寶貝很榮幸的

2009溫布頓賽事的第一場比賽就是在裝上了屋頂的中央球場進行

或許是他想要把握機會好好的適應球場吧

再加上草地上第一次跟球迷見面
(上上週在德國舉行的哈雷賽事,球迷都沒看到他"愛跌倒"的比賽,真是非常的遺憾!)

所以

在第一次亮相的比賽中,還是決定盛大的為球迷演出一場3小時又28分鐘的大河劇規模戲碼

從最後兩位對打選手要離場時,讓整個中央球場的觀眾來個standing ovation看來.

兩位球員的賣力演出,還是有得到觀眾的肯定


是說,整場比賽中,有兩次蠻長的傷停


不過,叫停的主角可不是寶貝喔,

而是來自法國的選手

或許寶貝在德國的草地上經過了多場"愛跌倒"的實習後

站在英倫的草地上雖然還是有滑倒

不過不像對手,一次比一次滑的慘烈與劇痛....

球迷本來想意思意思的看一下比賽就好

哪想到第一盤寶貝就先輸掉

害得球迷想放棄又不放心呢

總是演很大的寶貝其實整場表現的很英國紳士作風

沒有太多的情緒搞怪

而且看到敵手一次摔的比一次慘,

或許也不曉得要立刻痛下殺手還是要繼續演下去

2009溫布頓-0622-Djokovic-對手摔倒.jpg

是說這小子是蠻戲劇化的人,不過他的真性情就是他寶貝的地方
看到對手撞牆式的摔傷法,
他也很主動的關心對方,雖然他明明幫不上忙
可是他願意
特別的走過整個球場到人家身邊表達關心,
這就是他最可愛的地方了

2009溫布頓-0622-Djokovic-關心對手-1.jpg

經過了漫長的比賽,第一場賽事就讓觀眾"坐"的值回票價

球迷一開始還能看到電視上的轉播,不過後來...賽事切換來切換去之後

最後只能轉而在網路上看比賽,原本也順得很...不過到了最後一盤就一直斷斷斷個不休

球員操體力,觀眾練耐性...一場賽事下來,都能夠很有收穫


今年的溫布頓,在Nadal退賽之後,大家的焦點都擺在Federer和地主國選手Murray的身上

這樣對於寶貝來說,也是一件好事,學習沉潛一點,穩定場上的情緒

未來的比賽,雖然球迷很喜歡看"演很大"的賽事,
不過站在寶貝的立場......還是希望他走的遠一點
過程不要太刺激也無所謂啦 XDD

2009溫布頓-0622-Djokovic-firstwin-g.jpg

難得看他的怪表情出現...



不過...半夜三更才能睡覺的球迷還是忍不住想建議寶貝一下

下一場......能不能不要演出時間那麼長......

打一場網球等於快要兩場足球賽事的時間,真的有些長


白衣溫布頓是傳統

寶貝在大賽前的準備練習時,穿的練習球衣是天藍色商標條紋線

2009溫布頓-Djokovic-大賽前場地練習.jpg

第一場比賽時的球衣是紅色商標條紋線

2009溫布頓-0622-Djokovic-firstwin4e.jpg

感覺還不錯

不過還是女生的球衣設計多變化


BTW,Cilic也以直落三拿下溫布頓首勝

2009溫布頓-0622-Cilic-firstwin1.jpg

昨晚回家時已是寶貝第一盤賽事後半,稍早的中央球場首場賽事是我國選手vsFederer

只是看到Highlight,
還是會覺得雖然我國選手付出首場輸的代價,
不過得到國家名字在全世界亮相的機會也是很值得



以下是寶貝的賽後採訪及賽事的中英文報導

2009-0622 First Day
Fourth seed Novak Djokovic reached the second round after a 6-7(8) 7-6(1) 6-2 6-4 win over Frenchman Julien Benneteau, who called on the trainer at match point down after a nasty fall.

The world number 81, facing his second match point against the Serb, sprinted back to try to reach a Djokovic lob but then skidded into the screen at the back of the court.

His racket flew out of his hands and he clutched his left knee in agony, with the trainer having to ice the injury for several minutes. Benneteau resumed to save match point before losing on the third and left Centre Court to a standing ovation.

Djokovic, the 2008 Australian Open champion, will face qualifier Simon Greul for a place in the third round, after the German beat American Michael Yani 6-4 6-2 7-5.


儘管在首場比賽就被對手拖入苦戰,但小德顯然更想從積極的一面看待這個事實:“從另外一個角度看,在賽事開始階段就能參與這樣的拉鋸戰對我來說也是個很好的鍛煉。我的對手實力很強,第一輪就遭遇這樣的對手並不是很好的簽運,但無論如何我還是靠自己的努力堅持到了最後。”

“我對自己的身體狀況非常滿意,這是大滿貫的比賽,五盤三勝制,你必須得有強健的體魄。雖然首場比賽就打了3個半小時,但我仍然感覺非常輕鬆。”小德說道:“但我希望以後不會再經歷這麼長的比賽了,當然也不希望比賽這麼晚才開始。”

比賽過程中,小德曾滑倒在草地上,而對手貝內特烏更是請求了兩次醫療暫停。小德說:“我根本沒有想他是不是可以繼續,我只把注意力集中在自己的身上。不知道什麼原因,但今天的場地比我想像中的還要滑,不過這對我們兩個人來說都是一樣的條件。”

在所有人都把目光集中在本土英雄穆雷和14屆大滿貫冠軍費德勒身上的同時,小德默默的“享受”著沒有媒體過多關注的輕鬆。塞爾維亞小將說:“我很高興大家都在談論費德勒或者穆雷。我並不認為自己是默默無聞的一員,過去的2到3年裏我的表現都很不錯,包括在澳大利亞贏得大滿貫。所以在任何一個大滿貫賽事中,我都是冠軍的有力爭奪者。這給了我額外的壓力,因為通常我的對手都沒有什麼好輸的。”


Monday, June 22, 2009
Wimbledon 2009: Novak Djokovic - 22 June 2009

Q. Presumably you would have cared for it to be a little bit quicker than that, the first match.

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, you can look from different perspectives. I think it was maybe ‑‑ positive side of it was maybe good that I get some longer rallies and, you know, longer match on the start of the tournament.

