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MessageSujet: James BLAKE   Dim 5 Aoû 2007 - 22:52

James Blake



Birthdate: 28-Dec-79
Birthplace: Yonkers, New York, USA
Residence: Tampa, Florida, USA
Height: 6'1'' (185 cm)
Weight: 183 lbs (83 kg)
Plays: Right-handed
Turned Pro: 1999
Coach: Brian Barker

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Jeu 9 Aoû 2007 - 12:15


Blake déclare forfait

08/08 20h38 - Tennis, ATP, Montréal

James Blake n’affrontera pas Lleyton Hewitt mercredi au 2e tour du tournoi de Montréal. L’Américain souffre de douleurs abdominales.

Tête de série numéro 8, l’Américain James Blake ne pourra pas aller au bout à Montréal. Il a dû jeter l’éponge et laisser passer Lleyton Hewitt au troisième tour, où il affrontera Hrbaty, vainqueur de Robredo (6/2 6/4).

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Ven 10 Aoû 2007 - 16:30


An interview with James Blake

August 8, 2007

THE MODERATOR: Officially, the medical is an abdominal muscle strain. Questions, please, for James Blake.

Q. Something in practice? Something that's lingering? Tweaked on the court?
JAMES BLAKE: I think I did it in practice just a couple days ago. Noticed it when I'm serving. It's something where I can hit fine, I can play baseline rallies, doesn't really affect me. But the reaching‑up motion for my serve is what happens.
It's happened to a lot of players. Same thing that Tommy had. You pull it a little; if you keep trying more and more, that's how Tommy Haas tore his at Wimbledon, was out for four, five weeks.
That's been known to happen to a few tennis players, just because of the motion of the serve, how violent it is. I know it could get worse because right now it is just a strain. With that being the case, I hope four, five days of rest, ice, ultrasound, all the other treatments all the guys downstairs will do for me, I hope it will be okay for Cincinnati.
It's hard to tell 'cause I need to be careful with the US Open coming up. I don't want to do something that's going to cause some serious damage.

Q. One of the major reasons why you wanted to shut it down, one rip could cause some damage?
JAMES BLAKE: That's definitely what I'm trying to avoid. My coach is a very conservative person. I finally maybe listened to him in terms of it's not worth it to go out there and try and kind of fight through something when even if by some miracle I would have won today, not being able to really serve, I'd be able to go after it, there's no way I'd be able to play tomorrow.
It kind of doesn't make sense to go out and try it. Lleyton is a great player. There's no guarantee when I'm playing well I'm going to have success. It just wouldn't make sense to try it. If this was the last match of my entire career, maybe I'd chance it. Hopefully I'm counting on more years and more tournaments this summer. I need to be careful and be smart about it.

Q. When did you take the decision?
JAMES BLAKE: This morning. Yesterday after the match, I noticed it. Before the match, they warmed it up really good. I didn't feel it much during the first set yesterday. Then in the second set I started in noticing it more. Actually in the tiebreaker, I hit one kick serve where I felt it pretty painfully. I noticed it then, that I needed to get something done.
Right after the match I went into the trainers, got ultrasound, got everything they could do. They scanned it, looked at it and everything. They said it wasn't too severe at that point. They just did a whole bunch of treatment. I was kind of hoping for a nice miraculous recovery last night. I told them I'd make the decision this morning. Unfortunately, it wasn't there.
It's still painful. In fact, it felt even worse this morning than it did last night because I guess just after all the adrenaline of playing the match, it kind of maybe numbed it a little. Now I notice it a lot more.
I decided that I just really can't do it. If I were to go out there and try, I know I'd cause more harm. I can't afford to do that.

Q. Are you going to have treatment in Montréal or Cincinnati?
JAMES BLAKE: I'm going to stay here in Montréal today, most likely go to Cincinnati tomorrow. Doing fitness things for my legs is fine, so I might go to Cincinnati and try to get used to the heat, maybe run outdoors a little bit, take some sort of a silver lining out of it of getting there early, trying to get used to that hundred‑degree weather.
I've already talked to the doctors and trainers here, they have some connections in Cincinnati, even if the trainers aren't there, that I can get treatment done tomorrow, then the trainers will be there on Friday. I'll get to Cincinnati early and hopefully be ready to go for Tuesday.

