No one is more aware of his own flaws than Kyrgios, which has made his failure to address them all the more frustrating. "I'm not going to say quarterfinals, semifinals, anything like that", he said. I don't know what's going to happen.
"Whenever I get asked that question, it always comes across in an nearly negative way instead of acknowledging how many great players we have", said the British number one. "I don't want to say "new serve", but new service motion". "I had all these great five-setters and, at the end, the epic match against Rafa". I kind of want to keep it even-keeled throughout the whole year rather than being such a rollercoaster ride.
"I mean, he's (Federer's) a great example of someone that manages to take care of himself, knows how to prepare well and peak at the right time".
Serena Williams, who was pregnant when she beat Venus previous year to claim her 23rd major title, gave birth to her first child in September.
Their faith wavered significantly 12 months ago when he was booed during a second-round loss to Andreas Seppi from two sets up.
"I know that if I get myself to the desired level of performance - mental and physical - that I can actually have a good chance to go far in the tournament". I didn't win many sets, but that's not the most important.
"I'd like to do well".
While Serena Williams took time off to have a baby and is not yet fit for the grueling task and Melbourne heat, two-time champion Victoria Azarenka had to withdraw because of an ongoing custody battle over her 11-month-old son with her former husband.Читайте также: Feds issue guidance so states can pursue Medicaid work requirement
"Everyone started the year hungry". How could they come back from injury yet again and, from a standing start, play like in days of yore? "I've done really everything in my power, with a team of people around me, to enable me to be right here in front of you guys, and to compete in Australian Open", the six-time champion at the Australian Open said.
The weekend event was free to all spectators who have a Open ticket, ahead of the Grand Slam tournament next week.
He retired during matches four times during 2017, including three in a row at Queen's Club, Wimbledon and at the ATP tournament in Washington.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, ranked 15th, is the first seed he can meet, with world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov a projected fourth-round opponent.
"Australian tennis is in pretty good hands at the moment".
"I feel like I spend less energy but I'm more efficient".
Sections of the Melbourne Park crowd jeered him as he suffered a meltdown to lose to Andreas Seppi in five sets in the second round past year.
"For me, it's because of me getting older". The conditions are going to suit his game and I also think he's got a very realistic shot of challenging for this title.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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