Who is the most difficult player to face between Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic? Sam Querrey, who defeated both the Spaniard and the Serb, replied: "I mean, everyone is going to have a different answer.
For me it's Federer seems to be the toughest. I have played him three or four times and never been close. I've got wins over the other two. So, you know, I don't know if it's tactically he does things better against me than the other two.
But for me, I struggle the most against Roger. You know, I've got my clock cleaned by the other two a handful of times, as well. I feel like when you put the stats up, he separates himself by a little bit. They are all three still playing and a lot can happen in the next five years", said Querrey, who will face Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
"It feels really good. I'm kind of locked in on it. I have got good rhythm. This is a tournament that rewards good servers. Everything feels right on my serve. I love playing here and I'm getting more comfortable every year.
I like playing on the grass. It's becoming more of a thing when I get here I don't care so much who I'm playing because I have just the confidence that I can make a run regardless of who's in front of me."