Maria Sharapova has failed to hide her disappointment after missing out at the semi-final stage of Wimbledon.
Sharapova, who last went all the way at Wimbledon as a 17-year-old back in 2004, admits that due to the high standards she sets herself, simply reaching the final four of a Grand Slam for the 20th time is not good enough.
"I think for many others, maybe if I was British, a semi-final would be incredible," BBC Sport quotes the Russian as saying. "I'd be on the front page of the paper, I know that.
"But I expect myself to be a champion of these events, and it's disappointing to come out as a loser because I know my level can be there, and my level can be at the point of holding these championship trophies. I know that that's what keeps me going forward."