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Jeu 16 Aoû 2007 - 17:29


An interview with James Blake

August 15, 2007 - Cincinnati
J BLAKE d N KIEFER
6/4 6/4


THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Some of the top guys are falling like flies. Weren't you supposed to be the one coming in here banged up?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah. I guess maybe no expectation is good. You don't know what to expect, what's going to happen with my injury. Maybe yesterday after I got a match under my belt I felt like I could swing out a little more, playing a little more free.
I did that and felt like I played great and felt like I played pretty smart and executed everything I planned on doing. I even served quite a bit better. Before yesterday I hadn't really served much at all in the last week. That's probably why I wasn't serving so well yesterday.
But today I had adjusted a little bit to the way I was serving and felt better.

Q. Now it's Juan Carlos Ferrero, the third time here, fourth time in your career. What does he do so well against you?
JAMES BLAKE: Well, he's one of best baseliners in the world. He served great against me at Wimbledon this year. It was not totally unexpected. He's a great player. But he just served unbelievable. I think he probably served about 75% first serves and was hitting corners. So that was tough for me to deal with.
This time maybe I'll get some more looks at second serves and take some chances. His backhand is one of the best on tour. He moves great. Last year against me here I kind of got just got bombarded. He was pushing everything forward and I was on my back foot the whole time.

Q. Speaking of the backhand, a lot of the players, notably Federer and Gonzo are going to the slice backhand more. Is this something that you would want to do with your game?
JAMES BLAKE: Well, for me I try to come over it more often, but if you have to slice it, Gonzalez uses it very effectively basically to get forehands. Federer uses it because, to be honest, I think he's so talented he could do just about anything. He slices it when he needs to and keeps it low on grass courts.
Still more effectively he's able to come over it and it hurt you with that. I don't feel like it's his slice that's actually hurting you. It's keeping him in points and he's great at it defensively.
For me I've gotten better at it defensively, but I don't think it'll ever be a planned shot for me in terms of starting out a point or offensively using my slice.

Q. What affect is there upon players like yourself when other top seeded players throughout the bracket, like Djokovic and Nadal, lose on a day like today? Is there a feeling that the tournament has opened up at all?

JAMES BLAKE: Honestly coming into this one I really wasn't looking at that. My main goal for yesterday and today was to make sure I was healthy and make sure I get through it without reinjuring my stomach or making it any worse than it is.
I wasn't really that concerned with the other guys. I really didn't even look too far ahead in the draw. To me it doesn't make a big difference. If you get far in one of these tournaments, no matter what the name of the person is you're playing, they're going to be playing great tennis.
Carlo beat Djokovic and Monaco beat Nadal. If I were to meet either one of them late in the tournament I know there's a reason they're late in the tournament. Carlos has won here before. Monaco has already won a couple tournaments this year.
They have the ability to be playing great, and if they're in the quarters or the semis of a tournament like this they're beaten great players. They're just as talented and just as good during that week. So it doesn't affect me really that much. Because I know whatever matchup it is, if it's Friday or Saturday in one of these tournaments, it's going to be a really tough match and I'll have to play my best tennis to get through it.

Q. How frequently are you assessing your physical health right now? Can you say you'll feel great for tomorrow's match?
JAMES BLAKE: It's tough to say. Right now I'm actually very excited about the way it felt today. I think it's getting better every day. So I'm really excited about the fact that I haven't reinjured or done anything and kind of proud of myself not being stupid and going for too on some of my serves and not really stressing it and actually being a little more mature and realizing it's more important to be healthy.
It's working out so far, and the fact that I'm getting better and better, hopefully by the end of this week I'll feel like I'm completely 100% and hitting every serve I have and able to feel comfortable in that scenario.

Q. Given the success you had last year, the tournament wins and your ranking, I was wondering, how would you assess how this year has gone for you?

JAMES BLAKE: If you stack it up side by side with last year it's definitely not as successful. But if you stack it up with some of the other guys or some of the other years I've had on tour it's still pretty good. It's been a little up and down.
I haven't performed as well as I would have liked in some of the hard court tournaments that are generally my favorites, like Indian Wells and Miami. But I still had a win and a couple of finals and feeling confident right now and playing well. I think I got a lot more tennis left throughout this year, so the verdict is still out. But I'm playing confidently and I feel good, so I can't complain. I feel like I'm getting better.
I've had some tough luck in some big tournaments, but I'm not going to concern myself too much with that right now. I'll try to salvage the rest of this summer. I don't feel like salvage is a fair word because I've played well. So I'm just look to we've keep improving.

