Serena Williams praised Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's dominance. The American player spoke highly of the Big Three. She said: "It's a fantastic story really, to have those three guys just basically dominating almost in the same era, in the same era.
You wouldn't think that could happen in sport, and it's happened each obviously in their own time, but the battles they have against each other are really fantastic. I was just watching Roger's match the other day.
I'm every day amazed at what he can do, the magic he produces on the court. When I look at Novak to see how relaxed he is, how confident he is, it just exudes from him, which is something that's truly remarkable. They all are incredibly remarkable.
It's really great to play at the same time that these three like I said before, best players to ever exist in this era, to be a part of that is really cool." "I definitely didn't realize it was a rule. But I absolutely did have my hand over, so she definitely made the right call.
I feel like I may have done that before like in doubles, so... I'm glad because I don't want to make that mistake in our Murena doubles match. I'm glad that happened here. I guess if it bounced on your side and flipped back over, then you can reach over.
That's what I was thinking of. But it didn't bounce on my side and go back over, so... Yeah, I think it's a good rule. It's tennis. I should know the rules (smiling)."