D. FERRER/A. Roddick
2‑6, 7‑6, 6‑4, 6‑3
Q. Can you assess your performance for us, how you thought the game went for you, having to come from a set down.
DAVID FERRER: I'm playing very good this season. I'm playing very good in grass court last week and this week.
And today was a tough, tough match. Very close match. I play very consistent, very solid. And when I won the second set, and the third and the fourth, I play more quiet, receiving better than the first and second set. And I can win.
Q. Was there a point in the match in which you started feeling comfortable with your own game?
DAVID FERRER: Well, maybe the key was in my receive. I return very good the third and fourth set.
I am with great confidence because I won one tournament last week and my performance is good for the second week.
Q. Andy Roddick is keeping everybody guessing about his future, whether he should retire or not. Do you think he still has a lot to give to this tournament? Do you think he could still win Wimbledon?
DAVID FERRER: I don't know. I don't know. He's a very good player, but I don't know what he's thinking about, he going to be retired or not. I don't know.
Q. You'd like to still see him on the men's tour?
DAVID FERRER: It's very important improve my mind and I improve my game, of course, in grass court.
Q. How do you see the Del Potro game going?
DAVID FERRER: It's going to be so difficult. To win him I will have to play very consistent. Is very important my first percentage with my serve. I will have to play very, very good.
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