Q. When you play someone like Ferrero, Carlos, is it your goal to end the points quickly?
JAMES BLAKE: My goal is to end the point with me winning them. Doesn't matter if it's quick or long. Generally my game style is more aggressive so I am trying to end points. But I think I play my best when I'm not necessarily in my mind trying to end points, they just end quickly on their own.
Where I'm trying to hit a corner and not thinking about trying to hit a winner, and it ends up turning into a winner. I know my mindset going into playing Juan Carlos there really aren't going to be many quick points because he moves so well and plays defense so well. So I'm not going to be expecting quick points at all tomorrow.
I'm assuming he won't either since I like to think I move pretty well. I think we both will know we're in for a match. It could be long with how well we can both move.

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Jeu 23 Aoû 2007 - 20:06

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 26 Aoû 2007 - 9:54


New Haven - Blake : un titre et des ambitions



L'Américain James Blake a remporté le dixième titre de sa carrière en remportant, pour la deuxième fois, le tournoi de New Haven. Deux sets ont suffi au N.6 mondial pour disposer en finale de son compatriote Mardy Fish. Une victoire de bon augure pour Blake qui peut aborder sereinement l'US Open.

ATP NEW HAVEN - FINALE

James Blake (USA/N.3)
bat Mardy Fish (USA) 7-5, 6-4.

James Blake a fait le plein de confiance à l'heure d'entamer l'US Open. Après sa finale perdue la semaine dernière à Cincinnati face à Roger Federer, l'Américain a décroché le dixième titre de sa carrière à New Haven après une finale maîtrisée en deux sets (7-5, 6-4) face à son compatriote Mardy Fish. De quoi aborder sereinement les deux semaines new-yorkaises.

La tête de série N.3 faisait figure de favori pour sa troisième finale lors de la tournée d'été américaine (Cincinnati donc mais aussi Los Angeles) en alignant un impressionnant ratio victoires-défaites depuis Wimbledon (20-4). Pourtant, en début de match, les deux finalistes semblaient empruntés : "Je pense que nous étions un peu nerveux lors de la première manche. " Résultat un pourcentage faible de première balle (53% pour Fish, 50% pour Blake). Mais le N.6 à l'ATP gérait mieux les points importants et faisait le break lors du onzième jeu pour empocher le premier set (7-5).

Au cours de la deuxième manche, Fish ne parvenait pas à inverser la tendance et devait s'avouer vaincu (6-4) après 1h18 de jeu. A l'issue de la rencontre, le N.50 à l'ATP préférait toutefois retenir sa bonne forme actuelle : "Cette semaine est une excellente préparation en vue de l'US Open." Comme en 2005, Blake remporte donc le tournoi de New Haven. Il pouvait se montrer satisfait à l'issue de la rencontre : "Je n'ai pas très bien servi au cours du premier set mais quand vous jouez assez bien pour gagner une finale, c'est que vous faites les choses bien. Je me sens de nouveau sûr de moi. C'est un sentiment très agréable à l'heure d'aborder l'US Open. La dernière fois que j'ai gagné ici, j'ai fait un bon parcours à Flushing Meadows, où j'avais joué un grand match (finalement perdu) contre un certain Andre Agassi en quarts. J'espère aller plus loin cette fois. Avec mon état d'esprit actuel, vous avez l'impression que vous pouvez gagner tous les matchs, peu importe contre qui vous jouez, vous vous mettez dans une position pour gagner." Un discours rempli d'assurance qui masque à peine ses ambitions. Reste à savoir si ses performances de ces dernières semaines n'ont pas entamé ses réserves physiques.

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 26 Aoû 2007 - 11:19

Les ambitions il peut se les mettre là où je pense ! :smiling:
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 26 Aoû 2007 - 12:02

C'est une mordure silent silent silent
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 26 Aoû 2007 - 12:15

NET !
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Mer 29 Aoû 2007 - 11:00

Voilà celui que nous aimons toutes Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Mer 29 Aoû 2007 - 11:01

T'es moche :na:
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Ven 31 Aoû 2007 - 12:32


An Interview with James Blake

Thursday, August 30, 2007
(USO 2nd Round)



THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. The phrase "get the monkey off your back" is a common phrase, but it's not very descriptive when push comes to shove. What does this really mean to you?
JAMES BLAKE: I'd find another cliche that fits better.
A weight has been lifted off my shoulders. That's definitely the feeling of I actually honestly said to myself at the beginning of that fifth set, I'm just not going to lose this match; I'm going to win this. Up until now the whole five set jinx, whatever, it had never really entered into my head. When I got in a fifth set, I was just focused on winning and doing what I had to do to get there, but this time I just said to myself, I'm not going let it happen this time.
I feel fine physically. That's not going to be an issue. I know I have a game plan that can be effective against him. I know what I need to do, I just need to go out and execute. I was able to do it today.
And that was just an unbelievable feeling at the end of the match to look up and see how pumped my box was, and to see how pumped the J Block was, and to know that they all believed in me when many people at desks in front of computers and in front of microphones didn't, I know that.
So I'm happy that they were so happy for me.

