In a press conference in Wimbledon, Serena Williams commented on what she would call her partnership Andy Murray in Wimbledon mixed doubles. The American player said: "I like Murena. My vote is still for Murena. It’s great.
I definitely have been really enjoying the mixed doubles, this pairing. Quite frankly, it’s pretty cool. It’s pretty awesome”. Williams also analyzed her win over Carla Suarez Navarro: “I definitely feel like I’m getting better and better day by day.
But, every match is still super hard. Even today I won a lot of points. It wasn’t like your average 6-2, 6-2 score. Wasn’t too many 40-Love games at all actually. I think everyone is also getting better. As the tournament goes on, that’s when the better players are surviving”.
The Spaniard said: "She hits very fast, so I cannot be calm and I make more unforced errors than I usually do. I think the result was bigger than what the match showed. Winning three matches is good, but I am sad because every time I face Serena always the same thing happens and it has been many times.
I trust in doing better, in winning, but the result is not what I hope for. She still has the same desire." Williams defeated fellow American Alison Riske in the quarter-final on Tuesday to reach the semi-final. This is her 37th semi-final at a Grand Slam.