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Old 05-11-2009, 08:57 PM   #226
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Yeah, the "cela me regarde" is wrong. It's "Ca dépasse le sport" : it goes beyond the sport, in the original text.

An interview post match in french, very promissing for RG :

Pour son deuxième tournoi sur terre battue de la saison, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga enregistre sa première victoire (6-4, 7-5) contre Marat Safin sur cette surface. Le Manceau affiche clairement ses intentions de jeu : «Je sens que mon naturel est d'aller vers l'avant et je n'ai pas envie de jouer contre-nature. A Roland-Garros notamment, on a vu pas mal d'attaquants faire de très bonnes choses. J'essaie de me mettre dans ce rôle-là.»

Comment avez-vous vécu votre première victoire sur terre battue ?
Cela fait plaisir. On attend toujours avec impatience cette première victoire. Je me suis bien senti lors de ce match. Je l'ai abordé un peu différemment des autres fois en me disant qu'il fallait que j'accentue mon agressivité. Je pense que cela va gêner mes adversaires car on sera peu nombreux à jouer de cette manière. Je sens que mon naturel est d'aller vers l'avant et je n'ai pas envie de jouer contre-nature. A Roland-Garros notamment, on a vu pas mal d'attaquants faire de très bonnes choses. J'essaie de me mettre dans ce rôle-là, de jouer à l'inverse des autres même si je sais que je possède quelques aptitudes pour remettre la balle de temps en temps contre des joueurs qui sont dans le même profil que moi. Aujourd'hui, je suis assez content de mon match.

Allez-vous vous inspirer d'un joueur en particulier dans ce rôle d'attaquant sur terre ?
Non. Il y a Rafter, Mika (Llodra), Noah bien sûr, qui ont bien joué sur terre. J'ai la possibilité de faire service-volée et j'ai la chance de pouvoir jouer autrement. Mais je vais m'axer sur un jeu très offensif.

Est-ce aussi un moyen d'éviter l'hésitation entre « je défends » ou « j'attaque » ?
Tout à fait. Parfois, je joue entre deux eaux, je n'attaque pas franchement ou je ne défends pas franchement. Cela me permet d'être focalisé sur l'objectif et de ne pas me poser de question.

Etes-vous content de votre adaptation à la terre ?
Oui. A force de jouer et de jouer encore, mon jeu de jambes s'adapte de mieux en mieux à la terre battue. Ce n'est pas encore le top, mais cela va s'améliorer avec les heures que je vais passer sur cette surface. Aujourd'hui, le terrain était très bien par rapport à tous les terrains d'entraînement.

Ici à Madrid, que change l'altitude dans le jeu ?
La balle vole un peu plus, elle va un peu plus vite, le jeu s'accélère automatiquement. C'est donc plus difficile à contrôler.

Etes-vous déjà excité par la perspective de Roland-Garros ?
Bien sûr. On a tous envie de faire quelque chose de génial là-bas. Je suis excité et pressé de jouer le tournoi. Ce sera un des premiers Roland-Garros entre guillemets où je vais être capable de rivaliser. Le format des Grands Chelem me plaît, j'aime jouer les trois sets gagnants, aller au bout de moi-même, cela va être une expérience que je n'oublierai pas. J'espère vraiment me la kiffer.»

And the reaction of Safin, which I think we can take as a compliment for the agressive style of Jo :

"Je n'ai été à l'aise à aucun moment du match. J'ai été acculé derrière ma lige de fond de court en permanence et j'ai tatonné mon tennis durant toute la partie. Je n'ai rien pu faire et je ne pouvais rien faire. Pour tout vous dire, c'était un match vraiment ennuyeux pour moi. La seule chose que je pouvais faire, c'était attendre qu'il fasse des fautes. Une situation absurde. Mais qu'est-ce que j'y peux ?"

I can't translate at the moment though .
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:32 PM   #227
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This is the translation of the first paragraph of the article Benoit just posted. I am sorry I am very sleepy and going to bed now. In french I would say je tombe de sommeil. good night.

For his second tournement of the season on clay, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga scored his first win over Marat Safin (6-4, 7-5) on this surface. The man from Le Mans makes his intentions of play clear: «I feel my natural game is to go to the front and I don't want to play against nature.In Roland-Garros notably, we've seen quite many attackers do very good. I try to take this role here»
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My translation contribution, it’s not always easy for me to translate actual spoken words, but here’s the gist:

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga registered his first victory (6-4, 7-5) against Marat Safin in his second clay tournament of this season.

He’s very pleased about about this result, he’s waited with impatience to get that first victory on clay. He felt good during the match. He’s very clear on how he wants to play on clay: accentuate his aggressivity, move forward. He doesn’t want to adopt a style that’s against his nature/his natural instincts of the game. He believes that this aggressive style will disrupt his opponents as few people play that way on clay. At Roland Garros, those with attacking game have performed notably well. He will try to put himself in that attacking role.

