Garbine Muguruza of Spain has a drink during a break in her women's singles match against Jana Cepelova of Slovakia on day four of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Thursday, June 30, 2016. 1 Court, and defeated Serena Williams at a tournament in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2014."Yeah," Cepelova said, "I like to play on the big courts."As the owner of seven Grand Slam singles titles, including five at Wimbledon, Venus Williams is accustomed to being — and succeeding — on those stages.

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31 Kristina Mladenovic in a weather-delayed first-round match, and No. But she did offer some thoughts on the topic."It's not the ideal schedule for the women. We don't want more, just the same amount, that's all," said Williams, who was a leading voice in the push to get Wimbledon to offer equal prize money to men and women.

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"Everybody, you know, like, looking at me."Cepelova equaled her best showing at a major by reaching the third round, but this was not her first significant result. The seven seeded men who lost, all in the second round, were No. I think, for sure, more expectations from other people.""Honestly, for me, I just had very clear it was going to be a rough tournament for me after winning a Grand Slam and coming here," she continued. That group includes a Grand Slam champion (Stosur), major finalists (Errani, Jankovic), the first seeded British woman at Wimbledon since 1984 (Konta, eliminated by 2014 runner-up Eugenie Bouchard) and a top-10 player considered a possible future star of the sport (Bencic, who retired because of a left wrist injury while trailing American qualifier Julia Boserup). That happened at 7-all in the third set and, although Konjuh continued to play after a medical timeout, Radwanska was able to finish off a 6-2, 4-6, 9-7 victory. Asked whether coming into Wimbledon as the owner of a major trophy made her feel a weight on her shoulders, Muguruza replied: "No, not pressure. 3 Agnieszka Radwanska, the 2012 Wimbledon runner-up, saved three match points, then took advantage when her opponent, 18-year-old Ana Konjuh of Croatia, twisted her right ankle by accidentally stepping on a tennis ball during a point. She also wished she had taken more time to rest after the grueling two weeks at Roland Garros that culminated with a victory over Serena Williams in the final. 25 Viktor Troicki — who launched an epic tirade at the chair umpire because of a call two points from the end of his five-set defeat — No. She said she felt tired and on the verge of an illness. Muguruza was never able to get going, making 22 unforced errors and managing to produce only nine winners.