Re: Time up?
Most of what I was going to say has been summed up above but overall I just feel like as long as Guille is out there still trying to fight, I won't be retiring my hope yet and i hope the same for Guille. Whilst losing matches like today's are surely frustrating, it still seems premature for him to quit-he seemed close to the win and who really knows if these could soon going his way, with time. I just think it's too soon in his 'comeback' to reach these conclusions.
I just think wait and see at this stage but retirement would be gutless at this stage and I hope that guille has more fight and courage than that...
Q. Do matches like that have a psychological effect on players,
or do you have to find a way of putting memories to one side?
RICHARD GASQUET: No, I always played well against him. I always won the first two
sets in Roland Garros, so I hope not to win the first two sets this time. (Smiling.)
Maybe the sky will fall?