He acknowledges that Rafter, Mika (Llodra) and Noah have attacking styles, but he does not need inspiration from a particular player. He says that he can serve-volley, but he can also play in other different ways. His point of focus is to adopt an offensive game.

He also has to avoid the point where there’s a hesitation between defense and attack. Sometimes he plays in a more neutral position: he doesn’t attack outright nor does he defend outright. This allows him to focus on the main objective and not have this hesitation.

He’s happy about his adaptation on clay. The more he plays, the better his footwork adapts on clay. It’s still not perfect, but this will improve with more hours spent on the surface. Today, the court felt quite good compared to the training courts.

Regarding the impact of altitude of Madrid on his game, he said that the ball flies a bit more, the game accelerates automatically and is more difficult to control.

He’s already very excited about Roland-Garros. He wants to do something special over there and can’t wait to play the tournament. It will be the first Roland-Garros - in inverted commars so to speak - where he will be a real contender. He likes the three-set winning format of Grand Slam (or best of 5 sets), to push himself to the limits. It will be an unforgettable experience for him.

Safin’s post-match reaction:

"I didn’t feel comfortable at any moment in the match, so I was all the time playing behind and I tried to find my game," said Safin. "I couldn’t do anything special so it was annoying to be there on the court and not be able to find the game, so basically I had to wait for his mistakes. It was a little bit absurd, so, it’s a disappointment but what can you do?"

Yes, that’s a compliment coming from him – Jo did not allow him to play his game. I believe they have similar attacking styles on clay.
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Thanks to everyone translating It's very much appreciated
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An interview coming from his website, in english please :

« It gives me Goosebumps »
Eight days away from the French Open at Roland-Garros, Jo-Wilfried is impatient do play in front of the French

Jo-Wilfried, how do you judge your form eight days from the French Open at Roland-Garros ?

I feel rather good. It is getting the peak of a long preparation and I have worked hard to arrive in top form at Roland-Garros. I feel ready and will play some in Düsseldorf (for the World Team Cup). This will allow me to work on details and play point under certain situation and say to myself that my opponent won’t be able to overtake me.

What will be your objective ?

It will always be the same: go as far as possible, without calculating and with the impression that have given my hardest. It will not be in my mind frame to talk about a quarter final of a semi-final as an objective. If I can manage to reach such rounds I will, of course would want to go further. I am 100% sure that this surface will suit me. With my conditioning and the way i hit the ball I will be well on clay. I can go very far the day when everything will come in place.

What does this tournament represents for you ?

It is mythical for us French player to be there. It has always been a high moment for French players to play Roland-Garros. I remember the day when I was playing the qualies. It is magical even if today it would be even stronger to make a result there. Just thinking about it gives me Goosebumps.

Do you feel any particular pressure ?

I do not ask myself that question on whether or not I can doubt myself. My only pressure is the one I apply to myself, on my own. People will be happy or sad about my results but I am one who is playing and I do this for myself.

You can go on his official site if you want it in french.


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I translated a German interview with Jo:


Interview with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

„I’m not nervous, just very agog“



Since 26 years the French tennis fans wait for a victory of one of their compatriots at the Grand Slam tournament in Paris. They have high hopes in Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who had to cancel his participation last year because he was injured. In an interview with sport.ARD.de the 24years old tennisplayer is talking about with which expectations he is going to travel in his home country.

sport.ARD.de: Your first and so far only appearance at the Grand Slam tournament in Paris ended in 2005 already in the 1st round. This year you are going into the tournament as one of the topplayers. What kind of feeling is this?

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: Actually I have already been a few times in Roland Garros.
sport.

ARD.de: Really? In the stats we can only find your loss to US-American Andy Roddick.

Tsonga: That’s true. But I was already allowed to practice at a youth camp on the grounds when I was 13years old. Beside this I have seen a lot of matches and great players from the stands. Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Marat Safin. They have impressed me.

sport.ARD.de: Now you are on the court yourself, are the favourite of the crowd and get acclaimed.

Tsonga: I have always hoped that this would happen one day and I was able to accomplish it.

sport.ARD.de: The longing of the French tennis fans is huge. They wait since 26 years, since the triumph of Yannick Noah, for the victory of a compatriot. Do those expectations make you nervous?

Tsonga: I have to live with this pressure. I’m really not nervous, just very agog for the days in Paris. My family and lots of friends are coming in order to see me play. I’m looking forward to this, but it doesn’t change that I have to blank out the surrounding when I stand on the court.

sport.ARD.de: You make the impression on the court as if you wouldn’t just play with the opponent, but also with the audience.