I knew that I would have to work for most of the points throughout the match, because I was aware of the quality of my opponent today. It was certainly not a great draw for the first round, but I'm happy to get through.

Q. Did you feel that you were getting more into your timing as the match went on?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I was really happy physically with the way I was handling the things. And this is a big advantage, you know, towards this big tournaments, Grand Slams.

When you play best‑of‑five, it's really important to be physically fit and convinced, you know, and confident in yourself so you can rely on your strength throughout the matches.

I think I was quite fresh, even though we played over three hours.

Q. You're confident that as the rounds go on that perhaps you won't have to go 3 hours 28 every round?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, you know, I hope. I hope I won't get these matches this long and this late.

But, you know, the court is very unpredictable. Everybody is playing very good tennis. Obviously, whoever plays in a Grand Slam, he has a big quality on his side and he has motivation.

Well, in most of the matches I get in, I get in having the role of the favorite. This puts an extra pressure on me. You know, on the other guys, they have nothing to lose, so it's quite tricky.

Q. What is the special part of Wimbledon for you?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Wimbledon? Well, on my opinion, this is the most prestigious tournament there is, given the fact that it's the oldest event, all this history and tradition going on. It's really respectful from the tennis fans, and of course players and coaches worldwide.

I always dreamed of winning this tournament. Hopefully one day I will get this honor.

Q. It's not often you see a player have to call the trainer on a match point. What were you thinking?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, you know, I wasn't trying to think if he's gonna continue on or not. I was trying to focus myself on that point. I knew he's a big fighter.

Obviously, after having this little injury in the third set, again, he continue on playing. You know, you're playing on the Centre Court, a lot of people watching you. It was a long match.

For him to retire on the match point would not be a great thing to do, so I knew he's gonna continue. And then it was quite tricky, but I think I've played aggressive, you know, the next two points, which was good.

Q. Was it particularly slippery out there today?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Yeah, it was. I mean, I don't know what's the cause, but it was a little more slippery than I really expected it.

But, again, it's the same for both of us. So, you know, it's the conditions. It's the new roof. There's a lot of things involved.

But it was fun playing on the Centre Court. I think it looks very beautiful.

Q. A lot of people are talking about Andy Murray, Roger Federer as the main title contenders. Are you happy?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Very happy.

Q. To be below the radar or hype in the building?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Look, I've been playing really well in the last two, three years. Obviously, people were talking about me, having won a Grand Slam in Australia, put myself in the position to be a candidate for a Grand Slam title in basically each Grand Slam I have played.

So right now, Andy Murray is in the spotlight, and he deserves it. I mean, he was playing fantastic tennis in last seven, eight months. And it's good. I mean, releases kind of a little bit of pressure off me so I can play relaxed on the court.

Q. And we've spoken before about how you two developed together coming up through the juniors. Is the ego kicking in a bit now?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: To be honest, I'm happy. You know, I'm happy to see ‑‑ for the sport, it's good to see, you know, some young players coming up: him, Del Potro, Cilic. Hopefully these guys are the future of the tennis.

Q. John McEnroe said today from what he saw he thought you played too defensive. I wonder what you think about that claim?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, this is maybe a little problem that I had lately. I've maybe played too defensive ‑ not just on grass courts, grass court matches that I had this year, even in the French Open. So I think it's a mental thing a little bit.

But hopefully throughout the matches and this tournament I can break through. You know, I was working a lot on my volleys and my aggressivity in the game. But it's different when you're playing it on the practice and when you're stepping on the official match.

So, yes, I would agree that I played a little bit defensive and I should move on, because I think I have quite good volley and, you know, good serve that I can use.

Q. Obviously Roger Federer is one of the greatest players. As an opponent, what is his greatest point as a player?

NOVAK DJOKOVIC: It's hard to say. He's playing most of the shots perfectly, you know. If you look at his game, it's an all‑around game, you know, that many people are saying that it's one of the, you know, greatest of all times.

I mean, as you could see after four or five years of dominance, he's still there. You know, he's still motivated to play well, to perform well, to win more Grand Slams. You got to give him credit for that.


Interview from Wimbledon












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  • agyness
  • 我看了不到一個時就撐不住去睡了....還要早起呀...
    他是不是根本沒換鞋子.....照樣穿上次摔的很誇張的那雙(?)

    焦點不在他身上也好,默默的過關斬將吧~

    亞洲一哥的表現在水準之上
    第一盤很精采!
  • 寶貝第一盤如果贏了,球迷可能就不會看下去了
    偏偏打到最後輸球,只好一直奉陪下去
    真是他本人累,身在亞洲的球迷更是累翻了

    草地網球鞋是需要特製的
    鞋底由一堆小圓圈圈組合而成的草地防滑功能
    好像在一般市面上不一定能買得到
    不過職業選手應該都有,除非他懶的換鞋 哈哈

    老實說球迷只看過亞洲一哥去年讓Murray爆冷門的奧運賽
    那場他打得真是好呀
    昨天這場比賽只看到一點點的Highlight
    當然...外國媒體的重點都在Federer
    所以也看不出什麼所以然,
    不過能夠破球王的發球局,
    就是打得很棒了

    milanhime 於 2009/06/24 17:08 回覆

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