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March 26, 2000

Tommy Haas


ATP: Questions, please.

Q. Was there anything difficult for you? What happened basically? Were you totally fit or were you suffering a bit?

TOMMY HAAS: I feel actually fine. That wasn't the problem I think today. Today I was waiting quite a bit to get out on the court after Pete played. Took a little bit longer than I think we expected. Hanging around the locker room. That shouldn't be a excuse. I warmed up fine before the match. Just went out there and maybe was still a little bit taking it too easy at the beginning, made too many unforced errors, didn't really have that much confidence right away. I tried to go for too much. That was my mistake. Then you have to tell also that I think he played tremendously well. He served really well the first couple of games. Didn't give me much of a chance to get back into the first set. He returned my first serves pretty good, nice and deep. It's tough against him. You know you're going to have to be on top of your game to beat him. I certainly wasn't today.

Q. Is his running a great factor, his ability to chase down everything? Does that put pressure on you mentally?

TOMMY HAAS: Yes, it does, obviously. That's one of his strengths. He's serving much better I think now, although from the baseline he doesn't do too much. He just makes you play. He plays most balls cross-court, doesn't make any unforced errors. He's a good player. That's all you can say.

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