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Old 09-02-2010, 11:23 PM   #166
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Great win, Kei! Hope you can break your record in Flushing!!! See u at KL at the end of the Sep.
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Kei won? Oh my god! Im so very happy!

We should celebrate!
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http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/int...469019415.html

Thursday, September 2, 2010
An interview with:

KEI NISHIKORI


THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. How are you feeling after that and what has happened to you in the locker room since coming off the court?

KEI NISHIKORI: Uhm, I had a headache. Of course, I played more than five hours and, you know, it was hot day. And I did ice bath after, I did stretch, just rest my body.

Q. You haven't been on an IV or anything like that?

KEI NISHIKORI: No.

Q. Your thoughts about what you were able to do today, persevere in that heat and beat Cilic?

KEI NISHIKORI: I knew he had good serve and good second serve. I was thinking it is key to break second serve. I was not returning well until third or fourth set and start more attack his second serve. I was just slicing and just putting. You know, it was working. After the serve, I was able to, uhm, hit winners. I was cramping second, third set. And, uhm, I think that was key, fourth set tiebreak, yeah.

Q. You've had bad luck with injuries over the past year or two.

KEI NISHIKORI: Yeah.

Q. The fact that you are able to get through a match like that under such difficult conditions, can you look at that as maybe something that can give you confidence going forward, that you're able to persevere, win a tournament under those conditions?

KEI NISHIKORI: I was struggling after comeback. I was not playing for 11 or 12 months. I thought I lost everything: my feeling and my tennis. But I start getting confidence. I was winning challengers, won three challengers already. Uhm, before this, two weeks ago, I won Binghamton challenger and played really well there, started getting confidence. Uhm, yeah, it was difficult. It was raining, and I had to wait three days to finish the first match. And, yeah, like today, it was hot, and played five hours. But, you know, I beat -- he's top player obviously and played well today, so I'm getting more confidence from these tournaments.

Q. I know you got asked about it courtside, but it's 15 years since Matsuoka had an infamous match out there when he was in agony with cramps. You were a young kid when that happened. You obviously know Shuzo. Have you talked to him about that experience?

KEI NISHIKORI: Yeah, I see him many times on TV. Yeah, he was always too sad to see that because no one can help. He just has to, uhm, lay down and couldn't do anything. And I used to cramp a lot. Even two years ago I played here and I was cramping from first match. I was able to finish that. But, you know, the rules changing now and it's more tough when you're cramping, so... Uhm, but nothing I can change.

Q. You said you started cramping in the second set, which is early.

KEI NISHIKORI: Yeah.

Q. When you got into a fifth, were you afraid that something really unpleasant might happen?

KEI NISHIKORI: I was thinking about it in fourth set mostly. Even if I win this, I have to play one more set. It's not going to be easy for me, you know, cramping. But I was able to fight through, yeah.

Q. So does this give you more satisfaction than anything you've achieved in tennis so far, coming through that match, coming through five hours in that heat?

KEI NISHIKORI: After came back, yeah. Played five set in French, too. But it wasn't hot. It was tough. But even today was hot and I was cramping, so... Yeah, it was tough match.

Q. I was going to ask you to compare it to the Ferrer match in 2008. Would you rate this higher than that?

KEI NISHIKORI: What do you mean? Sorry.

Q. Would you say this was the most satisfying match between the two?

KEI NISHIKORI: Uhm, you know, it was both good match for me. I have more good memories there against Ferrer. I won first two set, and he came back, but I was still fighting. And was first time Round of 16. I was really happy about it.

Q. How big a sports star are you in Japan?

KEI NISHIKORI: Uhm, I don't know (smiling). It's getting big, I think.

Q. Do you enjoy it? Do you enjoy being famous?

KEI NISHIKORI: Of course, yeah. But I live in Florida mostly. So mostly nobody recognize me there. When I go back to Japan, it's fun. I might get a crazy if I stay there all the time. But I live in States, so it's not bad.


http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/int...469190303.html

Thursday, September 2, 2010
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MARIN CILIC

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Could you explain what happened to your body at the end of the match in the fifth set.