Q. Is there a little bit of an irony after this five set win that you're playing Stefan Koubek next?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah. I think that was my first five set lost.

Q. Second.
JAMES BLAKE: Second. Wouldn't mind getting a little revenge. That was many years ago. I think we were two completely different players at that point. He's improved a whole lot, and I really hope I've improved a whole lot, especially mentally I feel like I've improved a lot.
That one he came back from two sets to love, and really just wore me down. So this time if I get up two sets to love, I'll know just to take my time, and play it one point at a time, and just keep doing what I had been doing to get there. If he makes an adjustment and I need to make an adjustment, then go about doing that. I feel much more confident in my ability to do that nowadays.

Q. What did you say to Fabrice at the end of the match?
JAMES BLAKE: I said, It's incredible that you're still playing this way. You do it every single Slam. You've been doing it for so long, and that you can still fight this hard. You're a credit to the game.
And he said, I just love it.
And I said, It shows, and the fans love you for it.
I meant that for sure. He is a credit to the game. I'm in awe of someone that at 34 years old, as many Grand Slams as he's played, go out there and battle for five sets, in singles and doubles, and probably in the mix there, too, I don't know.
To play that many matches, and the brand of tennis that he plays. He's not an Ivan Karlovic who goes out there and gets 50 free points on his serve; he's got to work for his points. It's incredible to be doing that still at this age. I hope my body can hold up the way his does.

Q. How much is lack of success previously, how much of that missing link has that been important for you?
JAMES BLAKE: Well, I think I lost nine matches. I could have done better. Some of them there really wasn't that much I could do. When I lost to Lleyton 6 0 in the fifth I think I very easily could have just walked off the court because there's no chance I could have won that after I was cramping and throwing up on the court twice.
There were a couple that were just one or two points. Obviously the Agassi and the match with Hewitt again in '02 or '03. It was one break and I think he had only one breakpoint and took advantage of it.
The one with Wawrinka my body kind of gave out as well. I wasn't ready for that kind of a grind on clay. Otherwise, I'm I didn't really think too much about it. I didn't worry about it, like I said, until tonight when I got to the fifth set. I just said, this time I have had enough of it.
So yeah, the monkey's off my back. It's a good feeling to know that I don't need to answer these questions all the time. I don't need to come in and lose a five setter and say, Why can't you win a five setter? At least I know I can.
I hope there's many more, because it's a great feeling to know that two guys battled hard and you were very, very close and it always will come down to a couple points in the five setter. And to know that you won those points is a great feeling.

Q. Did it have a larger impact for you? I mean, not just next time you go to a fifth set knowing you can win it, but...
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, it's a great feeling. Like I said, I went into it feeling like I was going win this time. And next time it'll be good. Any time you have that kind of confidence when you've done it before it makes a big difference. Right now I'm riding high on the confidence of doing so well in Cincinnati and L.A. and New Haven.
There's really no substitute for the fact that when you go into matching and I don't know if I would have had that feeling if I hadn't done so well this summer, because you get that in you where you feel like you're not going to lose.
I was down a match point in L.A., three match points in New Haven. You get the feeling that you're just not going to lose. There's no substitute for that. There's no way of pumping it into you artificially or anything. It's just a way to feel from doing it over and over. Now to win five setter, it's not something that I could have got artificially or come out and won a practice five setter or trained for five hours in a day and felt like, Okay, I know I can do this. There's no substitute for going out and doing it, so I'm real proud I did it.

Q. There was a major crisis in the ninth game of the final set. Three break points you're facing.
JAMES BLAKE: Uh huh.

Q. What's the mentality?
JAMES BLAKE: For one, I was questioning why I couldn't make a whole a lot of fist serves. I think two of them I think I had to hit second serves, and I saw that he wasn't really going after my second serve. He very rarely did that. So I kind of just rolled them in with little pace and did a little Fabricing to him by giving him no pace to work with.
I knew no matter how much pace I gave him he was going kind of chop it back to me and give me no pace to work with as well. So I might as well be real safe and make sure to get it in, and then after that take my chances with my forehand and get him running hopefully to his forehand and set up that point that I felt like I'm more in control of.
I was able to do that. One of them he actually hit a ball. Skidded off the line and I got lucky enough to still make it and then put a ball short to do the same thing he does to me: Put a ball short and low and make them have to hit up.
And if they do that really well, then you still usually have a look at a passing shot, and he luckily missed that one. From there I was off and running.

