Laura Robson has reached the fourth round of Wimbledon without her mum in the crowd watching her - and the 19-year-old says she plans to keep it that way.
The world number 38 came back from a set and a break down against Marina Erakovic to reach the last 16 on Court Two on Saturday.
In doing so, she has guaranteed that she will be the first British woman to break into the world's top 30 since 1987 when the rankings are updated after Wimbledon.
Her mother Kathy has been absent from the tournament, staying in her home in Greece for the week because she could not find a sitter for her dogs.
But when Robson was asked if her mum would now fly out as she plays Kaia Kanepi for a place in the quarter-finals on Monday, she indicated she would rather keep her routine as it is.
"I don't think so. I'm doing okay without her here," she said.
"Because then like it's a whole other situation and it breaks your rhythm a little bit. So you need to have the exact same thing all the time."
Robson has become a household name after her run at SW19, and after winning earlier in the week was congratulated by the eclectic likes of the Prime Minister and One Direction, but insists that with the best years of her career still ahead of her, she is just enjoying the week as best she can.
"It's now my second time in the second week of a Slam, so that's pretty cool...except at the US Open I played on the Sunday, so it didn't quite feel like a second week, and my brother said it didn't count!" Robson added.
"But this time will be on the Monday, so that's pretty cool.
"It's good to do well, especially at Wimbledon, but I'm going to be playing for another 10 years, so it's all bonuses at this stage.
"It's tough to play your best tennis all the time. What I've been working on is just accepting that I'm not going to play great tennis in every match."
Laura Robson's mother Kathy in 2008, watching her daughter win Junior Wimbledon