Sunday, November 20, 2011

Laments his poor start Tsonga party

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, ranked sixth in the ATP and was defeated against Roger Federer in the first match of the Masters Cup in London, declared himself disappointed with the start of the game. "I was not nervous, but I started very badly, and it is hard to win the game," he said at the press conference after the meeting Tsonga, he called the "surprise" for himself during the first part of his balls very few enter on the track.

The French regained the good feelings in the second set, which Federer overcame a 2-6, and brought to the memory of those viewers quarterfinals of the Wimbledon final in which the then ranked number 19 left by the wayside one of the favorites at the All England Club. The Frenchman returned this evening to use their powerful serve to embarrass the Swiss, who had to wait for a more balanced third set to swing the shock on their behalf. "Playing against Federer is always difficult because it is very fast. Sometimes you think you've gotten the point, but Roger is still there, why it is so hard to play against him," described the player.

Tsonga is presented in the Masters Cup for the second time in his career after being knocked out in the first round of 2008, and believes he still has opportunities to go beyond the group stage despite having started the championship with a defeat. "It's always best to start winning, but I'm still here, and I will play my best at the next meeting," said the Frenchman, who acknowledged that most of the nearly 20,000 people packed London's O2 today the supporters of his rival on the track. "The surface is fine, is fast. It's a very good track, but everybody was with Roger," quipped the tennis world number six.


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