In an electrifying match, Cori "Coco" Gauff, 15, beat the seven-time Grand Slam singles victor, 39, on Court One - just a week after finishing her exams.
As she's poised to follow the same path Venus and Serena Williams blazed for her, Gauff knows that she needs to take time to soak everything in and appreciate where she is and what she's doing. "I've always wanted to tell her that but I've never had the guts to before", said Gauff of her conversation with Williams after the match. "I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for her", Gauff said.
Capriati did storm back and win three Grand Slam titles but once a shoulder problem forced her to retire the old demons returned and haunted by depression she confessed in 2007: "I can't even stand my own skin".
In 2017, a then-13-year-old Gauff told CNN, "Overall, I want to be the best I can be and be the greatest", after becoming the youngest player to appear in a US Open junior final.
Gauff, who said Roger Federer had been a big help to re-energising her and could claim some credit for her winning the French Open junior title previous year, said she had finally been able to muster the courage to address one of the Williams sisters after twice failing to prior to that.
"Honestly, I don't really know how to feel".
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The Barcelona star has admitted himself that he has not been at his best, scoring just the one goal in the tournament so far. He's the best, above everyone else ". "It is embarrassing that Copa America is being played in a field like this.
A break in the fifth game of the opening set, which included a delectable lob over the statuesque Williams, was enough to win her the first set.
"My dad told me that I could do this when I was eight".
Sixth seed Alexander Zverev lost 4-6 6-3 6-2 7-5 to Czech Jiri Vesely while Greek 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas went down in five sets to Italian journeyman Thomas Fabbiano.
"I'm really happy Wimbledon gave me the chance to play, I never thought I would get this far". "She's the reason why I wanted to play tennis and the reason why my dad chose to get me a racquet". She did just that, converting her fourth when Venus put a forehand into the net.
It was the 102nd-ranked Fabbiano's first win over a top-10 player. I can't help but look inside of myself and be proud and be happy for her. Bingo attended the same high school as her father, Corey Gauff, a former Georgia State basketball player.
"She is one of the players that experienced incredible pressure at an early age", Mouratoglou said.