Published: Fri, July 07, 2017
Finance | By Laverne Griffith

Heather Watson feels confident with her game after impressive victories

Heather Watson feels confident with her game after impressive victories

After her run to the Eastbourne semi-final, Heather Watson believes she is coming into form at just the right time after the British number two booked her place in the Wimbledon second round. Nevertheless, Watson has good memories from that memorable match as she mentioned in her press conference, "The thing I remember most is just the support and the crowd during that match".

Watson will next face Victoria Azarenka after the Belarussian, back on tour after giving birth to her first child in December, ousted 15th-seeded Russian Elena Vesnina. "I feel like I'm seeing the ball very big and am moving well". Making second week of a slam would be huge for me. And if I do, my coach said he'd shave his head.

"No, your girlfriend will kill you".

Watson, who has had a hard 12 months, dropping outside the top 100, made the semi-finals in Eastbourne and is hoping her good form continues.

She said: "I'm happy with them. You can shave your legs"'. "You don't get to where she's got to in her career without being a really good player".

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The 25-year-old said: "I'm not motivated every week".

"She stepped up in the second set, but I was able to keep my cool and stay with her".

Romanian Irina Begu failed to make it to the second round after she was beaten by 27th seed Ana Konjuh after the Croatian took the third set to win 7-6 (3) 2-6 6-3.

She lost only eight points on her way to winning the opening set in just 19 minutes.

"It's always going to change and I was pleased with how I remained calm and just kept doing what I was doing". She's a great player and I had to expect she'd raise her level and try something knew.

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