Middle Sunday.

So, the greatest day in tennis is almost over. Middle Sunday at Wimbledon. There is something very charming about this day. Something very civilized. Not sure how to explain it. After almost a full week of competing and battling, this Sunday comes as a white flag between us players and we tend to smile more than during the other days. I just love the atmosphere on the grounds during this day. From being so packed and so loud to so quiet and calm.

I love reaching the second week of a Grand Slam, but I can not say with a straight face that I have deserved it this time. We have only won one match and due to scheduling and weather we have now reached the second week. Not ideal because now the schedule will be very tight. But at least there are a lot of teams in the same situation.

We were hoping to play the day after Lukasz's 2nd round win, but since Lleyton couldn't finish his match they got pushed back to the next day. The the horrible weather yesterday got our match cancelled pretty early. Nothing to do but prepare as good as you can.

Coach Jonas Björkman arrived today and I forced him to come straight to the courts to practice with me. No rest for the wicked...

Tomorrow we have a very tough match like I said. We played Guccione/Hewitt in the first round in Paris and it was a battle. Now I hope we can come out on top again. Battle or no battle...