Watson admits it's a lifetime ambition to make it into the last 16 of a major and her coach Morgan Phillips is just as desperate for her to make it to manic Monday.
Two-time Grand Slam victor Azarenka beat 15th seed Elena Vesnina to join Watson in round three, in her first return to Grand Slam action since giving birth to her son Leo in December a year ago.
"I'm seeing the ball very big and moving well, which is very important for the grass", said Watson.
"You don't get to where she's got to in her career without, you know, being a really good player". Making second week of a slam would be huge for me. The resurgent performances were due to a new coaching team, claimed the Brit. "Well, the last couple months I've got a new coaching team onboard - well, a coaching team. You can shave your legs"'.
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"But I said "No, your girlfriend will kill you".
"Starts are important but I'm really happy with the second set because she raised her level". She's a great player and I had to expect she'd raise her level and try something knew.
Heather Watson has recorded an excellent win over 18th seed Anastasia Sevastova to reach the Wimbledon third round.
She raced through the first set taking it off the Latvian in just nineteen minutes on No.2 Court. Against such an aggressive player like Sevastova, Watson credited her win to some tactics, "Uhm, I just kind of went out just focusing on myself, not too much on what she was going to do".