Who will win the 2017 Wimbledon women's title?

Who will win the 2017 Wimbledon women's title?

Who will win the 2017 Wimbledon women's title?

"I think the grass always gives me extra confidence". I just won't be able to.

"I think that before I was very nervous before every match".

"She's definitely not an easy opponent, especially in the first round", Azarenka said.

And to switch to grass, it kind of limited the level, because of the surface obviously, points are way shorter, it's faster, you can't develop the same intensity, the same spin, the same footwork and running - it's challenging.

"I find out what's important and what is not". "I know I can play well on it". Will try to be better than that.

Back in 2016, during Wimbledon, Serena Williams was scrambling to muster up her 22nd Grand Slam title after two back-to-back defeats at the Australian and French Opens. Most importantly, she's putting the horrific home robbery behind her, and focusing only on tennis. "The way she recovered from it, it's really inspiring". "I will still be happy to play".

However, I simply can't get away from the fact that the Aegon Classic was only the Czech's second tournament after more than six months away from the court.

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"I don't see it like that", Kvitova said in an email to The Associated Press. I knew she could be unsafe, I was expecting a tough match. "I will focus day by day and not complicate things".

That total, to Kvitova, was a sign that she is getting closer to the player who succeeds on grass on the strength of a strong serve and powerful forehands. I practised today. I felt good. But this is a topic that has actually been bothering me.

The former world No. 1 has never quite lived up to her doubtless potential, but a career revival that came after last year's first-round Wimbledon loss means Wozniacki can not be discounted. "But the more I heard people doubting if I could come back, the more it motivated me".

"It was nice they sat in the box for me". I'm starting from zero here. Because tennis isn't everything. My mind is just day-by-day here, like past year. Everybody has their different view, on life, on goals, on timing... At this age you have nothing to lose, just go out there with no pressure, and playing.

"It would be very sad if I can't make this year". "Konta can win Wimbledon..."

French Open runner-up Simona Halep also advanced to the second round with a 6-4 6-1 rout of Kiwi qualifier Marina Erakovic. I will see how I wake up on Monday. He's a character so hopefully he can entertain lots of fans and he has brilliant talent. "It was awesome to be back here and playing on this attractive court - my favourite court". It's a huge mountain in front of him but for now he's excited. It has been slightly edited for clarity.

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