Tim Henman came as close as any Brit to winning Wimbledon since Virginia Wade in 1977 when he reached the semi-finals in both 2001 and 2002.
Ahead of the 2022 event, in which Novak Djokovic is favourite to win the men’s singles title in in the latest online betting, Henman’s 2002 quarter-final opponent Andre Sa explains what it was like playing the home favourite in such a big match.
The Brazilian describes:
- How it felt to have the whole crowd against him.
- The tension in Centre Court when he won the second set.
- Why Henman was just too good for him on the day.