But life goes on and I still have to do my 'job'.
There are a few things that keep me entertained though - reading post-match interviews.
Check out some of these Q&A... the media can be very annoying... and at times funny too.
Fernando Verdasco survived four gruelling sets to beat Kristof Vliegen 7-6(7-3), 6-7(3-7), 7-6(7-4), 6-4 to make the third round.
Q. Is the rumor true that after Laura Robson's loss in the first round that you telephoned her to console her about this loss?
Q. Laura Robson.
VERDASCO: No. Who said that?
Q. Rumor. (Changing topic) Which part do you admire the most about Federer?
Q. We notice today after many years Mirka wasn't in your box. Should we wait for some special announcement to be made sooner than expected, or not?
FEDERER: No, no, not really. She's just not feeling, you know, a hundred percent. She only felt 95%, so we decided it's better if she takes it easy instead of sitting in the sun maybe, feeling worse the next day.
It's important for her to rest. She's already feeling better, which is good.
Q. Is it still 10 August, more or less, the date?
FEDERER: I never said it. I don't know who told you, but... you can speculate as much as you want.
Q. Mirka told me.
FEDERER: Mirka told you? I'm sure she did (smiling).
Q. Inside information.
FEDERER: She invited you, too, didn't she?
Q. What is your football team in Argentina?Note: Obviously the person who asked this question didn't know that Dulko is dating Fernando Gonzalez.
DULKO: Football? Boca and Tigre.
Q. Do you have a boyfriend?
DULKO: We talking about tennis here. Not personal, no. I'm not gonna talk about that.
Q. Can you comment on Larry Scott. He's leaving at the end of the week. His tenure.Serena is hilarious!
WILLIAMS: Ten years. Was it ten years already?
Q. His tenure.
WILLIAMS: Oh, tenure.
Q: (Indiscernible - The journalist must be asking whether her fiance Sohrab Mirza is there in Wimbledon.)There was this particular journalist who kept asking the same silly question about pollution in Beijing to the top players like Serena and Federer. She got this answer from Djokovic...
MIRZA: No, he's not here.
Q. Do you call him before the match? Does he call you?
MIRZA: That's a bit personal.
Q. Let me ask you about last year's Olympic Games. You were playing there, but there had been discussions about air quality before the games. Were you actually worried going there playing? How did you feel when you were actually playing there?
DJOKOVIC: Well, I think it's passed a lot of time since then. I don't know why we should talk about it now. But anyway...
(Images via Getty Images, Wimbledon official website)