It's been 10 years since the Russian beat Serena Williams in the final to win her maiden Slam at 17-years-old. "I don't think about that victory very often," Sharapova said. "Just sometimes when I need a little pick me up or when I look back at my achievements. When I do think about it, it seems so fresh and it seems like it almost happened yesterday. It's been 10 years and I'm here, yeah, still competing at a high level and still have the motivation."
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The Serb hasn't lost before the semifinals since 2010.
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Roger Federer (left) with his coach Stefan Edberg
That would be 23 Grand Slams right there.
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The Dane comes in after a confidence-boosting run to the Eastbourne semifinals last week.
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Now ranked No. 17, Tsonga could move back up the rankings with a good run here. He retired with injury in the second round last year.
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He was the last man to complete the French Open/Wimbledon double in 2010. Can he do it again?
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Li Na (left) with Wozniacki
Li hasn't played a match since her first round loss at the French Open.
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Even Roger hits the deck once in a while.
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A semifinalist in 2007, is Ivanovic a dark horse here? "After thinking that in French Open, I'll don't want to ever think about that again," Ivanovic said in Birmingham, where she won the title two weeks ago.
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Words to live by.
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See you on Monday.
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