ATP Tennis Podcast: Moya Reflects On Nadal’s Season

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This week on the ATP Podcast…

GREG RUSEDSKI ON HOW THE SPORT IS DEVELOPING – “It seems like players are getting a lot quicker and right now you have to be an all-rounder. You have to play defence and offence and if you want to get to the very top, you have to do all of the above.”

CARLOS MOYA ON RAFAEL ’S YEAR – “The last part of the year has not been that good but he’s won two slams this year and when you win two slams, it has to be a good year. It’s true that the first half of the year was unbelievable and we did not expect that to happen, but with Rafa, you can always expect the best from him.”

ON HIS JUMP BACKHAND – “It actually comes from juniors. When I was small a lot of people would get the ball up to my backhand and I remember one practice I just got tired of going back all of the time, so I hit a couple in the air and they worked out well, so it’s just been a natural shot for me.”

JO-WILFRIED TSONGA ON HIS TOUGHEST OPPONENT – “One who gave me a hard time was , he beat me so many times and it was difficult. Every time when I saw the draw I was praying to be in another part and yeah, Andy was a terrible player for me.”

PHILIPP KOHLSCHREIBER ON LEARNING FROM BEST PLAYERS IN PRACTICE – “They are actually most of the time very relaxed, but then they can switch it on in the crunch time, they have the full focus. So they are really good to be able to practice and enjoy, but if they feel like the crucial moment is coming, then they have another gear maybe and that’s something hard to learn, but that’s why I always tried to play with the best players in practice.”

-Podcast presented by Seb Lauzier
-Interviews by Jill Craybas, Richard Connelly & Ursin Caderas
-Denis Feature by ATP Uncovered

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