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August 9, 1999

MaliVai Washington


Q. How do you think you will feel tomorrow?

MALIVAI WASHINGTON: I'm going to be anxious to see how it feels tomorrow, because that's kind of the problem I've had in the past, just following a tough day off. Today wasn't that tough, but playing back-to-back days in matches; so, it will be interesting to see how it feels tomorrow, and I'm going to try to hit some balls tomorrow and try to push it tomorrow and see if it feels pretty strong, or see how it feels compared to today.

Q. Are you staying here?

MALIVAI WASHINGTON: I think I'll probably stay around, because I'm scheduled to go to Indianapolis and play there.

Q. By the time you start the match, will you be able to feel it? Will you think about it?

MALIVAI WASHINGTON: I think about it. I think that's just -- that's just a part of my tennis game now, feeling my knee a little bit, and not feeling -- my knee not feeling as strong as it could. And, I mean, that might be just the way it's going to be, or hopefully it will be a bit of a progression into feeling better and stronger as matches go along and as tournaments come and go.

Q. (Inaudible.)

MALIVAI WASHINGTON: Not very good. I wish I had played better. I think I gave him a lot of free points, and that was disappointing. But as Jim Courier told me a couple minutes ago; that's pro tennis.

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