STUART APPLEBY: Well, Nick was as instrumental to me that year in Australia as Ernie was to Adam in South Africa. He was an amazing player to be with and partner and he gutted it out to try to get in this year's team.
I was with him in that putting situation, and he's very competitive, Nick; very competitive, and that's the type of guy you want on your team. He was emotional. He apologized for his putting break, but it was just a thing that he wanted it so bad. That's the gentleman that he is, he wasn't sulking about it, just let it out. And that's what this tournament can get you to; that you want it so bad and there's only so much that you could control. Everybody else is out there trying to do their own thing, and you just try to add it all up and win matches, and I could see that in Nick's eye. We've had a lot of good conversations during matches that I'll never forget.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Gentlemen, thank you.
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