最近大事...
★Australian Open - January 18 - 31 , 2010 - Melbourne (AUS) * TW+3.




Our Roger...

1-6、3-6、0-6
超無言的比賽
坦白說 我是很勉強的在把比賽看完

小費在第ㄧ盤發球局就被破發
我還安慰自己 還早還早
後來在納豆發球局出現破發點沒有破發
第ㄧ盤看下來 根本覺得小費毫無鬥志
而且第ㄧ盤的二發贏球率竟然是0%
不過還是再度安慰自己 你是在暖身對吧 小費?! 口||
但之後就ㄧ直重複一些事情
1.小費不停掛網(第二盤出現數據UE在net高達19個)
2.小費上網一直被穿越
3.小費不停出界
4.只要納豆打出高吊 小費連救都沒有回去救
有種出界最好 沒有就算了的感覺
(這點讓我不敢相信 看到這樣的小費)
而納豆的高吊球都會in



實在是差太多了
小費好像採取每一球都好好打 慢慢打的策略
節奏穩定 沒有乎快忽慢的感覺
but~ 總覺得好像是納豆在指導小費打球一樣><


教練臉色都難看了
納豆的發球局 可說是一點機會都沒有
小費失誤太多
如果再減低失誤 應該會有機會的
第二盤小費雖然有一段時間嘗試
要用正拍將球推得很深 再趁勢上網
就算納豆打得回來 防守住以截擊得分
這招術奏效了幾次
最後納豆還是太強了
小費根本沒機會用這招



第三盤時 我原本寄望小費可以打五盤
就像在某ㄧ年那樣對納豆
但其實心裡很清楚 除非是奇蹟出現了
球評後來還開始提到小德
小費會不會連小德都打不過啊?!
mirka也低落了 教練也是
0-6 結束

整場比賽小費情緒沮喪 沒有鬥志>"<



吼 我超討厭紅土的
雖然小費在紅土滑步&煞車超帥
但比賽都亂轉播不說
頻道可以看的少之又少
早就想要提早迎接草地賽季
(最近大事欄位 早就先以筆記本打好啦
哈哈 只要複製貼上就行了)
現在終於來臨了~~~
小費 給我好好打!!!
最好 溫布敦也三盤解決+貝果賞給納豆或是其他任何人
聽到沒啊~~~
好好練練再來吧!!!



***
Q. That couldn't have been what you envisioned when you walked onto the court.

ROGER FEDERER: No, not really. I was hoping for a better outcome, no doubt, you know. But Rafa played well today, made it hard for me, and, yeah, was better. It was a tough loss, but I tried and I hoped, and it wasn't enough.


Q. Has he improved since this day one year ago, and have you gone off?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I think he's played a terrific tournament, you know. He's dominated everybody he played these last two weeks, you know. I mean, I definitely think he's improved.

I always had that feeling, you know, he's playing, you know, quite differently to the first time we played here in Paris in the semifinals. He's much better on defense, much better on offense, you know.

When you, you know, really cannot play your game and he can, you know, play exactly what he wants from the baseline, well, you end up with scores like this sometimes. It's tough for the opponent, obviously.



Q. Commiserations, Roger. It's 3‑All in the second set. You have that break point to go ahead 4‑3, and Nadal hits that dropshot. You chase it down. You look to just flick a backhand winner, but unfortunately you net. You don't win another game thereafter. I mean, that was a pivotal game, wasn't it?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, looking back, it was. I didn't think it was going to happen when I missed that backhand, you know, into the net. But what can you do? You know, I mean, I guess that was my best chance. But if that would have completely turned the match, I don't know.

Didn't come real close today so it's disappointing, because I really thought I was playing well the last few weeks and months. And where I've come from, you know, the last, you know, last half year or so, I think, you know, I'm still very ‑‑ we're very pleased, you know, with the efforts I've put in, you know.

So to lose the way I did today, it's obviously hard and it's a rough loss, but it's ‑‑ it's okay. I'll move on from here, and I'll try again next year.

Q. There was almost some 50 unforced errors, approximately, that you did. Do you think that's because of some overconcentration that worked against you, or is it just that what we call unforced errors, the way Nadal's balls bounce, you disliked them? Like, what made these unforced errors that were so numerous?

ROGER FEDERER: Um, look, doesn't matter now what happened, you know. I mean, the match is over; clay court season is over. I'm just here to answer some questions, not to analyze the match. I wish it was a different outcome.

