In a way, there is not much else for me to say except, I mean, another tournament has passed, and I need to look forward and look for the tournaments ahead.' "I really expected to play better on clay", he admitted.
Verdasco, meanwhile, got to the fourth round at Roland Garros for the seventh time. Nishikori got past Benoit Paire, 6-3, 2-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
The 21-year-old German scoffed at the premise. It also showed - not just to others but, perhaps more importantly, to Zverev himself - that he can handle such occasions, that he is capable of doing what's necessary when the sets and hours add up, and that he is perhaps finally ready to stride into the very last days at a major.
"I think it was very smart for him to do that", he said. Being two sets to one down is like being a set [behind] in a three-set match.
Dzumhur again helped Zverev, putting a pair of easy backhands into the net, then later said of the first of those: "That's the point that I will probably remember". What am I going to do?
"It's a shame, because physically I felt good, but I think - obviously I lost my nerves early on in the first set and after I lost that set".
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To add fuel to the fire, he said Craig was "an expert in training ground injuries, so I'll have to be subservient to his greater knowledge".
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He was undergoing treatment at a private hospital here, they said, adding that Madhusudhanan had tested positive of the virus. There is one unconfirmed death and 17 suspected nipah casesare under observation, according to the official.
I mean, I know he tried his best. "We try to maybe change a few tactics and see how we can win the next point and the next game". While it didn't hold up, it was a fun little moment late in what had been an arduous match. The French duo of Pauline Parmentier and Gregoire Barrere had a 6-4, 1-4 lead on Dabrowski and Pavic when play was stopped. He was at.500 until showing signs of a resurgence by getting to the Italian Open semifinals on red clay before losing to 10-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal.
He acknowledged drawing a dose of confidence from managing to win two five-setters in a row, "knowing that I'm fit enough to last as long as I want".
"Obviously it's tough when you lose a match, but that's how it goes".
Fourth-seeded Grigor Dimitrov fell to 0-7 against top-50 opponents at the French Open and still has never made it to the fourth round at the clay-court Grand Slam tournament.
"I have to embrace this kind of situation in life where it's different", he said.
He next plays 19th-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan, who is finding his best form and who has won their two previous matches. "Hopefully that can keep going".