Q. How many times have you hit three winning lobs in a match?
JAMES BLAKE: I don't know, but it's another credit for him to be coming in as much as he is and be covering the net as much as he does at 5'9" or whatever he is. But he moves so well up there. Seems like it should be an easy shot, but he covers it really well so it wasn't that easy.

Q. What's the best part of playing at home and what's the worst part of playing at home?
JAMES BLAKE: The best part is the crowd. Having this many people that I know that care about me that support me is such a big thing. To look up to just about any part of the stadium to see some friendly face or someone cheering for me is an unbelievable feeling.
It's something that I actually thought about going out onto the court and the ovation I got and thought about how few people get lucky enough to have that feeling just once in their life. I've had it so many times, and I hope that I have it many more. But just the fact that I've had it once is unbelievable.
And worst part is sometimes just kind of the commotion that comes with it. Pete making me work a little too hard with the press. All my friends and family wanting, you know me it's not them it's me want to go spend time with all the people that I don't get to see that often, and the sometimes I guess I could equate it to like a wedding. People tell me that when you get married you'll never blow off so many of your friends.
Because you just have so much to do. So I have so much to do and so many close friends around here that I don't get to devote enough time to each one of them. Hopefully I'll have enough time after the Open.

Q. How frustrating was his style? It seemed to bothering you that he was taking a lot of time between points.
JAMES BLAKE: I knew he had gotten a warning already. Just kind of seeing if they would enforce it and get a point penalty. Points are hard to come by in the fifth set. If I could get one by him taking too long I would take it.
I just always want the rules to be enforced. But he's entitled to 25 seconds and he took his time. It's a very loose rule anyway, so it's not a big deal. It's just there in case I think it's grossly abused.
And he definitely didn't, except for the one time they gave him the warning, but that was clearly because he was cramping. He needed it anyway. I think he'd take that warning just to make sure that he could move. His style is what was much more frustrating. I played him a couple times and he's just so difficult to deal with. No one else on tour plays like that.
Some many of his shots look like they're easy to deal with, and I promise you they're not. That's why he's 40 something in the world at 34 years old and been on the tour for 15 years at least and made over $8 or $9 dollars because those shots are very difficult to deal with.
I was lucky enough to deal with them tonight and I can keep going, and I know I'll play a totally different player next time.

Q. What are your expectations for the rest of the tournament?
JAMES BLAKE: I never come in with expectations. I feel like I'm playing great. Like I said earlier, the confidence that I have from winning so much this summer is something that can't be replaced. I'm riding high on that and you never know how far that can take me.

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Ven 31 Aoû 2007 - 18:46

Tu feel like rien du tout tu vas dégager vite fait ouais !! 01
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Sam 1 Sep 2007 - 5:31

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 14:27


US Open La James-mania continue

dim 02 sep, 07h31

James Blake a eu chaud. Il lui a fallu attendre 2h39 de jeu, à une heure du matin passée, pour sortir vainqueur de son duel du troisième tour face à un Stefan Koubek étincelant (6-4, 3-6, 7-6[5], 6-1). Un peu plus tôt, dans le tableau féminin, Shahar Peer avait eu Nicole Vaidisova à l'usure tête (6-4, 3-6, 7-6[5]). Andy Murray a chuté. Svetlana Kuznetsova est passée.

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Pour sûr, vu de Paris, Guéret ou Annecy, l'idée même d'une nocturne avec somme super «guest» James Blake dépasse l'entendement. Mais à New-York, comprenez... Petite leçon de culture américaine générale accélérée, histoire de re-situer dans l'espace et le temps le garçon, de toucher du doigt l'aura qui l'entoure ici. James Blake 1) est Américain, 2) est originaire plus précisément de Yonkers, à New-York, 3) est beau et fait rêver toutes les adolescentes et leurs mères, 4) est l'auteur d'un livre numéro un au classement des ventes du New York Times où il revient sur son histoire exemplaire (il a failli mourir), 5) s'affiche en ce moment en grand sur plusieurs publicités dans le métro. Accessoirement, il est 6e mondial, ce qui, en soit, pourrait suffire à justifier une programmation vedette. Sans oublier qu'en plus de tout ça, James Blake est bourré d'humour et a fait Harvard. Pour faire court : c'est un monument, une idole, quoi. Sa sortie prématurée, dès le troisième tour, n'était même pas envisageable pour le public.

