Speaking to reporters at Queen's, Stefanos Tsitsipas commented on his relationship with Alexander Zverev. The 20-year-old Athens native said: “My relationship with Sascha is all right. I don’t see him often. When I see him it’s pretty, well ...
OK, decent. We both know that we’re going to face each other many times in the future. We both know that one of us is going to win more, one of us is going to win less. That’s the sport that we chose to play. This is a competitive attitude, this daily competition to prove to each other that we’re better”.
Feliciano Lopez, who will play doubles with Andy Murray at Queen's, said: "As soon as you hit a few balls with him, you realise that he still has the feeling, the touch. You don’t lose these abilities from one day to another.
He is one of the greatest players ever and he is still playing great”. Kyle Edmund commented on Andy Murray's comeback to the competition at Queen's. Edmund said: "The return, it's nice to see him in terms of for him.
In terms of for me, nothing changes with me. I don't start to play better or more freely. It is good to see him back for who he is. I just carry on with my own business and my own schedule and stuff and do the best I can. From him being back it is good to see him back.
It is never easy just to stop competing as a tennis player. I think he just wants to be on the court. It is always a positive sign."