a century, there are two Germans.

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happy. Their best surface is clay. But Florian Meyer is an awkward

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player. You watch him and you wonder if he can win a set. He has

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a jumping backhand on one leg. But he is a clever tack tigs and he

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makes you play worse. Either you blow him I off course or can he

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beat you. He played well in Eastbourne. He is comfortable on

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grass and he's always talented. He has the talent to maybe break into

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the top ten. On a good day he can play everyone. Leaving aside Ferrer

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and Murray, do you see it as a Djokovic, Federer, Tsonga going

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through. It seems likely. Federer, a question mark with his back. He

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has the benefit of being on Ken ser court tomorrow. But a Djokovic has

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looked solid. He has been the king of the Grand Slams the last year

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and a half and he has been looking good here so far. Back with that in

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a moment. Now let's focus on the women's quarter finals. The first

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one today, the big match, two former champions trading blows,

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Petra Kvitova against Serena Williams. Not many rallies in this.

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Just some amazing shots. Mostly from the American's racquet and

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Serena took the first set. Here we're in the second set and the

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Czech was trading blows equally. Here is Williams serving 4-5 down.

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If she loses her serve we will be locked at one set all. And who

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She had Williams on the back feet - JOHN MCENROE: Excellent depth again.

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Brought that error from Serena Williams. That is two points from a

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LINDSAY DAVENPORT: Needed that Petra Kvitova's first break point

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That is great play. I don't think you see it as much as you should.

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You try to back off her. Kvitova did well. Smart to be prepared for

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that. But Serena very alert there. Responding as champions do when

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The nerves are flying around. Kvitova -- Kvitova's playing better

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Two chess masters on the attack, The heavy artillery from Serena

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Oh dear! Too much time to think about that one. If ever there was a

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moment, that was the moment, Kvitova into the net, break to

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Serena and Kvitova broken by a barn-storming performance from

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Serena Williams. She was to use that word - awesome. Just the power

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from first to last. That was a real heavy weight contest and it was a

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lot of knock out blows. Of course there is a softer side to Serena.

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As you are about to feigned out. Yesterday, flower, today I thought

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I would get you some check lates if that's OK. Oh wow shra. I thought

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about it. He said he would have something for me. Thank you very

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much. I'm loving this tradition. I might have one if you don't mind

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will give the rest away. I will have some as well. A surprise for

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you once you get to the final. Or things up my sleeve. I will keep

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working. Never mind the tennis analysis, what do you think his

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chances are? He has got to keep trying! It is a long road, a long

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travel. What did you make of ser sr today. Her sperveing was

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extraordinary. -- serving. It has been great. It is what has kept her

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in. Today, she had it off the ground and was moving better. She

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was on balance for her ground strokes. Boris? She lived and died

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by her serve. That kept her N but in order to beat the defending

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champion you have to do more than just serving. I think her whole

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approach was better, she was more agile and was able to move on the

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grass. The last few matches, she was stiff and couldn't bend low.

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It's the quarter-final. That is what you're supposed to do. She has

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won this tournament and knows she has to raise her game. He said I

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have to get better. That is what she did. It is an obvious question,

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if there was an obvious answer, Kvitova would have found it. Those

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massive serves right down the middle, what do you, if you know

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it's coming and it was going there nine times out of ten, what do you

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do, do you go in, or stand back sh That is the challenge. Kvitova was

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always keeping the same return positioning. If somebody's serving

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well the best thing is to mix it up and maybe start leaning a bit. But

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Serena hits all the spots well. Each time Kvitova would lean, she

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would throw one out wide and it would open it up again. But Kvitova

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didn't change her game and tried to keep hitting through it and she

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wasn't good enough. That is one of great big server, how many were you

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looking at where your opponent was standing and how much were you

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thinkinging I'm going to keep going. On a good think that is what you

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think. Most days are not that good. You look at the return and exactly,

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she changed her position all the time. It made me think what is

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going. Shall I go to my favourite corner. Kvitova is still mature

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enough. It has been a year ago and she came and starred here. I think

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she has to watch this game on tape and realise what has to, she has to

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change in order to make Serena Williams think and try to change

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her serve. A final point on Serena Williams, how has she gone in three

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weeks from that catastrophic performance in Paris to this?

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first few rounds were dicey. But it is an upward curve. Yes, this with

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was the first match she looked free on the court. She was positive with

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herself and pumping herself. Burr she believed in her shot and was

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moving well. Possibly she has played it out of her system.