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Pourtant, Stefan Koubek n'est pas passé loin de l'exploit face à la tête de série n°6. Pendant trois sets, l'Autrichien a joué solide, a joué risqué, a joué juste. Ses coups droits long de ligne fatals à Michaël Llodra au tour précédent ont une fois encore été très efficaces contre un James Blake un peu fébrile et sans doute encore un peu émoussé par son match-marathon, déjà à une heure avancée de la nuit, face à Fabrice Santoro. Mais comme la marque de fabrique du 63e mondiale est davantage sa capacité à quelque peu «dégoupiller» dans les moments-clés que sa constance, malgré une majorité de points à très, très haut niveau, l'avantage est logiquement revenu au mieux classé des deux joueurs, au bout de la nuit, à plus d'une heure du matin, après 2h39 de jeu. Après un premier set très disputé et finalement remporté au filet, un deuxième concédé pour cause de trop de fautes directes, un troisième empoché au jeu décisif grâce une dernière accélération de coup droit, le quatrième était une simple formalité pour un Blake requinqué et un Koubek complètement cuit (6-4, 3-6, 7-6[5], 6-1). «Je sais qu'il y a des millions de choses à faire à New-York un samedi à cette heure-ci , a lancé en riant le vainqueur au public, alors que vous ayez préféré ici signifie beaucoup pour moi. Stefan est un super retourneur, mais je ne suis pas mécontent de moi dans ce domaine ce soir (samedi). Je me suis appuyé sur la confiance que j'ai acquise dans le troisième set et j'ai continué sur ma lancée. Je suis désolé que le score du quatrième set soit si sévère.» Le héros local atteint ainsi pour la troisième année consécutive les huitièmes de finale de l'US Open. Cette fois, il sera opposé à Tommy Haas, le tombeur de Sébastien Grosjean. «Contre lui, ce sont toujours de bon matches , a prévenu James Blake, mais il y aura forcément des hauts et des bas, donc préparez-vous à me soutenir ! »

A côté de ça qu' Andy Murray , de retour de blessure, ait cédé dès le troisième tour du seul Grand Chelem qu'il ait disputé cette saison ne constituait pas en soi la surprise du jour. Que son bourreau à ce stade de la compétition ait été le Coréen Hyung-Taik Lee , en revanche, si (6-3, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5). «Je n'ai peut-être pas joué de façon aussi consistante que je l'aurais souhaité , a commenté a bon escient l'Ecossais, mais il a été bon.» Perdre contre un 43e mondial de 31 ans... Un peu de déception quand même, hein, Andy ? Pour Hyung-Taik Lee qui a gagné le droit d'affronter Nikolaï Davydenko, c'est au contraire une immense joie : la seule fois où il était parvenu à atteindre ce stade de la compétition à New-York, c'était en 2000. Seul Pete Sampras avait alors été capable de le stopper.

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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 14:27

je rêve ... j'vous jure je rêve Rolling Eyes
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 14:29

Je crois que je rêve aussi !!!! Shocked J'hallucine même !
Dire que je l'adorais ... Rolling Eyes
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 15:42

j'me suis arrêté à "est beau" Laughing
je fais qd même faire l'effort de finir pour voir ce qui vs fait halluciner parce que je pense pas que ce soit pour la même chose que moi :laugh:
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 16:47

moi je concois, ms y'a un monde entre l'image et le reste quoi ...
et vegas ct fatal en ce qui me concerne !
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 17:32

Ah nan mais qu'ils lui hérigent un monument stp !
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 2 Sep 2007 - 17:45

nan ms c'est normal pr eux de le voir comme un héro ! ... juste à moi on me la fait pas quoi !
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Mar 4 Sep 2007 - 9:11


An interview with James Blake

Monday, September 3, 2007
T. Haas/J. Blake
4-6, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 7-6


THE MODERATOR: Questions.

Q. After all the twists and turns of breaking back, sort of all came down to two serves in the tiebreak. Could you go over those two points. Did you push the serve maybe too much?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, I think I was a little indecisive at the end there. I didn't really commit to that serve, and it showed.
I wish I had a chance to maybe look at a second serve on one of those three match points that I had. Came up really big with those serves. Did come down to one or two points there. It's frustrating I didn't win 'em this time.
I got a couple of those in a breaker against Koubek, I got a few points against Santoro. It didn't go my way. I wish it had. I did everything I could. Fought as hard as I could. Broke back in the fifth set. Had the momentum. Felt like I was playing great. He came up big. I feel like I just pushed a couple of balls and ended up playing a little tentative in that tiebreaker.

