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Richard Gasquet - third round

Saturday 29 June 2013

Richard Gasquet talks to the media following his third round defeat to Australia's Bernard Tomic 7-6 (7), 5-7, 7-5, 7-6(5)

Q.  Where did you feel that went wrong for you?

RICHARD GASQUET:  No, I think it was a very tough match.  I think he played very good, especially in both tiebreak.  He played very clever game.  He serve incredible during all the match.

So I think it was the key of the match.  He serve very good.  I couldn't break him so much.  But he didn't break me too much, too.  So it was a big match.

I tried my best to perform and to win.  But, as I said, he played just a little bit better than me.

Q.  Entertaining match for the crowd.  Could you feel them enjoying it?

RICHARD GASQUET:  Yeah, it was a very nice match, a lot of nice rallies.  It was a big match.  I think I play my game.  I try my best.

He just serve very good.  I'm not solid in the tiebreaks, and that's why he win.  I think he deserve this win.  He play very good.  Congratulations to him.

Q.  Did you hear the noise coming from Court 2?

RICHARD GASQUET:  Yeah, I realize, but for one second after I need to serve.  It was 5‑4 for him, so...  I didn't care so much.

Q.  It didn't unsettle you in any way?

RICHARD GASQUET:  No, no.  I didn't care at all.  I'm happy for her if she won.  It's very nice.

Q.  You had four tiebreaks in the tournament.  You lost them all.

RICHARD GASQUET:  Yeah.

Q.  Why do you think?

RICHARD GASQUET:  I don't know.  There is no reason.  Sometimes I'm winning; sometimes I'm losing.  No big reasons.  I think all the tiebreaks the guys play well.  I try my best to win them, but I couldn't.

That's not a real reason for that.

 


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