Originally Posted by ^Sue^
Three of them really got to challenge with each other to gain the victory of being the world no.1 player. However, a few days ago, Roddick said that he'll maintain his no.1 seed so that he will not dissapointed all his fans. He added," Maybe for the year of 2003 was not my year but i could say that was the year of Roger Federer.Although he's really a good player and a great opponent for me, but i am sure i'll try my best in order to maintain my no.1 title. As for J.c Ferrero, i think he'll concentrate more on his hard works for the olympics title and he might not take the no.1 seed as a more important thing to think about."
He dropped out this words when he's doing an interview.
By the way, he concluded his interview with his words,"I felt a little bit of nervous when i think one of them will challenge me on court for one aim, that's my world no.1 seed.erm i wish i can do my best!"
~~~~~~ Go Go Andy Roddick, Roger Federer, Lleyton Hewitt~~~~~~
Hello Ferrero fans!
Sue, are you paraphrasing Roddick here? If so, you should not use quotation marks. As it is, it looks like you are printing the precise words he used, and there is no way that is the case!
As for the question of Ferrero vs. Roddick vs. Federer, I think it depends what surface they are playing on. On clay I believe Juan Carlos probably has the advantage over both players (especially Roddick), but on faster surfaces that situation is reversed.