Serena Williams spoke highly of Roger Federer in a press conference in Wimbledon. The American player believes the Swiss moves in an unbelievable way. "Honestly, what strikes me most is just how he just keeps producing it day after day, time after time.
I mean, any match, he'll just pull out some magic. I'm just really amazed at his hands, how fast they are, how athletic he is, but how graceful. It's like a ballerina with all that power. It's so effortless, it's amazing.
It's amazing to watch," said Serena. Williams defeated compatriot Riske in three sets in the quarter-finals on Tuesday. She will play Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic next, in the semi-final. Federer spoke of Ugo Humbert: "He's new to the scene there.
Joao maybe on the grass was always going to be a long shot to beat Rafa, especially after his match against Dan [Evans]. Berrettini also was the first time this deep. Naturally, we're going in as favourites into these games. This is maybe the wrong time to look at this kind of situation."