Q. You've known Marat a long time, go back to when you were juniors in Valencia. Today he leaves all of his clothes home, so he has to borrow clothes from Nicolas Kiefer after a rain delay. Has he always been like this, a little forgetful, not quite organized all the time?
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: No, you know, when was rain in the tiebreak and in the match, I think the tiebreak, no, because, you know, is difficult to begin to play against Federer because he serve so good. After I think is have a little bit luck, you know, with luck in the tiebreak. I think the tiebreak, it's a little bit luck. I think was so difficult match because he serve so good all the time, and it's difficult to break his serve, no, in the match. I'm really happy for this match.
Q. I didn't make this question clear. I was talking about Marat.
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Oh, Marat.
Q. He left his extra socks and shorts at the hotel. During the rain delay, he wanted to change clothes.
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: For Marat?
Q. He got them from Nicolas Kiefer. You've known him for many years.
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Yes, I know.
Q. Was he always disorganized like this when he was young?
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: I think Marat, all his life, this type. I think Marat a little bit craziness. But he always play the same level, no, 5-4 in the tiebreak or 1-0 in the first set. He think he must concentrate in his tennis right now. I think more organized in his life.