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U.S. OPEN


September 2, 2008


Fernando Gonzalez


NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK

A. RODDICK/F. GonzĂĄlez
6-2, 6-4, 6-1

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Fernando, you played him couple times and it was very tough matches, but today was a different story. It was different, Fernando GonzĂĄlez and different Andy Roddick tonight.
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: It wasn't a good day for me. I mean, I didn't make anything with my serve, and I didn't feel at all.
I mean, I didn't feel good, and the match, I think he did a really good job because he took chances.

Q. Is avocado still part of your diet or you didn't eat enough for today's match?
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: Maybe.

Q. Did you say you were sick throughout the match?
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: No. No, I didn't feel good. You know, like, I feel slow and -- I don't know, but, I mean...

Q. It wasn't much of a match?
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: Excuse me?

Q. It wasn't -- for 11th seed it wasn't much of a match. Was it just Andy playing so well or...
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: He was playing good. He took every chance, but I didn't play my best tennis today, but it's part of this. Every match is a different story.

Q. Usually, I can take a picture of you, I see the fumes around your head of adrenaline. Today was nothing.
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: What?

Q. I see the fumes of adrenaline around your head.
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: Okay.

Q. Today I didn't see anything.
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ: I don't know. That kind of day that you don't, you know, feeling something else, but I can't do anything.

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