In an interview to Sport Klub, the Andy Murray' mother Judy commented on Novak Djokovic's Wimbledon chances. The British player said: "He needs to be a favorite, he has an unbelievable record here. He is such a unique player, he has been at the top for a long time, he loves Wimbledon, he knows what's that about, he understood how to prepare himself, how to compete over two weeks.
Everything is about focus because the competition is long. I have been knowing him since he was 11 or 12, Andy and their same aged players. It was amazing to follow his career, we are good friends with his family, his wife and his children now.
It was nice to see the way they played those tournaments until dominating. He is my favorite for a new title." On Andy playing mixed doubles with Serena Williams, Judy added: “What an opportunity, it will be great fun.
I think it looks like a really strong partnership. It’s always difficult to tell as you only have mixed doubles at the Grand Slams, so nobody really get a chance to specialise in it or play it a lot. It was seven years since he last played mixed. They both have good form in singles and doubles, so hopefully they can be the perfect match."