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April 3, 2009

Juan Martin Del Potro


A. MURRAY/J. Del Potro
6-1, 5-7, 6-2

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. How were you feeling physically out there in general? Obviously you had a very long match against Nadal. How were you feeling?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: So tired. Last night I was with the match in my mind. I cannot sleep very well. Today I run a lot again, and I don't feel good with my physical.
But I feel happy. I feel confidence with my game and I did a great tournament, so I go home with a good week.

Q. What do you think you improved most the last few months?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: The serve, the forehand, and the mind. In this sport you have to be good with your mind, with your team and everything. That's what I working.

Q. There was one point where you took an injury timeout towards the end of the match. What was the problem there?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: Cramping in my legs. It was too tough, the match, and was normal.

Q. How will you prepare for clay court season now?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: Well, I have like a week to train in clay courts. I have Monte-Carlo, Rome, and Madrid to be in good shape until Roland Garros.
So I hope I do a great training, good practice to be in good shape for that tournament.

Q. Where will you be training?

Q. You had one time violation, and there were a couple of discussions between you and Andy throughout the course of the match. What did you say to each other at the end of the match?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: No, we doesn't have discussions. No, we just ask about the balls, because many balls was so close. But no discussions.
After the match, I say, Good luck. Playing very good. He say, You did well yesterday. That's it.

Q. I just wonder, you're going to go to No. 5 in the world on Monday's rankings. How does that make you feel that you're now part that was very top bracket of players?
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO: It's good for me, for my future. But I don't want to be 5, I want to be better.

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