World No.1 Ashleigh Barty has brushed off talk about her being the favourite for the Wimbledon title.
There's no denying that the reigning French Open champion loves the grass season.
Her second ever WTA title came on the grass surface last year at the Nottingham Open and just last week Barty lifted the Birmingham Classic trophy.
At Wimbledon, Barty is in a loaded top quarter of the draw where there are four former world No.1's and four Wimbledon champions in the mix.
Despite being pined as the favourite for the women's singles title, Barty is just focusing on her first match against Zheng Saisai on Tuesday.
"I don't know if I'm the favourite for Wimbledon, I think I need to try to get through this first round, first and foremost," she said.
Should she see off Zheng, Barty could face dual Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova and is also projected to meet 2017 Wimbledon winner Garbine Muguruza.
From the outside, it appears there is pressure on Barty to continue her formidable form at Wimbledon.
But when asked at the pre-event press conference how she plans on dealing with it, the Ipswich-born star had this to say.
"No special techniques for me," she said.
"The only pressure I have is that I put on myself to make sure I do everything correctly and prepare as best I can to try to play a good tennis match, play well, try enjoy myself and regardless if I win or lose a match I can walk off with a smile and know I've done everything possible to try my best."
The Aussie has also received high praise on her new world No.1 title from two former world No.1's and Wimbledon Champions.
"I don't know anyone that has anything negative to say about her," 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams said.
"She's like the sweetest, cutest girl on tour. She has the most beautiful game, such classic shots. I mean, she does everything right. Her technique is, like, flawless."
World No.6 Petra Kvitova has faced Barty five times previously with their most recent encounter at the Sydney International earlier this year.
"It's nice to see her being there," Kvitova said.
"I really like her as an opponent, as a person as well. She has a great game, can mix it up, a lot of variety there. It was really nice seeing her win Roland Garros. I was really happy for her."