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August 14, 2009

Novak Djokovic


A. RODDICK/N. Djokovic
6-4, 7-6

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. How did you feel out there today?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, I felt I was close throughout the whole match, but yet in important moments I played some quite bad shots, and a lot of unforced errors from the forehand side.
I can say most of his service games we were quite even, you know, 30-All, 15-30. I just couldn't use it, you know. I was break up, couldn't capitalize there, as well.
I should have had my serve, but in the end it's quite disappointing to lose straight sets when you know you can at least win a set and then take it from there.

Q. You said you weren't happy with your play since Madrid. Now, what do you feel about after this tournament?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, I think physically I'm quite fit. I'm moving well. But there are some things that are just not working out for me lately, and I will have to figure out a way to make it better.

Q. Did the match turn in the game that looked like he was going to get broken and in the end didn't, the one where he actually had it and you just showed so much honesty and integrity and said, Andy, that's out?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, look, I mean, this is just -- everybody's different. Maybe somebody will react.
I reacted because I thought it was right to do so, but it was not the reason for me to lose the game. I think my serve was working really, really bad, and the first couple of games in the first set was quite okay and then really, really bad.

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