Williams and Federer are champions, with 43 Grand Slam singles titles between them, because they don’t take competitive moments for granted. Their legacies were cemented long ago, yet the stakes of a set or match point particularly at Wimbledon have never gotten old or familiar. They savor the pressure.
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They played as a team. Everybody was excited for one another when somebody made a big shot, big play. It reminded me of us a little bit how it was next man up and just cheering for each other. He has refused to let his disability hold him back and uses stories about how it has affected him in his comedy show Blinkered.Jamie, 38, from Glasgow, has taken his act to the Edinburgh Fringe and will perform at the city’s Assembly Rooms until August 26.Jamie said: “I’m always talking about stories and the way it has happened in my life. If I was a one liner guy doing puns, it wouldn’t matter at all because the comedy wouldn’t have to be about the person or the disability. There’s some st that goes on in the disabled world that’s quite funny to send up.”He talks in his show about changes in the disability benefits system.Jamie said: “The number of points to get benefits means it feels like a horrendous game show.’You do us a huge injustice when you define us by what our husbands do’ Military wives’ resilience and skills celebrated in new exhibition”I also talk about trying to pick up dog st when you can’t see so it really does swing through the spectrum.”People ask if I do social crusading stuff but my primary goal with any show is for people to be entertained and have a laugh.