Q. You were on the court for 12 hours in four matches. How much did fatigue play a factor in that match?
JAMES BLAKE: Not at all. My legs feel great. I like my chances to go out there and play another five setter right now. I feel fine. I'm not physically ailing at all. My legs feel actually good. I was somewhat surprised.
I know I've done a lot of hard work. I was aware I'd been on the court a lot. But I still feel great, like I could run down balls no matter where they were in that fifth set.
It had nothing to do with that.

Q. Does it hurt any less knowing how hard you've worked?
JAMES BLAKE: It's going to sting for a little while. Hopefully in a day or two I'll look back and say it's still not a terrible summer. Made the finals of Cincinnati. Won New Haven. Fourth round here. Finals of L.A. As Peter liked to point out, that was a terrible loss to Stepanek. Otherwise I felt I was playing pretty well.

Q. What happened in that 6-Love set?

JAMES BLAKE: You know, a lot of those games were close. I didn't feel like it was that much of a runaway. I had a breakpoint there in the first game, maybe two or three breakpoints. Didn't convert.
Then he started playing unbelievable. I think he had to hit six to eight just cold backhand down the line winners. Some of those there's nothing I can do. He can get hot like that. He's talented. He's been 2 in the world.
When he's serving well, hitting that backhand like that, he can do that to a lot of players. He took advantage. Maybe I got down on myself a little at 4-Love. I remember I was serving for it, I think I had 40-15 and he actually played two great points.
It wasn't like I was giving anything away. I was pretty happy with the job I did even after getting down a break early in the fifth when he played a pretty darn good game. I fought back and played well, gave it my all.
You know, I can't be too ashamed of the effort I put in.

Q. When you have three match points like that, are you still feeling that adrenaline rush, even though you don't get them?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, it's deflating, but I didn't feel like I let that get to me, especially the way I played a couple pretty good points after those on the deuce points to get more match points.
He kept coming up with big first serves. Then to hold in a relatively easy game at 5-All when I just had three match points, I was pretty happy with that.
Tommy returns really well. I hadn't been serving my absolute best, but I came up with some big serves and played a great game there. So I think I showed I am a bit more mature than I was in the past, not to let that get to me.
Just another unfortunate learning experience today where I didn't take advantage in a tiebreaker. But I felt like I was doing everything else I could to do it right.

Q. I know it's early for reflecting, but when you do look back on this US Open, where do you think you'll place the achievement of getting your first five set win?
JAMES BLAKE: I'm not going to make as big a deal out of it as a lot of other people will. Like I said, physically I felt fine at the end of that five setter. I felt that way in a few of the five setters. A couple of them it's been my body breaking down.
That, to me, seems likes ancient history, when I was a little younger, my body was breaking down. Now it's just a matter of a point here or there. If it's not physically, I know it's not really that big of an issue because I've won a whole lot of third sets in two out of three set matches. It's not like I get too nervous or anything.
I won a third set tiebreaker in New Haven against a great player in Mathieu. I know it's not that. It just happens to be I've had a couple very obvious ones, very much at the forefront of the media's attention.
You know, in reflecting right now, I will say that years ago when I was so bummed I lost the USTA National 18 and Under, my coach and I talked about how as you get better and better the matches sting more and more when you lose. Because it hurts right now to lose in the fourth round of the US Open. It hurts so badly to lose in the quarterfinals of the US Open.
We just talk about the fact that that shows how well you're playing, that these hurt so much, because maybe it wouldn't hurt as much if I kept losing first rounds of New Haven, of here, of other places. When the stakes are higher, that means you've done something that you should be proud of when you reflect on it.
I hope in days to come, weeks to come, years to come, I am proud of the efforts I put in. I'm not going to hang my head too low about losing to some great players.

Q. Will you watch the rest of the tournament or does this take your interest away for a little while?
JAMES BLAKE: I'll watch Andy, for sure. I love to see him doing well. Watched him today, his last match. He's playing great. I'm real proud of him. I want him to do as well as possible. I would have loved to have met him in the semifinals and had another thriller.
He's doing great, playing exceptional tennis. I'd love to see him bust through here and win -- take one of these titles away from Federer or Nadal. He's got a tough run obviously. Most likely playing Federer in the next round.
I love the way he's playing, love the way he's competing. Just serving huge, as always. I'll watch a lot of those matches. Hopefully he's got plenty more left.
The others, I don't know if I'll watch as much. I've seen a lot of tennis in my life (smiling).

