Post match interview:
Q. What kind of treatment did you give Leconte?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I was late because I gave a treatment to Leconte.
The diagnosis we determined with my assistant is that he's definitely crazy. He needs a long term treatment (smiling)
Q. When you go into a match against those guys, is it a different feeling going in mentally knowing you might have to be out there five hours?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: You know, this two day break definitely serves me well, you know, physically, mentally, emotionally, so I can get all my strength for that final.
I'm gonna be expecting I have to be ready to expect a five hour match or five sets.
That's the kind of approach that I have to every single match that I play on on Grand Slams, especially in the second week. No other thoughts than that one.
And of course I'm going to try to go out on the court and win whoever I have across the net.
Fedtard infiltrates the media
Q. Do you make use of anything like that pressurized egg chamber which you were known to use at the US Open? Do you have one of them out here in Australia at all?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: No. No, I don't.
Q. In all seriousness, did you watch the women's semifinal today between Victoria and Sloane?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: No, I haven't seen it. I haven't seen it.
Is there anything particular that I had to see?
Q. There was quite a controversy about a medical treatment late in the second set.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I haven't heard about that. Sorry.