In an interview to Daily Mail, Johanna Konta commented on how she will approach Wimbledon. The British player said: "It will be the same approach as every other tournament, I'm here to stay until the very end and so is everyone else.
I'm feeling good. I feel like I'm improving every week, every day, every time I step out on to the court I feel like I have a purpose." Konta reached the semifinals at The Championships two years ago but she played down big expectations on her: 'I'm neither Tim Henman nor Andy Murray.
I play to do the best I can, so what I will achieve will be what I will achieve. If I were to retire tomorrow then I've got a tremendous amount to be proud of that I've achieved in my career. But I also consider myself to be an all right person.
I'm not retiring tomorrow. I'm still playing and I'm looking to keep getting better and to keep putting myself in positions to achieve something great results-wise. However, I don't think it's a fair question to be asked.'
She concluded: "I don't necessarily separate myself from mankind. I like to think that I'm part of the human race and I don't take on the responsibility of representing every woman in the world."