American men won loads of Grand Slam titles from 1968 through the 1990s, when John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Agassi, Pete Sampras and Jim Courier ruled. Leading the pack is Roger Federer, a seven-time champion at the All-England Club, who has advanced to this year's semi-finals without dropping a set.
Lloyd now lives in California but the former Southend High School pupil fondly recalls his childhood in south-east Essex.
On the technical side, serving is your opportunity to dominate your adversary right away.
"I'm happy my dream run continues, we will see what happens next", the 18-time Grand Slam winner said.
"Men are a bit private about that sort of stuff and going to the doctors". Serena Williams has won over 10 titles in that time, with sister Venus Williams reaching the semi-finals for the last two years.
Serena Williams was not going to let this opportunity pass her by, as she came out in support of Andy Murray and declared her love for him.
And there were moments along the way when Querrey himself doubted he'd ever accomplish this.
Querrey and Cilic, both 6-foot-6 and with big serves, managed to hold every time in the first set. Where does that come from? From 1990 to 1999, American men reached the semifinals or better 62 times at Grand Slams. Serena Williams clinched the Australian Open in January - while pregnant, no less - as well as the Wimbledon tournament in June 2016.
"We are sort of wimps to be honest and I'm the biggest wimp of all".
Implement the above tips until they become subconscious, and you'll find yourself playing on a completely new level. "It's just a totally different feeling". Yet the single dimension of ace rate can't explain all of Mr Muller's success on grass. With that, Murray was up by a set plus a break in the second.
For the second straight year, Sam Querrey has knocked off the defending champion and top seed at Wimbledon. "Plus the fact there was more discipline then".
Querrey hit 27 aces against Murray and was impeccable for portions of the match, finishing with 70 winners and only 30 unforced errors. Despite a court that wasn't particularly quick, Mr Muller best executed his fast-court tactics as the pressure rose.
Asked if play should start earlier than 1pm to accommodate more women's matches inside the largest arenas, Williams added: "It would be something worth considering". The other was Goran Ivanisevic, who served as his compatriot's coach until last year.