In an interview to Express, Tim Henman commented on Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's dominance. "The reasons why they keep getting to the latter stages of these events is because they're playing at a completely different level to the rest of the field.
Until one of the next generation steps up their level or the level of the top three drops, that's going to be the nature of these bigger tournaments. For me it's been a golden era in men's tennis, I don't think we should complain about it.
We should enjoy them while they're performing the way they are." In a column for BBC Andy Murray spoke about how it has been like to play mixed doubles with Serena Williams in Wimbledon. The British player said: "Wimbledon has been great fun so far and, as I joked after our first match, we are both younger siblings - so we are very competitive.
We want to have a few more days and matches playing together, hopefully until the final on Sunday. I wouldn't say anything has particularly surprised me about Serena as a player or a person, even though I didn't know her particularly well before we played and we have not spent loads of time together.
But you expect someone who has been as successful as she has to be extremely competitive - and she is. Even though it is mixed doubles, and her priority is singles, she goes out there and wants to win every point. Her record speaks for itself and the more matches she plays, her performances and level will only increase."