The next tournament of lleyton is well Roland-Garros cavity, l'open of France, the greatest tournament of the world on ground .He start May24th.Les tables soon will be known. Or think that Lleyton can go? Me I think 1/8 or 1/4 of finales if has a good table! I wait your reponses!
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I'm not even gonna think about it cos I think with Lleyts you simply cannot predict what he'll do, and if you expect something he'll definitely do everything in his power to surprise and shock you! Just hope for the best and good luck to him
Hewitt heads to France in best form of his life
FORMER world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt believes he is in the form of his life on clay heading into next week's French Open.
The Roland Garros stadium has never been a happy hunting ground for Hewitt but he has renewed confidence ahead of the second Grand Slam of the year.
"I think every year I'm getting better and better on clay," Hewitt said at the World Team Cup in Germany.
"I've already done better in the (clay) tournaments I've played in this year compared with last, but I still need to improve before France.
"I've had another year of playing the best players on clay. I always find it a test to play on clay, but I am learning and I think it is showing in how I play the game and how I feel on court."
Hewitt had a difficult 2003 despite winning two ATP Tour events. He failed to progress past the quarter-final of any Grand Slam, was beaten in the first round at Wimbledon as defending champion and slipped down the rankings, losing his place as Australian No. 1 to Mark Philippoussis.
Having put 2003 down to experience, the 23-year-old Hewitt has already won two titles this year, although the wins in Sydney and Rotterdam were countered by the disappointment of a fourth-round exit at the Australian Open in January.
Despite his up-and-down form, Hewitt is sixth in the 2004 ATP Race and demonstrated his mettle on clay at the recent Hamburg Masters, where only a top-class performance from world No. 1 Roger Federer stopped him progressing to the final.
Perhaps more important is the fact that Hewitt appears to have rediscovered the self-confidence and enjoyment of the game that drove him to the top of the world rankings in 2001 aged just 20.
"I didn't win too many tournaments last year but I don't let that worry me because I am more comfortable this year so far," Hewitt said.
"I don't feel I am playing or doing anything different this year to last -- there's not a huge difference other than that I've had another year of experience."