Tsonga: I am who I am, let my emotions out, this is helping my game. What other people think of me is secondary, but it seems as people like my manner.
sport.



ARD.de: You have your nickname "Muhammad Ali” because of your resemblace with the legendary boxer. But you also seem to have adopt his motto: “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” How important is this image for you?

Tsonga: It doesn’t really matter for me. But of course it helps the tennis to have different kinds of players. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic or myself – each of us is playing differently, cheering differently, appearing differently. The people have the choice who to support.
sport.

ARD.de: You already suffered as a young player from many injuries, last year you had to cancel the French Open because of a meniscus injury. Do you go this time free of complaints to Paris?

Tsonga: I can’t really complain. I feel healthy, fit and optimally prepared.
sport.

ARD.de: When you were able to go into a season for the first time in perfect physical shape you made a great stir. Your SF against Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open 2008 is unforgettable. He said afterwards: I didn’t have a chance.

Tsonga: This tournament and this match in particular have been my breakthrough for sure. Suddenly the people looked at me and paid attention. Everything around me has changed, but I stayed the same person.
sport.

ARD.de: In sports it went onhill for you, up to #6 in the ranking. You won 4 tournaments in the last two years, however all of them on hardcourt. Is it annoying for you as a French player that the surface in Paris is clay?

Tsonga: I have to live with this. I don’t know if it really affects my chances of victory. I just try to play my game on clay. They won’t change the surface because of me.

sport.ARD.de: With which ambition do you go to Paris? Another big victory against Nadal wouldn’t be bad, right?

Tsonga: I don’t think that far. I take potluck.

sport.ARD.de: What’s your aspiration for this season?

Tsonga: I want to win a big tournament this year. This is my wish. Only who wins a Grand Slam tournament will be remembered by the people.

German source of the article: http://sport.ard.de/sp/tennis/news20...iew_tsonga.jsp
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Interview in l'équipe :

http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/breves2...is-17-ans.html
second part : http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/breves2...is-17-ans.html


"It's like I'm 17 again"

Do you remember what Roddick said at the end of your 2005 RG match ?
He said… I don’t remember.

He said that you had a great serve and that if you kept trying, you would make it.
Exactly (smiles) He told me that again at the Australian. He has a good eye (smiles)

Which memory do you keep of that match ?
It was a little hell for me. I had a big shoulder problem which lasted 5 months. I had trouble washing my teeth or holding a glass. So it’s not a good memory because I shouldn't have been on the court.

RG is coming. You’re ten in the world and a beginner there. Is it an advantage ?
I think it is. I have nothing to lose. It’s my first Roland. It’s like I’m 17 again and going to play there. I’m happy, I’m like a mad man. It’s a childhood dream.

You’re saying it’s your first but it’s your second Roland !
In the heart, it’s the first. Last time I was sleeping at the CNE, meaning I was playing, practicing in Roland all year long. Today, it’s something else. I’m seeded. People are going to come to watch me. It’s something grand.

Do you use some of those comments who are doubting that you can play on clay to motivate yourself more ?
Of course. It would be hypocrite to say it doesn’t annoy me because deep down I know I can be good on clay. And then people are saying that I will never make it. So I’m even more motivated to show them what I’m able to do.

Are you telling yourself you’re going to proove to people that you’re good on clay ?
Not really. I want to proove that to myself. When something happens to me or when there is someone I’m not getting along well, instead of going towards him, I’m trying to do things the right way and hopefully he will understand by himself that he was wrong.

Do you need to give your everything during practice to be confident in your game ?
Yes and no. I work on challenges. When I have an objective, I don’t look at anything else. I’m capable of doing everything you can think about, even stupid things, when I decide it’s worth it.

What’s the next challenge ?
Roland Garros, three setters on clay. You have to be strong.

Any particular objective ?
No, I just want to take pleasure and to try to please the crowd.

Taking pleasure is often winning…
I’m playing with words because I know the crowd only wants me to win.

Do you imagine your first entrance on RG center court ?
No, it’ll be a surprise. I prefer to live in the instant. I’m not saying I don’t think about it from time to time while telling myself « what will I do when I’m stepping on the court ? » (smiles) Will I arrive with my head lowered ? Or showing off ?

Have you found an answer ?
I don’t know, but I’m thinking about it (laughs)

It could be a Bercy arrival, fist raised ?
It could (smiles) When I’m coming in like that, it means it’s really important to me.

Physically, how are you ?
Fine.

Clay is the less traumatising surface for you in the end ?
Absolutely.

Maybe you’ll become a clay-courter…
I already am ! (laughs)

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It's a great interview

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Jo and Gilles are in the French Men's Health this month, here's the article about Jo:




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