"Every time when I see an article or a video, especially which I enjoy a lot, I see something about the queue", the 20-time grand slam victor told reporters after his second-round win over Lukas Lacko.
"I like to mix it up", added the 36-year-old. "I hope I can win a few more matches here and the German crowd can watch some tennis".
French star Gael Monfils got caught up in the excitement and drama of England's World Cup victory over Colombia while watching the penalty shootout in a London pub. I don't want. Sorry.
And it's got everything to do with the World Cup. To have one more it's impossible.
"I'm getting there, I'm not there yet but I expect to get there not only for Wimbledon but for tournaments in the future". M. Keys beat L. Kumkhum 6-4, 6-3 to progress further. Up next for the Romanian is Hsieh Su-Wei from Taiwan.
"She's improved tremendously", said Clijsters.
No such problems for Federer, who won 35 straight points on his serve on route to beating Lukas Lacko of Slovakia 6-4, 6-4, 6-1.
"A lot of times you just have to weather the storm and play better on those big points, and, I mean, the fact she's basically done that her whole career is really impressive". "From my end I'm very happy".
Plenty of players look up to her. Kerber lost their only grand-slam clash at last year's U.S. Open. "I don't know if I've ever played her before which is tough", said Venus, who booked her place in the third round for the 18th time.
"It's a wonderful feeling walking out there, I take every match one at a time, I try to put on a good match, try hard every time, and will never underestimate anybody - that keeps me in check". It's more challenging, but I wouldn't change it.
Lucas Pouille became the latest seeded player to exit the men's draw at Wimbledon after a 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (8), 3-6, 6-2 defeat to Austrian qualifier Dennis Novak. The Croatian, runner-up in 2017, last bowed out in the second round in 2013. "I felt good out there and had less nerves than in the first round", he told BBC Sport.
"In the fourth set he broke my serve but I was calm". I think the way I have been playing, the way I have been approaching my game, I think I really need to be focusing on that.
Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens is also through with a 6-4, 6-0 result against Russian Anna Blinkova, but Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska is out following a 7-5, 6-4 loss to Czech Lucie Safarova.
"I'm just very pleased that I found a way in that first set, then also stayed calm in the second set, regardless that I had maybe missed opportunities".
After two and a half days of blistering sunshine at Wimbledon, there was rain on day three.
Victory meant that Barty has a tour-leading 12 grasscourt victories this year.
"Ideally it's two sets", Venus said.
When she arrived at Wimbledon this year, Williams took her 10-month-old baby onto the Centre Court.
Milos Raonic in a match with John Millman had to play three tie-break games.