MARIN CILIC: I mean, not much to explain. The conditions were really tough, and was I think very tough. Even beginning first two, three sets was tough to run and to maintain that level. Afterwards I think both of us got really exhausted. But he was, in the end of the match and after winning that fourth set a little bit breathing mentally easier. I think that helped him. I was, of course, struggling. I saw he was, as well. That was the case in the end of the match.

Q. Is it difficult to lose a match when you fight so hard to come up short?

MARIN CILIC: Yeah, I mean, it's not easy to accept that you stayed on the court five hours and then had your chances and in the end you are down because, I mean, tennis I think it's more just physical. I would say the conditions were really tough. It was very humid. It wasn't easy to get the oxygen. That was it.

Q. Coming into this tournament, I know you didn't get good results in the US Open Series leading up, but can you talk about your condition in the late summer and how you felt coming into the tournament? Did you feel physically and mentally ready to go the distance deep into this tournament?

MARIN CILIC: Well, I would say that I was preparing pretty good and I had good week in Washington where I played semis, then had two losses in first round. I mean, I was feeling fine. I was even thinking to play New Haven, but I decided not to, because I felt pretty good on the court and I was hitting the ball pretty well. I was excited to play here. And I think I was pretty good prepared. I can't say that I wasn't. But just today was really exceptional and doesn't happen too often, conditions like this.

Q. Did you feel at some point that you may not be able to get up and go back out on the court?

MARIN CILIC: How do you mean?

Q. When he was working on you, did you feel like, This is it?

MARIN CILIC: No, I felt exhausted. But I felt I could I mean, I'm going to play until the end. I'm not going to retire because of those things.

Q. You played Kei two years ago in Indian Wells. Last time you won very easily. Compared to that match, did you see any progress in Kei? Did he do anything which surprised you?

MARIN CILIC: I don't know. I mean, it's tough to say. I think he probably got a little bit physically stronger and his ball is a little bit heavier. But I can't really see some things. Both of us, I would say we didn't play the best, especially because of the conditions, and it was tough to see which areas are better and which are not.

Q. When she asked you earlier about your body at the end, what were you feeling? You mentioned oxygen. Were you having trouble getting air? Were you having cramps?

MARIN CILIC: Yeah, I mean, I start to feel cramps in the end of the fourth set. But with that, I was all right toward the end of the match. It was just the general tiredness and exhaustion.
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Nishikori last man standing as Cilic wilts in five
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Thursday, September 2, 2010

In a matchup that looked to be an intriguing contrast at the outset and then became a brutal war of attrition on a blistering Court 13, the qualifier Kei Nishikori of Japan, ranked No. 147 in the world, outlasted and upset Marin Cilic, the 11th-seeded Croat, 5-7, 7-6, 3-6, 7-6, 6-1.

The match lasted 4 hours, 59 minutes.

It wasn't the longest match in US Open history, though it's a safe bet that the two longest (Edberg-Chang in 1992 and Massu-Sargsian in 2004, both over five hours) weren't played on days in which the on-court temperatures edged dangerously close to 120 degrees.

Both players repeatedly called for the trainer. Nishikori was treated for a hip flexor, while Cilic required massages for back issues and cramping. In the fifth set, as Nishikori went up two breaks of serve, Cilic was reduced to taking punch-drunk swings at the ball and letting balls out of his considerable reach go by him.

The match was the first of the day scheduled on Court 13. As it limped to its conclusion, Roger Federer was sauntering off court at Arthur Ashe, having just won the third match of the day there.

Virtually every game went to deuce and ad points, and while the match was obviously tightly contested, it wasn't compelling for its quality of play. Cilic hit 93 unforced errors, while Nishikori made 77 mistakes.

