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"Érase una vez un niño.... ja, ja, ja"
, escribió Tommy Robredo sobre el objetivo de la cámara de televisión tras ganar a Philippe Kohlschreiber por 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-2) y 6-2.
Robredo maintains the Spanish hope and passes to the rooms
The Catalonian player was strained among the eight finalists in Paris for the fourth time
JAUME PUJOL-GALCERAN PARIS / SPECIAL ENVOY "there was once a boy. ... ha, ha, ha", he wrote Tommy Robredo on the objective of the television camera after winning to Philippe Kohlschreiber for 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-2) and 6-2. "He had said that some day would write a long phrase or a verse instead of signing as they do all, to change. Total, the spectators see it the reverse and itself they are not informed of what puts", said happy by a victory that maintains the Spanish hopes in Roland Garros after the surprising elimination of Rafael Nadal. The Catalonian tennis player will be the only representative of the armada in the rooms of end in Paris, to the ones that he agrees for the fourth time (2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009). That nobody doubt that to Robredo he would like to finish Sunday that story that began to write yesterday, although for the time being his next worry is the party of double of rooms of end, that today will play next to Marc López against the brothers Bryan, to the wait to be faced tomorrow to the Argentine one Juan Martin of the Colt, that caused cried to the French public after conquering to Jo Wilfried Tsonga 6-7 (5-7), 6-1 and 6-4. Surpassing the round of rooms already would be a great success for the Catalonian, that never has passed that barrier in the 34 tournaments of Grand Slam that carries played of consecutive form, an alone statistics surpassed by Santoro and Federer.
It HELPS OF COAST "Today I have done my task and very well", assured happy after being impose on a rival one that in the previous round had given the first one great surprise of the tournament upon eliminating to the Serbian one Novak Djokovic in three sets. Robredo was supported in a splendid service to impose its control on the trail Suzanne Lenglen. During all the alone party yielded 29 points in the 21 play that removed and in which achieved 7 aces and the 81% of effectiveness with the first kick-off. Robredo alone yielded the service in an occasion and that cost him to lose the second sleeve. "It has played a great party, maintaining to line to Kohlschreiber and was not easy because is a very dangerous player when you let in him in the trail with his blows. A great happiness has given us", assured Albert Coast, captain of the Spanish team of Cup Davis that was in the steps encouraging him. Hours before, the technician helped, next to his father Angel, to prepare the party with the German player, since after the tournament of Barcelona he broke his relation with his last coach, Pepo Clavet. "Coast helped me in Madrid and now in Paris. It does it provided that do not I play against Spaniards and the truth is that I am thanked it. Kohlschreiber explained me how had played against Ferrero and advised me that had calm, that removed velocity to the ball and changed heights. All has gone perfect", summarized the of gerona.
(translation by http://ets.freetranslation.com/)
Q. You wrote something on the camera. Can you tell us what you wrote?
It was pretty long and it was written with a doctor's writing, so we couldn't read what you said. We never know what you write because it's written upside down.
TOMMY ROBREDO: Well, I started writing a poem instead of signing, just to write something and to do something different. But nothing. Nothing special really. I wrote something like, One day I was a kid, or something like that. And at the end, I wrote, Ahahaha.
I just wanted to write something different.
You know, most of the time we just sign, and it's upside down or the other way around. People never see what you write. So I just wanted to write something different, and I started writing this poem.
Interview in Spanish:
a little longer one with a little bigger screen than that video on RG-site (Road to Roland-Garros):