It just hurts too much.
They completely dominated or at least competed for the title in every Grand Slam they entered and we're a long way from that.
He was my toughest opponent of the week and I had to play my best tennis to beat him.
He's definitely the best player in the world and is obviously showing it.
I didn't expect to be here so I don't have anything to lose, ... I'm sure Nicolas would say the same thing. There's no pressure on either of us.
I eat it all the time. It's got lots of protein.
I will definitely be happy just being able to play (in the Open), ... Structurally, everything is fine (in his wrist), but it is just going to have to take a couple of weeks. I am down from where I was this week practicing. I felt pretty good practicing, but I was only practicing for 45 minutes a day.
I tried everything, ... I tried serving and volleying. You know, I tried coming in on a lot of balls. I tried to stay back a lot... but he had the answers.
My goal was to come back a better player than when I left. I'm stronger and in much better shape and moving better. We'll see how I play after I get a few matches in.
It's a lot of what have you done for me lately, and I haven't done anything lately. I don't worry about that kind of stuff and don't mind if people recognize me or not. I love those guys and am out there having a good time.
It's nice to be back. I'm excited.
If somebody has a question about the court or the fans or how it is out there, I'll just yell and scream as loud as I can.
He's a very good counter-puncher and he passes well, ... He's a good, talented player and I am happy with the win.
It was lucky. I did it once before against James? (Blake?s) brother Thomas, but that was a long time ago.
That was a lucky shot.
My wrist hurt more than I thought it would.
If he hit the first serve hard, I would have to block it back quickly.
I think it is only a matter of time before that happens. I think some of the other guys who aren't exactly household names in tennis, but everybody is under 23. The Bryan Brothers (Mike and Bob) have done a lot to try to promote doubles, promote Davis Cup.
It hurt more than I thought it was going to.
I think he gets it. I think it's his responsibility to promote the game. I think he enjoys being in the limelight, which is lucky, to have someone that's young like that. Some people wouldn't want to be in the spotlight like that all the time, and he handles it really well. But I think it's his responsibility to go on talk shows and promote the game as best he can. I think he's done an outstanding job.
That was a lucky shot for sure. I don't practice that, but I don't shy away from that if it happens in practice.