“There’s so many athletes, tennis players around the world,” he continued, trying to put his life into some kind of perspective, “they want to be the best in what they do. They want to succeed. Many of them, they don’t succeed in the end. I’m fortunate to have this opportunity and succeed.”
At the end of Federer's first round match at the Australian Open a fawning interviewer asked about his kids and if he had bought coach Stefan Edberg a birthday present - no, by the way, the privilege of knocking up with 'King Roger' was enough of a present apparently.
Ferrer didn't have to do much in the third and fourth. Just consistently hitting from back of the court and Murray spraying errors. But he showed today, he can beat Ferrer. He has the game. Needs more patience to execute it on clay. I liked the fact that he was hitting the ball very clean - when he did hit it, but his concentration simply wasn't consistent enough.
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”