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At the time, Wozniacki tweeted that it was "a hard time" for her. I don't smoke grass, I'm not getting married (yet) and I don't want to kill Rafael Nadal.." While Murray may cringe at his mother's expression of lust for Wozniacki's potential admirer Lopez, the Spaniard was only too willing to return the compliment when asked about Judy. "I know everybody has been joking about Judy and me but we are good friends and I admire her personality and her charisma." Meanwhile, Judy is rumoured to be Strictly Come Dancing's next star and the show's former presenter Sir Bruce said she would be "great" on the programme.
At a post-match press conference at Wimbledon, a reporter said to Wozniacki that she seemed to have a great admirer in Lopez. Asked if he thought she would be a good contestant, Sir Bruce said on his arrival at the All England Club: "Of course she would." He added: "Judy Murray would be great actually." The entertainer, who was joined in the Royal Box by his wife Wilnelia, also said: "We'd like to get Andy on there." Judy is thought to be in talks to swap Centre Court for the ballroom and quickstep her way on to the BBC1 show.
On the court, Heather Watson became the third British player to reach the second round with an impressive win over Ajla Tomljanovic.
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