Roger Federer began his quest for a record-extending ninth Wimbledon men's singles title with a routine win over Serbia's Dusan Lajovic.
Asked what has changed since that golden evening against Federer, the 32-year-old said: "I'm older, more kilometres under my legs".
Rafael Nadal is not concerned about a lack of match practice on grass but the world number one is unsure how much of a threat he will be at Wimbledon. "I am not here to play the tournament; I am here to try to have a good results", said Nadal, who opens against Israel's Dudi Sela in the first round.
"With us, we're a little more in control, let's be honest". "I've been tested quite a bit, quite frequently out of competition".
Cash likes what he sees in the 19-year-old from Richmond Hill, Ont.
Despite all his experience, playing the first match on Centre Court is still an anxious moment for Federer, who skipped the clay-court season to stay fresh for Wimbledon.
Federer breezed into the second round over Lajovic, 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. Even when I won here, when I played finals here, I played five in a row I think.
Federer was keen to play down the new deal, worth £220m over 10 years, at the Stuttgart Open.
When he finally retires, Wimbledon will be the grand slam most synonymous with Federer. "It's a massive honour".
"I mean, besides the history and the mythical place that it is, you can not also practice on it".