I wish it could have, you know, gotten off to a better start, like maybe the last few years, but today Rafa was supreme, so it was hard.


Q. If there is a key reason in your mind for what happened, and could you name it?

ROGER FEDERER: I didn't get the beginning.


Q. If there is some key reason in your mind for what happened...

ROGER FEDERER: What kind of reason?


Q. Key reason.

ROGER FEDERER: Key reason. Excuse me, okay.



Q. For what happened, could you name it? This thing that happened today, what is it going to mean for you in the next future?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, key for me is the way Rafa played. I mean, no doubt he played excellent. He hardly made unforced errors, and when he's on the attack, he's lethal.

On the defense, he had some, I mean, unbelievable shots, you know. I can only praise him for the level of play he's had for the last two weeks and today again under pressure.

It's not like it's easy for him either. He handles it very well. To come up with a performance like this under pressure shows what a great champion he is.

For me, I mean, it's been a good tournament. I still go out of this tournament, you know, with a positive mindset. You know, not with a mindset, Oh, my God, you know, I had no chance today. I mean, I had a little chance in the second set. Okay.

But, you know, it doesn't matter now. I mean, I'm going to look forward to grass. I think the second half of the season, hopefully, is going to be better than the first.



Q. Does the magnitude of something like this shake your belief that you can win this title?

ROGER FEDERER: Sure. I mean, after a loss like this you don't want to play Rafa again tomorrow, that's for sure, you know. You hope to be here again next year, and you probably assume that Rafa is going to be here, also.

It doesn't make it easier, you know. But I still believe that with the right mindset, with the hard work I'm going to be able to put in hopefully, you know, without hiccups, like what I had in December and February where I unfortunately missed out on, you know, key practice, you know.

I hope that that's going to maybe help me again for next year to be even better than this year. But, I mean, I still feel like I'm improving, you know. Same counts for him. So let's see what happens again next year this time.


這盤子在巴黎可以遮陽 溫布頓可以遮雨 還不錯啦

Q. When you do play again in possibly four weeks today, will you have still have the psychological edge, do you think? Or do you think maybe that's changed after today?

ROGER FEDERER: Um, look, I mean, I've beaten Rafa 6‑Love in a set. I've beaten him in finals before. I've beaten him also quite comfortably on previous reasons. Didn't really give me the edge on clay against him, you know.

I haven't lost on grass for, what is it, five years now, six years? I still definitely feel very strong about my chances and being the big favorite, you know, going into grass. You know, it's so far away, grass and clay, that losing in four or five or, you know, no chance like today, I don't think it has a big effect on me mentally.


Q. Will you play in Halle?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, yeah, I'm scheduled to play.



Q. Roger, you're by miles the second best clay court on earth. At the end of this long clay court season and this incessant talk about Rafa, are you a little bit relieved the clay court season is over?

ROGER FEDERER: No. I mean, the tough part about the clay is, let's say the first three or four weeks, you know. Not that enjoyable, you know, because everybody is just talking about Paris, everything is just, you know, this big hype. I mean, it's nice to be part of it. It means you're playing well. It is a little bit much at times.

But when sort of the French Open comes around everything sort of calms down. You focus on your section. You know, you're only sort of doing press every second day which sort of helps, as well.

Now I'm much more relaxed than maybe, you know, one month back where I don't think it's that enjoyable for us players sometimes.


Q. Beyond that, your peers look at you as an extraordinary player. Do you look at Rafa as an extraordinary player on clay?

ROGER FEDERER: Sure. I mean, it's not first time I'm saying that. I'm giving him plenty of compliments. Yeah, I don't know what to tell you.


Q. At this stage in your career, do you still have sort of the capacity for moral victories? Or do you pretty much just go into a tournament, and if you're not winning the trophy it's not fully satisfying?

ROGER FEDERER: No. I mean, like ‑‑ I mean, the tournament has been good for me. I mean, I go out of this tournament thinking, you know, I tried everything I could. You know, I put myself in the position. But Rafa was better today, you know.

So I do find ways to stay positive even though I don't win the tournament, you know. You know, especially when you end up losing sometimes, victory is so much better, you know. On clay, you know, it's been tough on all of us, you know.

But I stayed very strong and, you know, in my mind, you know, trying to put myself over and over again in the same position and playing Rafa. I could lose every time in the semifinals and tell myself I don't want to face him in the finals, but I've been strong and I've been tough, and I made my way there. That gives me great, great feeling, you know, a good satisfaction.

