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October 29, 2016

Hideki Matsuyama

Shanghai, China

Q. Is there a degree of satisfaction when you've played as well as this?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: Satisfied with the round today, yeah, and I'm in a good place, and hopefully we can make a run for a win tomorrow.

Q. To go around, 27 holes now with no bogey on the card, that's lovely golf, isn't it?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: It was okay. There was some tough holes I think. But again, hopefully I can keep it up and play well tomorrow.

Q. Does this mean that there's a little irritation, a little annoyance with not getting more out of today?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: The way I played today, four birdies was good. I'm just glad I didn't make any bogeys.

Q. What is your attitude into a final round when you have a commanding lead?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: I have a three-stroke lead but I can't think about that. There are so many good players behind; I just have to worry about my own game and play one shot at a time.

Q. When you tee it up, do you find yourself that little bit more nervous because it is the lead on a final day in a big championship?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: Nervous, because I'm in the lead, no. But because I have a chance to win, maybe. I just have to go out and enjoy the day tomorrow and do my best.

Q. I know this is a question for tomorrow, but have you allowed yourself to think of what it would mean to win a tournament like this?
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA: I'd like to think about it, but I can't think about it, so we'll just leave it at that.

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