Tomas Berdych Best Quotes

Tomáš Berdych (born September 17, 1985) is a Czech professional tennis player. His most notable achievement was reaching the final of the 2010 Wimbledon Championships, causing consecutive upsets by defeating top seed and six-time champion Roger Federer in the quarterfinals, and World No. 3 Novak Djokovic in the semifinals. In the final, he lost to Rafael Nadal in straight sets. Berdych’s biggest career win to date was the Paris Masters in 2005 as an unseeded player, defeating Ivan Ljubicic in the final. Enjoy Tomas Berdych’s best quotes below.

Tomas Berdych
“It’s always hard to find the best friends in the locker room because we are all competing against each other – but the real friends you are going to definitely find off the court because we are competitors in between.”
“Whoever has played tennis knows the court is pretty big and you always have space to put the ball in.”
“I do a lot of biking. I need that mileage and the long-distance stuff because tennis demands it. My fitness trainer is always trying to convince me to do an Ironman. I can probably run the marathon, I can make the 112 miles on the bike, but I will never swim for 2.4 miles. I will die after 100 meters.”
“I think I can win a slam. That’s my main goal, and if I could choose one, then yes, it would have to be Wimbledon. But, honestly, I would take any one of them.”
“I can see that the tennis for the fans could be a bit boring, and these days you have these new modern things which you can do, and you have a lot of time, because you just play a match, and practise, and many times in between you can bring many things to the fans.”
“It’s not so bad that I can’t touch my toes. But I’m not one of the most flexible guys. When you look at Novak Djokovic, you’d probably think he’s made of rubber.”
“Every time I am off the tennis tour, I go back home.”
“Tennis players need to be very focused and very intense, and I can show tennis players are not just hitting the little yellow ball and moving in between the white lines. I’m always trying to show my personality outside of the court.”
“The grass is a very big challenge for me. There are these low bounces and different movements, which is very difficult, especially for my height and weight. When the surfaces change, and I start to play on grass, I start to feel it in the lower back and the lower hamstring.”

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