Thanks for bringing it up and putting me down. I appreciate that.
I think maybe I was one, two steps slower today. I think that makes the difference.
You made more aces in one set than Radwanska in the whole tournament, so that helps probably in the final. Out of 18 Slam finals you won 13 and you lost 4. You're tied sixth all-time with Hart, Goolagong and King. That sounds interesting to you, or don't you care?
It's pretty cool to be mentioned with those names, especially King. She's someone I really look up to. So that's cool.
Especially in the end of the court it's pretty old grass, and you really have to be careful because the bounces are really tricky.
We've not noticed that happen on Centre Court before.
I've noticed it everywhere. Men also grunt really loud.
I meant the crowd's reaction.
Yeah, maybe you weren't at every match.
She's a shot-making genius.
Pam Shriver, describing Agnieszka Radwanska
Well, I'm just happy. I'm so happy to be playing. I'm so happy to be on the court. I feel like this is where I belong. I mean, maybe I don't belong in a relationship. Maybe I don't belong somewhere else. But I know for a a fact I do belong on this tennis court.
I mean, yeah, what can I say? I mean, she played a very, very good match.
Which would give you more pleasure, going to your brother's wedding or winning the Wimbledon final?
That's a silly question. I think you know the answer.
The Ladies final will be a battle of total opposites. The visible power and potential dominance of Williams vs. the internal machinations and dastardly wizardry of Agnieszka and The Radwanska. But there won't be enough room on the Centre Court for all three of them.
...The older I get, the better I serve.