Re: Antonio Veic cheering thread
...unfortunately he lost.....for sure he has a lot of potential, it's just a question of time when he's gonna break into the top 100.....
“The amount of experience was not the deciding element. It was my too big desire to win. My tension was enormous, I played pourly, forcing the ball. I did not feel comfortable on the court and my opponent used that against me” – said after
the match Veic. He continued: “I dreamt I was playing him and believed in my victory since I did defeat him three weeks ago on the Challenger in Poland. It was a great opportunity to win, but I forced myself too much. I was looking to score after three groundstrokes, and that wasthe wrong tactic against such a player. I was too nervous, this being my first ATP tournament. Had it
not be so, I am positive the final result would have been different. Key moment of the match? At 3:3, 40:15 to my advantage, I was finally starting to feel the ball when I lost my serve. I fought back to equalise 4:4, when I lost my serve again.” explained Antonio.