Moyà on chinese crowd:
QUESTION: Carlos, this is the first time in China, in Shanghai. What do you think of the response from the Chinese crowd?
CARLOS MOYA: I think they were great. It was a great atmosphere and they were involved in the match, so when you see all the crowd involved there and supporting both players, is great. You feel better. You feel more you have to do your best and I think the crowd have been great.
QUESTION: You have the most support here in Shanghai at this tournament compared to the other seven players. Do you have anything to say to the supporters?
ANDRE AGASSI: Well, I thought it was a great atmosphere tonight. I heard it was this way yesterday for the other players too, so happy to be a part of it.
QUESTION: Do you have any comments on the Chinese spectators? Do you have any comments on the reaction of the spectators?
ROGER FEDERER: I think they're very enthusiastic and it's very comfortable crowd, they don't disturb you during the point and when there is a good point, they applaud a lot and they even scream. So I think it's very good feeling, good atmosphere out there for us players and I enjoyed a lot anyway today.
QUESTION: The crowd seemed to be right behind you. Were you surprised by how enthusiastic they were and how knowledgeable they seemed to be and in fact you seem to have a very strong following here in China?
LLEYTON HEWITT: Yeah, it was fantastic. Obviously in the match before me, the Safin-Moya match, I heard a lot of yelling and screaming out there, but I didn't really know what to expect, I guess. I've never played in China and I haven't played a lot in Asia, so I was a little bit unknown to how they were going to react and I think they really enjoyed the way that I play tennis, sort of wearing any heart on my sleeve out there and the way that I show emotion and get fired up when I win big points and I think they just really enjoyed it out there and it obviously helps me a lot as well.
(it couldn't be perfect...but in comparison with L.A.
QUESTION: Did you pay attention to the crowd? Did they react in the way you were surprised or not?
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: No. The only I saw was in the court that some people is moving
when we are playing the point, between the point. But I think when pass of days, maybe is going to change something about this.
QUESTION: You notice that the crowd, the spectators were moving. Did it affect the way you play?
JUAN CARLOS FERRERO: Not really. I was trying to be very concentrate, but, you know, when the people is moving, maybe you see something, but, you know, was not the key to lose the match.