In a sloppy, 60-minute first set that presaged the long arc of the match, Cilic and Nishikori traded unforced errors, ad points and breaks of serve. Cilic broke for a third time at 5-5 and held to take a set that no one appeared to want.

The two young players presented contrasting styles and heights, but some of the differences in their games were neutralized when the match became more about sheer physical survival.

The nimble Nishikori, 20, covers the court like a Jack Russell terrier. He puts his entire body into his flashy groundstrokes, often elevating off the ground to get more oomph behind his backhand.

Another in a long line of tall Croats, the 21-year-old Cilic lopes about the court - even on days when he's not playing five sets - and methodically strikes the ball. His serve, launched from an elastic knee bend and deep back dip, doesn't generate the pace that might be expected.

Cilic, who reached the quarterfinals at the 2009 US Open (defeating No. 2 seed Andy Murray en route), made it to the semifinals at the Australian Open in January. He broke into the Top 10 for the first time, but since then has cooled off.

Two years ago, Nishikori made a surprising run at his first US Open as an 18-year-old. He made it to the last 16, the best performance by a Japanese man in the Open Era. But Nishikori missed nearly the entire 2009 season with an elbow injury that required surgery, and this year entered the Open as a qualifier.

His second US Open already qualifies as memorable, and Nishikori has only moved into the third round.

Match Facts
- Three of the five sets lasted one hour or more.
- Cilic actually won more points, 190, than the victor, Nishikori (189).
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I am very sorry for leaving you yesterday, I am just too nervous for it...
I switched off TV, laptop, router, even my phone, for not watching it, because I really thought I'll get heart attack here.

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I am very sorry for leaving you yesterday, I am just to nervous for it...
I switched off TV, laptop, router, even my phone, for ot watching it, because I really thought I'll get heart attack here.

So, Kei
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Jack Russell terrier!?
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Hey peeps, I wonder if any of you remember me? I forgot about posting in the player threads, but Kei's run is too amazing to not discuss. The fight he showed yesterday in the heat was admirable. He didn't play his best tennis but willed himself to victory. I was so happy when he won, my heart was pumping fast. I knew he could do damage at this year's US Open, but for him to win such a match over a player in the top 15 whose been healthy is astonishing.

If Kei wins tomorrow, he'll be in the top 100 after the US Open. Good luck v Montanes, Kei!
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Hi flyboy,
Of course I remember you! I know you often post on GM too.
Come here more often!

Yeah, neither Kei nor Marin played their best tennis but Kei proved once again he's a tough nut who just won't go away like many young, inexperienced players.

Montanes in the next round may be tougher for him though. Kei lost to Albert on hard court two years ago, and Albert is He's not someone you want to play when you are tired because he's mentally very strong and keeps returning every ball deep and consistently.
At least conditions seem better today so hopefully he can repeat his run to last 16 two years ago, or beyond.
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OOP for Saturday:

Court 11
11:00 AM
Men's Singles - 3rd Round
Albert Montanes(ESP)[21] vs. Kei Nishikori(JPN)
Men's Singles - 3rd Round
Richard Gasquet(FRA) vs. Kevin Anderson(RSA)
Women's Singles - 3rd Round
Shuai Peng(CHN) vs. Andrea Petkovic(GER)
Women's Singles - 3rd Round
Lourdes Dominguez Lino(ESP) vs. Dominika Cibulkova(SVK)

Ganbatte, Kei!!
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Hey guys, Kei's match is about to start

Ill be happy as long as Kei is healthy for the whole match!
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Kei's injured...chances are he might not start, or finish.
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Well, they are on court now and have started practicing.
It seems Kei has taping on his left thigh so yes he may not be fit and Montanes is a kind of guy you don't want to play when you are physically not 100%.

But let's hope Kei can play the way he wants and hopefully win again!
(I quite like Albert too but of course I will root for Kei today! )
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Broken from 40-0.
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