13 July 2019, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom
First of all, a big thanks to Andy .
I’m not going to lie, when we found out we were going to be playing Wimbledon for the first time, we did send each other a cheeky Whatsapp and say, ‘let’s make sure we’re both in the final’. So Andy, thanks very much mate, I love that, you’re an absolute legend, and I loved winning the doubles with you yesterday, but most importantly, you’re a great bloke, so thanks mate.
We weren't able to play Wimbledon the last few years...I'm going to get emotional...and to come out here and to get to play on the grass, for a young kid from Australian who was born in a wheelchair, it was a bloody dream come true - it really was.
To the All England club, thanks so much for having us - I hope we put on an entertaining show all week. I know we did, because look how many bloody people are here in this stadium.
You can't tell me people don't want to watch wheelchair tennis. It's such an entertaining sport. To everyone that played it on the BBC, thank you, and to everyone back home who played it - Fox Sports and it was on the Seven App. I can't thank you enough for broadcasting this, because not only does it change our lives, but it changes the lives of a lot of little kids out there with disabilities who see people like them on TV for the very first time.
To everyone who did that, thank you so much.