Wimbledon has completed its first week as the world is waiting and watching to see who would become the king this time around.
Federer and Djokovic have had easy rides into the fourth round, while Murray has had a far tougher ride.
The world number one has had to really sweat it out as Murray was pushed to the limit by Fognini.
But there have been some complaints made, as several players have complained about the condition of the court.
Jamie Murray, who had lost his doubles match had this to say,
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“The courts this year were different in the way that you could see where people put their foot in, it was almost like the turf had come up,” he told The Times.
“I’ve been playing here a lot of years and I’ve never seen the courts that – I wouldn’t say bad, but they weren’t good. I don’t know why they were reacting like that to the players’ movements.”
This is what Djokovic had to say,
“I haven’t had that kind of experience before in Wimbledon, to be honest,” he said. “I mean, the courts are always perfect here.
“Obviously grass is very demanding surface for maintenance. So obviously different weather conditions can affect the quality of the grass, I would assume.
I’m not really to the full extent familiar with all the steps that are necessary for preparation and maintenance of the grass during the tournament.
“But the more you play on it, the worse it is, obviously. You don’t have as much grass already now at the end of the first week.
But I’m sure that the groundsmen will try to do everything possible to make it playable for the athletes as much as they can in the second week.
“Obviously now there is not much you can do. I’m sure they know what they’re doing. They know their job the best in the world.
But you can see that there is a slight difference in the quality of the grass. This year seems like it’s a bit softer.”