“A lot will depend from our serves. I need to serve well because that’s something that he’s going to do, for sure,” Djokovic said of Tsonga, the man he beat to win the 2008 Australian Open title. “I think his game as well depends on that serve. If he starts missing first serves, then I can have some more chances in the rallies.”
“You get pushed more and more as the rounds go on,” said Murray, a three-time Grand Slam finalist who is trying to become the first Britain man to win the Wimbledon title since Fred Perry in 1936.
“I’m sure in the next round, I’m going to get pushed even harder, and I’m going to have to up my game again.”