Tommy Haas was asked if he thinks Serena Williams will win another Major. Haas replied: "I think so because she is playing and fighting. She wants to overcome Margaret Court and become the player with most Majors in history.
The way she plays and competes is amazing. She has been on the Tour for 20 or 21 years. She dealt with injuries and now she is a mother, and she also runs businesses off the court. She can still achieve a lot. Sometimes she had to face the best playere those days and she was a bit unlucky.
Sometimes she was not able to play her best tennis in the finals and the opponents deserved to win. Hopefully she keeps hungry, fighting for those goals next year and achieve this Grand Slam to seek history." On the WTA Tour lacking of consistency, Haas added: "In tennis it depends on how many tournaments you play and how many points you earn.
Th more you play and win, the more chances you have to be the number one, and as far as you go in Grand Slams, the more you can achieve it. Simona Halep, by winning Wimbledon, and Naomi Osaka in Australia show how it's done.
There are some players like Ashleigh Barty who was very consistent winning several tournaments." Rafael Nadal is looking forward to play the Laver Cup in Geneva. The Spaniard said: "It's a pleasure to be here, I had great feelings there." Team Europe's captain Bjorn Borg added: "The title defence is difficult, because we face a great team."