THOMAS BJORN: I think obviously I would have liked to have been with better results coming in. I said last week, it might not happen last week or this week, but it will happen, because I'm going down the right track. I have no expectations for this week. I know that two weeks ago I was in a state where golf wasn't the greatest thing for me. So I can't go out with high expectations. I feel like I'm playing well. I feel like I'm hitting the ball well. And that's the only thing I can take with me. I knew pretty much in the end of July last year that when I came to this Open there was going to be a little bit of focus on what happened last year. I've been preparing for it, it's not like it's come as a big surprise to me. I kind of dealt with it on the way, and I don't have any problems talking about it and dealing with those issues. I will go out and be very determined to play well for the future and leave that Open behind me.
And I think you're in a situation when this Open goes away, whoever wins it, well, then, some new stories will appear from this British Open and it won't die, but it will disappear a little more, and in ten years time we'll remember me like a guy that didn't win at Sandwich, but hopefully I won somewhere else, and that will be that. But that will always be with me.
But as I said before, I'll look at it as a memory, but a lot of good things happening, as well. But I'm very happy with where I am with my golf at the moment and that I think is a big positive for me when I stand on that first tee on Thursday. And with regards to Monty, there's nobody I would rather play with this week.
STEWART McDOUGALL: Thank you very much.
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