Rasheed about his form in L'Equipe today:
"I think his shoulder will holp up. It's getting a little bit better every day. He played in training without shoulder strap and felt well. He feels a little pain, but there is no lesion. He served hard and it held. He's really striking the ball well. I'm having a good feeling."
The whole interview:
He also talks about the particularly hard training in Adelaide and about the fact that GaŽl lacks self-confidence, Rasheed keeps telling him he has to believe that he's one of the best players out there. But he thinks there are more and more matches where GaŽl is showing the right attitude.