It's about you. If you win, it's you; if you lose, it's you. Black and white. Nowhere to hide.
Basically, it's just fatigue, ... I've run out of gas a little bit. I've played a lot this summer, and the body's just telling me I'm fatigued.
I'm really looking forward to getting back and winning some matches but I'm not thinking about the U.S. Open yet, just getting through my first match.
If I stay healthy and I'm playing good tennis I have as good a chance as anybody.
You win any which way you can. You do what you have to do to get by. That's the way it works in any job.
I don't read all the newspapers.
It is a big adjustment but I've always loved that old saying of Jack Nicklaus: 'I retired from golf to go to work.' That sums it up for me.
My biggest problem will be lack of match toughness but I am a positive, optimistic person.
I'm happy in retirement.
You do it for the highs, when you're totally engrossed and everything's flowing and whatever you want, you get. It's like magic. That's why you play the game. That's what it's for. That's why you work.
You can't really describe how difficult it is to deal with. It is any athlete's worst nightmare to be accused of cheating by taking drugs. It really is very difficult to put into words how it makes you feel.
When you're young, you don't know what you don't know, so it's easier to get into that magical thing.
The only way to get back the confidence is to play and win matches. You can practise as much as you like, but you need confidence that comes from playing and winning matches.
The downside isn't really injury, fear of injury or the process of fighting back from injury. The downside, the very worst thing in the world, is surgery.
It's not a break until you hold your serve.
I just look back on my season  as a year where I've had to prove myself. I've had to fight all the way through to the end.
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