Then, of course, I hope I can play better when I play Rafa or, you know, that he maybe doesn't play so well. But, you know, like today, it's hard to play against him. It was hard for everybody who faced him these last two weeks. But for me, you know, I go out and I'm positive. It doesn't always need to be a victory to go out in a positive mindset.


Q. Are you going to continue working with José Higueras?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah. I mean, we spoke about it briefly at the beginning of Paris, you know. He's going to come to Halle with me, and he's also going to be in Wimbledon. It's something we're going to speak about the next few weeks, you know.

But I've given the request that he should consider what weeks he wants to join me for the rest of the year, so we'll see how it goes.


Q. Rafa's offensive skills are obviously improving, but do you believe that still on this surface great defense beats great offense?

ROGER FEDERER: Look, I mean, he's ‑‑ I mean, I don't know if it's got that much to do with great offense or great defense, it's just his movement on clay. It's just better than the rest.

I mean, I've always said it three years ago already: He plays like two forehands from the baseline, you know, because he has an open stance on both sides. I can't do that, so I lose a meter or two here and there from the baseline. So he's got a huge advantage in this aspect, you know.

I don't know how he grew up doing that, you know, but it's definitely ‑‑ I think that's very difficult, and maybe he's got the great advantage as well that in his normal life he's right handed by nature and not a lefty.

But his forehand is great, you know, and he's very tough mentally. He hardly misses, and when he goes on the offensive, he plays it close to the line. So he's got a very good clay court game.


Q. What do you think that today Rafa did better than usual? And what do you think that you did worse than usual? I mean, to explain what happened, because the score, of course, is particularly strange, no?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, yeah. I mean, of course it's a tough result, you know. But I guess, you know, when somebody of us plays very well, it's hard to stop the other opponent. Sometimes you get, I guess, results like this. Unfortunately, for the fans, you know, I wish I could have put in a better match, you know.

But I mean he ‑‑ he was good today. That's all I can say. No more I need to add.



Q. Do you still think you can win Roland Garros?

ROGER FEDERER: Yes.


Q. Are you sure?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, if you want me to answer no if that makes you happy, then no. Choose the answer. I said yes. (laughter.)


Q. The fans were very much on your side today. How did you feel about it?

ROGER FEDERER: On the points I won, yes, but there were not that many. This is why I really hoped I could do better today, because I thought the fans could be an asset for me if the match was getting close.

But I never managed to be close enough to Rafa in the match to give the fans an opportunity to join in, so it's my mistake.


Q. When did you become aware, when did you realize, that you had to play an excellent Nadal?

ROGER FEDERER: I think he started off very well. I don't think I served bad today. My serve was okay. But he made huge progress returning my serve, and I had many difficulties taking the lead with my serve, even more than usual.

I think this is what cost me the match, because when I can win my serve, then I always have an opportunity on his serve. But when he keeps on breaking you like this, it's very difficult when I was two sets down, 4‑Love. I mean, I realized there was nothing I could do.


Q. Is it more difficult to lose on such a score, or do you just accept you have a guy who can do just anything on the court?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, right now I'd say it's easier to lose this way as today, because all along the match you realize that there is nothing you can do. You're not going to win.

I think it was the same thing for him, and this is probably why his reaction was not as intense as it usually is. That's because of the result. It's always more difficult when you lose when you really could have won. Today I lost, and I lost, clearly.


Q. He is always much better than you on clay. Is he getting closer to you on grass?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, we just played each other once on grass in Wimbledon. We played each other quite a few times on clay. I don't think we've had many matches on hard surfaces this year, but he is improving as a player.

I improved, as well, this year. But I think I had to work harder to come back to my usual level after I had this disease. It was a bit difficult for me at the beginning of this year. This is probably why I lacked practice. It's a lot like for him two, three years ago when he had been injured, and you know, I was coming back.

So you need to put more effort to reach this level, and this is what I had to do. So it's a great satisfaction for me too, that I reached a final.

Of course, defeat is difficult today. I also feel how much Rafa has progressed on clay, but we'll see in the future if he is stronger on grass or on hard surfaces.


Q. Is it possible for anybody to defeat Nadal in Roland Garros? We have a feeling that this is getting tougher and tougher for everybody.

ROGER FEDERER: Of course it's tough. But you want to believe it, and this is what I tried to do. This is what I tried to do. But, I mean, the way he played today made it very difficult.

