Sam Querrey spoke about the Big Three's dominance in the Grand Slams. The American player said: "In order to kind of break that streak, it's most likely beating Rafa, Federer, Djokovic. The mountain gets very steep from here to break that trend, but I'm going to do the best I can.
I like playing here. I'm comfortable here. This seems to be the slam where you've got odd results, if you want to call them, over the, you know, last 25 years. It's pretty incredible, their dominance. They don't seem to take a slam off, rarely a Masters Series off.
They're engaged and focused match in, match out for 15 years. It's incredible. I think it's good those guys dominate. They might just dominate till the day they retire. I don't think it sends a message or anything to those guys.
You know, it's just incredible, like, the focus of those top three guys they can just keep it up." On his abdominal issue that forced him not to compete for more than two months, Querrey added: "It was like a little -- it was a grade 1 strain.
It's feeling better. You know, three months that I took off definitely helped. Ab or stomach injuries can be tricky. I'm doing my best. I'm still rehabbing it and it's getting better and better."