Andy Murray, Serena Williams Teaming Up for Mixed Doubles at Wimbledon

Ross Houston
July 14, 2019

Undoubtedly the Chilean-German duo will have never encountered anything like the attention the clash will receive with the match expected to be played later this week on Centre Court or Court One.

When the reply came, "we do really want it", Williams countered, "All right, done, just for you guys". This is insane. We'll see. Both sides kind of wanted to see how her match went before we did the final part. "It's always hard to tell in mixed doubles because you only have them in the grand slams, so nobody gets the chance to specialise in it or play it a lot".

Two-time men's singles champion Murray and Williams, a 14-time victor in singles and doubles, face Andreas Mies and Alexa Guarachi in the first round.

She said: "It's great that he's playing, in general". "His work ethic is just honestly off the charts", added Serena. "He's actually one of the few", Williams said.

"There's so many things to be admired".

"He really stands out, he really speaks up about women's issues no matter what", said Williams. So I was just trying to paint something - and my attempts were hilarious.

The 11th seed and the seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams is through to the second round, ousting the Italian Giulia Gatto-Monticone 6-2, 7-5 in an hour and 19 minutes.

A 32-year-old who donned the gold and black strip and took to the pitch for Gairdoch United in his younger years is making his sporting comeback alongside tennis legend Serena Williams at Wimbledon this week.

The 37-year-old American, who if she wins Wimbledon will share the record with Margaret Court of 24 Grand Slam titles, eased through the first set.

Williams feels she has plenty in common with Murray. That is what every coach will tell the male player. "I had to remind myself that the lines are the same size". "She felt fine yesterday [after her match] and I saw her briefly today - she seems like she is up for it!" Well, a couple of my friends are really interested in art and I always used to make fun of them because they would show me a piece of art and I would say "that looks like something I could do".

Meanwhile a third wrote: "I really really hope this happens".

"I'm glad I got the chance to still play with her", Juvan said, "because she's done so much in her career".

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