He has wonderful, awesome sensations here in Roland Garros. He has never been defeated. The only time he wasn't there was because he was injured, so, yeah. Many players should think about defeating Rafa, because I don't think many of them do that, do think about defeating Nadal.


Q. Imagine it's 2009 and this little fairy comes to you and says, You're going to win one tournament, but you have to choose: Wimbledon or Roland Garros. Which one?

ROGER FEDERER: I don't want to answer these stupid questions anymore. They're too stupid.


Q. But why?

ROGER FEDERER: Because I want to win at everything. I have no preference.


Q. You talked about your disease and the problems you had at the beginning of this season, and all the hard work you had to put in to come back to your best level. Many times during this tournament you said that you felt you were at 100% of your physical abilities. Now tell us the truth. Weren't you lying a bit to us about that? And do you genuinely feel at the top level, the level you were at before your disease?

ROGER FEDERER: Honestly, yes. I felt good today from a physical standpoint, but things turned out a bit more difficult for me than usual. He no longer plays short balls as he did in the past. You can no longer attack him on his forehand, as I could in the past. He is getting much more aggressive, and it's becoming much more difficult.

I tried to fight him physically speaking and points were not difficult for me, but he was just much stronger than me today. I didn't want to give him any free points, but it's got nothing to do with mental state or physical state. He was just stronger today.


Q. You're still No. 1. That's good.

ROGER FEDERER: Thank you. I'm happy you say so.


Q. But do you feel competition from younger players?

ROGER FEDERER: Yes and no. I played young players and all the players ‑‑ I mean, players older than me, but they were stronger, like Hewitt and such when I came on the tour. I had to play Agassi, Roddick, Ferrero, and then there was Rafa. Now there's Djokovic coming up. He was playing semifinals in Grand Slam tournaments this year, so yes and no.

So it's motivating to see all these young players coming up. It's a challenge, but I'm quite confident the second half of the season is going to be better than the first, and this is why I want to focus on grass now.

We'll see later what happens for the ranking. It's true that Rafa has played very well so far, but the clay season is over, so let's see what happens.


***
剛剛意外看到女單頒獎典禮
是請Henin親手頒給Ana
其實在之前莎娃登上后座之後
我就ㄧ直覺得很不習慣
then Ana拿下法網
媒體報導說
Ana成為新世界第一
也是最年輕的球后
心裡很不是滋味
ㄧ切都因為心裡的這句話開始:要不是因為Henin...
真的感到時間的推移是這麼的無情><
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  • 布雷
  • 天ㄚ~
    噩夢!!
    費快醒醒巴!!
    無言ㄌ..............
  • 可能到草地上就會比較清醒了
    加油啊 小費~

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 17:34 回覆

  • 江流
  • 這就是你的隨便打打?
    很多阿~哈

    其實我不討厭紅土
    紅土可以看到大家"飛來飛去"的感覺XD
    雖然球速真的很慢
    技巧相對充分展現出來
    只是討厭看到Fed輸的如此慘烈



    賽前賭盤一面倒...
    雖然Fed很不被看好
    但心底還是希望他能贏
    期待奇蹟出現

    整場比賽讓人無言
    也不得不佩服納豆
    紅土究竟有誰能打敗他?
    答案希望是Roger囉!


    草地FED一定要雪恥!!!!
    六連霸FIGHT!!!!
  • 我已經減半了 哈

    我討厭紅土
    這種表面ㄧ看就躁熱啊

    希望小費在草地上也變成大魔頭
    等不及要看他在草地上打球了

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 17:33 回覆

  • 小貞貞
  • 其實看小德與Nadal那一場比賽時,我就有不祥的預感,因為老天一直在護航Nadal,怎麼打怎麼進,本來很討厭小德的,也因為他被Nadal痛宰而稍微同情了他一下,他其實也打得不差。Fed又何嘗不想贏?只是技不如人,失誤是對手的好幾倍,winners又少得可憐,再加上Ace發不出來,想贏談何容易。本來我有一點喜歡Nadal的,現在已經全部消失不見,我強烈懷疑他有嗑藥!
  • 我覺得的確是小費技不如人
    我甚至覺得他還有點輸給自己
    既然結果已是如此
    我們也只好接受
    不管怎樣 都必須向前邁進
    希望Fed在草地賽季 能完全發揮

