"There were definitely some issues, a lot of ups and downs", Venus said. I'll have to see what's working. And, as Reuters notes, she's heading into the final "an nearly unthinkable 17 years after her first" Wimbledon title.
"I think it can only be a positive thing at home", Konta said.
"If you felt it before, it's really helpful. So I just have more information about the situation".
It is Federer's third time reaching the Wimbledon final without dropping a set. She is quick to point out that she has had the most fun over the past four years, and that has translated to great success on the court - including eight Grand Slam titles since the start of 2013. "I don't think she needs to be discouraged at all", the 1977 champion said. It was a total disaster. She says raising her baby with the same values her parents instilled in her, and providing him or her with a great life, is her main priority going forward. Of course I was nervous because I always dreamt to be here.
"All the names that I read on the honours board, I know all of them. There's moments where maybe you aren't as relaxed as other moments but it's about handling it".
With Sam Sumyk, Muguruza's regular coach, missing Wimbledon due to his wife's pregnancy, Martinez offered to assist the 23-year-old.
"I missed her so much before this match". I remember that specifically.
However, that was on clay, and facing the American on grass, a surface she dominated in the noughties, will be a different proposition altogether. The year, too, that Zina [Garrison] got to the final  is unbelievable. You don't have to love tennis to understand that this is very big stuff, in any sport.
"I never played with any sense of panic, which is so important when it gets to crunch time".
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Querrey under pressure couldn't pinpoint his first serve and, worse, missed an easy smash. "Nothing much I could do", Murray said. Djokovic subsequently retired when a set and a break down to Tomas Berdych as he was unable to continue due to an elbow issue.
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His struggles with his wedge play were apparent once more, as he barely gave himself a look at getting the necessary two birdies. And then two Englishman. "I can't say it's going to happen into next week, and I know I can't do it on demand".
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Querrey is the first American man in the semi-finals of a Grand Slam since Andy Roddick finished runner-up at Wimbledon in 2009. She missed the second half of last season after wrist and knee operations, and her ranking fell out of the top 400.