5-7, 6-3, 6(3)-7, 6-3, 2-6
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感歎的是06年也是在澳網 也是Rod Laver頒獎 小費也哭了
後來Roger暫時休息後 還上前來說要try again
我最喜歡的畫面 是納豆去搭Roger的肩 把Roger的頭壓過來
by the way 看了好多照片
恩 我覺得比較難過心疼的是 小費拿礦泉水澆自己
Nadal(ESP) ／ Federer(SUI)
1st Serve %： 112 of 175 = 64 % ／ 90 of 172 = 52 %
Aces： 4 ／ 11
Double Faults： 4 ／ 6
Unforced Errors： 41 ／ 64
Winning % on 1st Serve： 74 of 112 = 66 % ／ 66 of 90 = 73 %
Winning % on 2nd Serve： 30 of 63 = 48 % ／ 37 of 82 = 45 %
Winners (Including Service)： 50 ／ 71
Receiving Points Won： 69 of 172 = 40 % ／ 71 of 175 = 41 %
Break Point Conversions： 7 of 16 = 44 % ／ 6 of 19 = 32 %
Net Approaches： 15 of 26 = 58 % ／ 43 of 60 = 72 %
Total Points Won： 173 ／ 174
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Q. Could we have your thoughts on the match.
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I thought it was a good match. But, no, I mean, I think I had, I guess, many chances. You know, I mean, I was up a break in the first twice. Yeah, I mean, I had many chances. I missed them, you know, and they cost me dearly.
It was a tough match. I don't think I served particularly well, unfortunately. And I think that was the key to the match in the end.
Q. When you're not serving well, what kind of things are going through your mind to try to get back?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, just hang in there. I mean, I won a set against Rafa serving, what, 30% first serves. You know, I mean, it's makable. I got a great second serve. Very reliable normally. I hit some stupid double‑faults, but that's going to happen in a five‑set match usually.
But, no, I mean, I tried to kind of get the grip on my serve, but never really found the rhythm, which was a pity. You know, but it happens.
Q. Can you take us through your emotions.
ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I fought hard, you know. I mean, I think I played well. I'm happy with where my game's at. I wish my serve would have been better, but that's something that sometimes is a bit, you know, day‑form issue, you know.
I have a completely different type of serve than Rafa. You know, he makes sure he gets it in; I try to go and chase the lines. So obviously you're always going to miss a few.
But, look, I mean, I love this game. It means the world to me, so it hurts when you lose.
Q. A lot of us felt at the end of the fourth set that the momentum probably had swung back in your direction. How tough is Nadal in a fifth set?
ROGER FEDERER: Tough like many other guys. You know, in a fifth set, anything can happen. That's the problem. Not usually the better player always wins. Just a matter of momentum sometimes.
You know, maybe I should have never been there, you know, in the first place. But, I mean, I think he played well. You know, I definitely played a terrible fifth set, you know. I kind of handed it over to him.
I mean, no doubt he's one of the tougher guys out there for a fifth set ‑ no doubt.
Q. Is there a feeling inside you that this is one that got away from you?
ROGER FEDERER: Uhm, well, I mean, kind of, you know. I mean, this is, sure, one of the matches in my career where I feel like I could have or should have won, you know.
But you can't go through your whole life as a tennis player taking every victory, you know, that's out there. You've got to live with those, you know. But they hurt even more so like if you're that close, you know, like at Wimbledon or like here at the Australian Open.
So that's what's tough about it. But I have no regrets, you know. So it's all right.
Q. Did you think him playing 5 hours, 14 minutes late on Friday night, did you feel like his condition might go if you could stretch the match out long enough?
ROGER FEDERER: Not really. I knew it was not going to affect him a whole lot, so didn't have any role to play in it. I was ready for that.
Q. Did you feel he was getting stronger at the end?
ROGER FEDERER: Not really. I think I played a bad fifth set. But, no, I mean, he was playing solid. I think he tried to also kind of keep the points short, you know, through the fourth and fifth set, you know.
Q. Did it hurt more because it could have been the 14th for you and you have to wait for another time?
ROGER FEDERER: Not really. I mean, honestly, no. I mean, it's more like, you know, in the first moment you're disappointed, you're shocked, you're sad, you know, then all of a sudden it overwhelms you. The problem is you can't go in the locker room and just take it easy and take a cold shower. You can't. You know, you're stuck out there. It's the worst feeling, you know.
So, I don't know, it's rough.
Q. You mentioned you had problems with the first serve. You had only 52% of first serves in. You also had 19 breakpoints. That was happening on Nadal's serve. So what was the problem then? Only him serving well or you having some problems returning or what?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I wish I was a lefty, too, playing him breakpoints on the ad side, not on the deuce side. Sure, a great advantage for him. It's not the first time (smiling).
Q. Do you believe you still can beat him?
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, for sure. I didn't spend four and a half hours out there believing it [sic].
??? 小費在說啥? 是在說 他這4小時半的時間都相信他可以擊敗納豆?
看到有小費迷分享 2005 Shanghai 訪問 小費的聲音很溫柔~
Q. After the first match, you said with more and more matches, you will play better. Are you a hundred percent right now? In order to have a hundred percent condition, will you try to play more matches?
ROGER FEDERER: I don't quite get the translation.
Q. You said you played more matches, will you have better condition.
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah.
Q. Will you try to play more matches in order to get better condition, a hundred percent condition?
ROGER FEDERER: I think the question is if I'm going to play more matches to get in better condition. I think it's just this week, because of the preparation, I'm not at a hundred percent fitness-wise because I couldn't get the practice in I needed on court with tennis or running on the running machine or being able to lift weights. This is maybe why I'm struggling a little bit. Again, it's definitely going to get through this tournament. It's only two matches left at the most. After this I have hopefully a beautiful vacation and then I'm going to get ready for next year. But so far this season I never really had condition problems throughout the match. This is because of the injury I'm not at a hundred percent. I'm not really too worried about it for the weekend.
Q. I understand People Magazine has included you in one of their sexiest people alive.
ROGER FEDERER : You know why (smiling). (你知道為什麼)
Q. Is that a compliment or a burden?
ROGER FEDERER: It's a compliment, yeah. That's why I put on clothes tonight so we can speak normally together, don't get all overexcited (smiling).
Q. Tony Roche is coming here.
(Tony Roche 已經來到這裡)
ROGER FEDERER: He is here.
Q. Did have you any advice from him?
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah. He doesn't just come here to hang out with me. I mean, he likes to visit the most sexiest guy alive once in a while (laughter). He gave me some advice, yeah.
Q. On a slightly more serious note, you've been following the Swiss football team. Have you any comment to make on the qualification for the World Cup or the other controversy with the treatment in Turkey?
ROGER FEDERER: Didn't quite get all the things about the controversial side after the match. I went to bed because it was getting late. I watched the match till 4:30 in the morning. I couldn't believe they were showing it. I said, "Might as well take it while it's here." No, I'm very, very happy. Never in doubt.
Q. What will you be doing on your vacation? What will be the next tournament you're going to take part in?
ROGER FEDERER: I'll be playing Qatar. Vacation, yeah, what do you do on your vacation? I'm pretty relaxed. I don't do much pause the year is busy. I just lie in the sun, get brown, but use sunscreen.
by the way...
「Roger Federer doesn't pull out. Otherwise he doesn't walk on court」
Q. Chinese question, okay?
ROGER FEDERER: Yes. I understand your Chinese, though (laughter).
*小費又在說笑了 XD 應該是戴上耳機有翻譯吧
去年上海大師賽的時候拍的Mercedez-Benz R-Class (運動旅跑) 廣告