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 17:31 回覆

  • poca
  • 巴黎仍是小費的傷心地啊
    雖然我在賽前並沒有高度期望
    但這樣的脆敗實在令人欲哭無淚
    再仔細一想 ...一個多月來
    不曾間斷的紅土賽事和艱苦的訓練
    對任何一位選手來說
    都是極其嚴苛的體能考驗
    小費一直非常努力的克服病魔和低潮
    心疼之餘.不禁更加感佩
    只要盡力了.就沒有遺憾
    只要不放棄.就永遠有希望
    要趕快恢復信心和實力啊
    不論勝負成敗.永遠支持你
  • 小費很辛苦訓練
    卻換來這樣的結果
    但我還是覺得
    他遇上納豆還得再更有自信一點

    想想時間很快就過了
    ㄧ下子就到小費35歲
    因此 我們更要珍惜有小費比賽的日子

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 20:51 回覆

  • voltsfed
  • 這比分是做噩夢才會夢到的吧...
    雖然賽前覺得Fed贏的機會不大
    但怎樣也想不到會打成這樣...
    球王的實力啊..被打得一點都不剩了
    吼!去草地給我好好練習
    不要在執著法網了..
    氣到我都跑去打網誌了(藉口!?)
  • ㄧ想到草地就覺得清爽
    如果今年可以六連霸
    真是很棒的紀錄
    我想要看小費在草地上發威!!!
    go~

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 20:48 回覆

  • ytfederer
  • 經過一整天的心情沉澱(誤)
    我對於這次失敗已經接受了~
    是說~不接受又能如何呢?
    我不是大雄沒有多啦A夢幫我....

    好啦~其實重點是~
    我相信這次的失敗其實會是另一個開始~
    不管怎樣~
    小費還沒退休~一切都是
    Impossible is Nothing!!!!!!
    小費加油XD
  • 對 不接受又如何
    事實已擺在眼前

    今天又是新的一天
    我們還是會為小費加油
    看著小費打球~

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/09 20:47 回覆

  • only4rogi
  • 你還是放了很多好照片
    像我final就連照片都不敢去找了

    巴黎不止是他的傷心地也是我們的

    Are you sure?那句真的好酸啊
    看了心疼

    不知道有沒有人能錄SPIRIT OF A CHAMPION
    還是網路上能再找到
    不能看好可惜啊
  • 我想這也是ㄧ個回憶啊
    如果每個回憶都是好的
    也許這一切就ㄧ點都不特別了

    雖然我的情緒沒有因此很低落
    (最近心情不知道怎麼的 好到不行 XD)
    但是還是隱約在腦中播了一塊不好的情緒給費
    我想 我們還是往前跨吧!
    年年都是機會
    不要去想什麼年齡或是有的沒的問題
    看著小費ㄧ關ㄧ關過 就這簡單~

    我想沒能人確定吧 即便是小費自己
    這世界上 有很多事情事我們不知道的
    還有那未知的未來~

    PTT有人分享喔~

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/11 21:04 回覆

  • voltsfed
  • 哇啦哇啦~(沒甚麼意義的語助詞..因為太開心了)
    破有沒有看spirit of a champion?
    ㄧ定有~很讚對不對~
    Oh my god!有沒有這麼帥啦~~
  • 我看了喔~
    我的媽呀 我都快哭了
    整個很感動~
    尤其是溫布頓
    尤其是2006年澳網 剛認識小費那天
    ><

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/11 21:05 回覆

  • keirayu
  • Fed這次輸球他一定也很難過
    我的天 這納豆小子有越來越囂張的傾向...
    看來Fed就只好在草地上證明一下啦 =ˇ=
    相信一定可以打出好成績!
  • 重回草地
    我想小費可以多建立一點信心吧
    待會要看小費打球
    超高興的
    也很期待溫布頓
    綠油油草地+白衣服 整個就清爽啊

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/11 21:11 回覆

  • poca
  • 看了原文訪問之後
    發現有些中文翻譯會誤解原意
    甚至有些記者會故意曲解或渲染
    其實我不會太在意那些中文媒體的報導
    因為我相信小費的人格與涵養
    希望小費能盡快拋開一切壓力
    放鬆心情.重拾打球的樂趣

    我沒有看到spirit of a champion啦
    可以請破提供一下網址嗎
    最近衛視體育台在播溫網歷年回顧
    希望不要再錯過小費的比賽精華
  • 關於報導上說的
    小費打法改變
    我有點擔心 小費原本在草地上好好的
    但是有了教練之後 變調怎麼半><

    連結在Gerry Weber Open文章的最後面喔~

    breakbowl 於 2008/06/12 21:24 回覆

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