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The Championships Wimbledon
at Wimbledon, England

 

Monday, 23 June 2008

 

J. FERRERO def. S. Querrey 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4

Q. I thought you'd forgotten how to play grass court tennis there for a set.

JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Not really, but I was not playing for a couple of weeks because I was injured, so at the beginning I couldn't get a lot of rhythm.

He plays very fast all the time with his serve and also with his forehand. You know, I was trying all the time, and since the second set I think I played a good match.

Q. With the way he hits the ball, he strikes very early. It must be very difficult to get a long rally to get some rhythm into the match.

JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Well, yeah, of course. But the big worry to me was try to move well on the court because of my injury in the last weeks. At the beginning I was a little bit slower than after.

It wasn't the strokes or the rallies, I think. The best word for me was try to move well and try to hit the ball well.

Q. What's his future, do you think?

JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Who?

Q. Sam Querrey

JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: I don't know. I think he has to learn like everybody, and I think he has good potential to play good. He has a very good serve, good forehand.

I think he can play really good in all surface, like he did. Maybe in the clay courts season he play good.


 

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