I felt pretty tired this morning when I woke up.
Everything was going too fast for me.
It wasn't the tennis, I think it was something in the head.
I felt pretty tired this morning when I woke up. Then when I was warming up in the court, I was feeling heavy and the balls were not going out of the racquet that much like last time ... everything was going too fast for me.
I think it was too much for me.
On Thursday we cannot be friends on the court, ... But then after we can go and drink one beer together.
And I got so many phone calls. I didn't know that I'd had that big an impact on people.
I played him five weeks ago, I think, in LA and I beat him .
Nervous? ... No, not nervous. Just get out there and hear the noise, it was an amazing feeling. It's so nice.
For me it was just unbelievable to come out here, ... I told myself before the match to just go out there and enjoy it.
I had a nice moment. I have to try to forget it.
They told me that tomorrow they'll make big deal out of it, but try to forget what happened yesterday, and stay focused on your doubles, and they stayed focused on your match, the singles. It's nice to see people so much interested in you, you still have to focus on what you have to do.
I told myself don't be nervous, it's a big opportunity. The whole world is watching.
I see these guys in a different way.
I took advantage of every second I was out there. It was so much fun for me.
It's kind of funny, ... Tomorrow I'm going to play with him and Thursday I'm going to play against him.
For me, it was just unbelievable to come out here today. I told myself to enjoy it and I did every minute.
I know him very well, ... He was very nervous from the beginning, he needed more confidence in order to get into the match but I did not give him any chance.
I think it was something in the head. I have to learn how to deal with this thing, with these kind of moments.