"I feel even more pumped and happy that she's there for me.I think that's what counts the most." Ukraine's Sergiy Stakhovsky, the 27-year-old world number 116, who caused one of the great Wimbledon sensations by knocking out seven-time champion Roger Federer in the second round, already had happy memories of the All England Club."You guys tell me what kind of heart I have," said Dimitrov, in response to Williams's jibe."I am here to talk about the slippery courts, how many injuries we had, pull-outs. I think that's in the past and that's getting old." He was happy, however, to have the glamourous Sharapova looking on and insisted that her presence did not increase the pressure on him.He's such a gentleman, he's very romantic and at the same time very smart and logical.He's unbelievable." Stakhovsky's Wimbledon campaign was ended in the third round by Austria's Jurgen Melzer who married Czech player Iveta Benesova last summer, just a year after they won the mixed doubles title in London.
(UPI Photo/Christine Chew) Jürgen Melzer (born in Vienna) is an Austrian tennis player. He has a younger brother, Gerald Melzer, who he has played doubles with in several tournaments."In life and in marriage and on the court," he said.Austria's Jurgen Melzer serves it up against Andre Agassi on the Stadium Court at the newly opened Rexall Center July 29, 2004 during the Tennis Masters Canada in Toronto, Canada. He is the only player on the ATP Tour to be ranked in the Top 10 in both singles and doubles.That was it but we were both feeling there should be something and we were messaging each other afterwards.
"Our first date was in Paris in November 2010 and Sergiy proposed the following January and we got married that September.
At Wimbledon 2013, there are seismic shocks on the courts and love in the air.