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will talk more about the quarter- finals in a moment. But there is

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two matches outstanding. One is on two matches outstanding. One is on

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centre court now. This is perhaps more even than we might have

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thought. 3-3 in the second set between Tamira Paszek and rerching.

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I saw Tamira Paszek has played fearless tennis. But Victoria

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Azarenka not many people have talked about her, but she is

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playing well It would be a huge upset for Paszek to win again.

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have been told Agnieszka Radwanska and Maria Kirilenko, who are 4 will

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have 4 in the third and final set are going on after that match,

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irrespective of how late that might be. This might be, if that is still

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going at 23-23 in the third, well they won't. Well it with be another

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long night on centre court. One game that has been completed was

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guaranteeed to ensure one German would make it through. Because

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Sabine Lisicki was playing Angelique Kerber. She comes from

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Keel in northern Germany, that is gined with Coventry. So in the

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third set and Angelique Kerber could have won. Here with are with

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could have won. Here with are with She's challenging. Lisicki would

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have done if there hadn't been a call. She was having to cover a lot

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of milage out there. Ore it's in. Is that clean winner, because

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Lisicki didn't gate play on it does That episode made her feel a whole

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It is nail-biting again. You have talked about the difficulty of

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beating somebody when you haven't beaten before and the senorty of

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Did Lisicki think the return was going out? She seemed to stop a

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little. I think she probably did. Was that in? It looked long.

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challenge left. We hear it was long. Another break. Three games in a row

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She has had three match points, she has the luxury of that he more - in

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It is lucky No 5 at Wimbledon. Having lost five Championship

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points at Eastbourne. It is delight for Angelique Kerber. The first

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time she has played on centre court at women wm -- Wimbledon, she has

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booked a place into her first booked a place into her first

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Wimbledon semi-final. I start well and played the first set good. And

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in the second set, I mean I had my chances. I had my four match points

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and I couldn't take it. But she played very good in this moment. In

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the third set, she is serving for match and I tried to play as long I

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can on the court and focus on me and play my game. I'm happy that I

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could change the third set to me. There didn't seem to be much love

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lost at the end. Absolutely not. I was surprised. There was hard lay

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hand shake. It was like, don't shake my hand. But we know it is

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all margins and just that. That line call which went in her favour

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and led to this reaction. The match seemed to just change. Yes it is a

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bit still not enough discussed how important mental warfare it. You

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have to make you play bad and I'm going to win. In this moment,

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Angela Kerber was relaxed. She was down and she came back and relaxed

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her and made Lisicki tighten up. She hardly won a point after that.

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It was amazing. Kerber lost the final in Eastbourne with five match

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points. She was fried in the third set emotionally. That is not easy

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to recover from. And then at the end again that line call, she

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smiled on court, started to play and came through, a huge mental

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effort to stay positive. A big mental effort for Agnieszka

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Radwanska and Maria Kirilenko who are waiting to come on. They are 4-

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4 in the final set. What is your take on it. Agnieszka Radwanska

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will always be consistent. She moves well, likes to come in. Maria

:56:18.:56:22.

Kirilenko has had so much potential and has not lived up to. Finally

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she is starting to play better and to believe she has served

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unbelievable in this match. And it has been played outdoors in the

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cold. It moves indoor and it will help Maria Kirilenko more. That

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match will follow Victoria Azarenka against Tamira Paszek. Victoria

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Azarenka won the first set. Here we're, these are laifr picturings,

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she has got a break of serve. This might be the moment of truth in a

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few moments. Victoria Azarenka should go through. Tomorrow,

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tomorrow, tomorrow, and tomorrow. It is men's quarter-final day. This

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So your decision on David Ferrer against Andy Murray is? Murray. He

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is going to take revenge of his loss in Paris. He is more

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comfortable on grass. I will go with him. You can't bet against

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Murray here. Well you could, but it is a hard time getting out of here.

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You have said David Ferrer was the great one who never gave up and you

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would want to play for your life. Now you're voting against him and

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you're the man who tipped Juan Martin Del Potro to win the whole

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thing. Keep talking, make me look good. I think the surface is the

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difference. Ferrer on clay, yes, on the grass I rate Andy Murray's

:58:08.:58:14.

chances. Where is he going to win it? Why? Where what aspect of the

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game. More powerful, nor natural. He has to play as powerful as the

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last match. Once he starts, Ferrer dictate the points, forget about it.

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Thank you. An exciting day tomorrow. Today was the end of road for some

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