Q. A couple different achievements this summer. Your book is one of them. Can you talk about the significance of you telling an inspirational story in your life to other people, maybe it affecting them, whether they know you through tennis or not. Is that part of your body of work for your life?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, and it's something -- another thing when I was growing up, I never would have expected, I never would have believed at 27 years old I'd be telling an inspirational story. But I'm really proud of it. I'm exceptionally proud that people are able to relate to me more so than just on the tennis court.
I really don't think many people in this room or in any room can relate to playing in front of 20,000 people on national TV, hearing the crowd go crazy.
But they can relate to family tragedy. They can relate to cancer. They can relate to injuries and illnesses, things that go on in life where everyone's life is a bit of a bumpy ride.
I've never met one person yet that's had a smooth sailing from birth to old age. So it's a way of those people seeing that just because I'm living a charmed life for two or three hours a day on TV, it doesn't mean it's always that way.
And to relate to someone as a human being more so than just a tennis player is something I've cherished in a lot of these book signings. A lot of people have written in to my website, written letters to me, told me it makes a difference. I've gotten a new fan out of them just from people that didn't know much about tennis. That's something I'm really proud of.
I'm just happy I had the opportunity, Harper Collins gave me that chance, that people really do appreciate it. It's something that was a very therapeutic experience for me to write, to go over the ups and downs of my life at such a young age. It really was good for me to get it out and put it down on paper.

Q. Tommy is somebody who has matched you for bumps, ups and downs, injuries, tragedies.

JAMES BLAKE: Yeah. I remember when I first came back in '05 I did an interview and people asked me, Who is someone that you look up to on the tour? I actually said Tommy Haas, because at that point he came back from a very serious shoulder injury. A lot of doctors said he would never be the same, whether or not he was able to play was up in the air. He came back and got back to the top 10 in the world and is back playing at the top of the game.
He's someone that did what I did before I did. It's someone that is impressive. He's also had family issues with his parents. We're all happy that they're okay now. They had a tough accident, I think that was back in '04.

Q. '02.
JAMES BLAKE: I'm getting old. The years are running together. For him to bounce back, we're all happy to see that. He's a great player and a great champion. Has a ton of talent.

Q. How much of the competitive pain that you're feeling right now will be mollified by Davis Cup coming up, looking forward to that?
JAMES BLAKE: That's going to be hopefully a very good way to ease the pain 'cause I'm looking forward to that, getting back on the practice courts indoors, getting used to a lot of serve and volley points, a lot of quicker points over there in Sweden.
But I'll definitely take a couple days off, just take my mind off tennis a little bit. Probably the only exposure I'll have is watching Andy's matches. Then I'll get real fired up. Sometimes it might be tough after the US Open to really get excited again 'cause to a lot of Americans it seems like this might be the end of the season.
But when you have Davis Cup to look forward to, there's no way you cannot get excited for that. So I'll already be excited by the time I get on the plane to get over there. I'll be ready for Andy and I.

Q. When you go home you'll have extra days because of this early departure.
JAMES BLAKE: Unfortunately.

Q. Is there an indoor place to train, or is that necessary in the days before you leave?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, there's plenty of indoor places for me to train up in Connecticut. I grew up playing indoors. There's a lot of clubs that I know of where they tend to give me a little bit of court time. They're pretty nice to me.
In fact, my mom works at one, so I've got a pretty good connection this. I'll practice indoors plenty. Mark Merklein, my trainer, will come up. I'll hit with him. Brian. My brother. I'll be able to do plenty of drilling. I'm not looking forward to it. They'll have me doing a ton of two on ones, running, get in great shape to battle in Sweden.

Q. Fifth set tiebreakers, just your general feeling about them. How tough is it to play in a fifth set tiebreaker in this kind of situation?
JAMES BLAKE: It's pretty tough, but I feel like I had all the conditions in my favor today. I had the crowd on my side. Court conditions. The courts are suited to my game. It's also suited to Tommy's game.
Any time you get in a fifth set tiebreaker, it's clearly a crapshoot. Just about anyone can beat anyone on this tour in a tiebreaker. When it comes down to one tiebreaker for a match, absolutely anything can happen.
I feel like it's extremely exciting for the fans. It's even exciting for the players. It's a bit nerve wracking for the players, probably for the fans as well that are close to it. But that's the way it's always been done at the US Open. I feel like it's the American way. I love it.
I love seeing 'em as a fan. Tough to play 'em as a player. But, you know, it shows that it's been a pretty fair match up to get to a fifth set tiebreaker. It's probably going to come down to a point or two here or there anyway, so might as well do it with a sudden death type of mentality.

Q. You've had a lot of success here and in New Haven. What are you going to have to do to translate that into the rest of the tour? Summer hard courts are strong for you, but other surfaces, other places.
JAMES BLAKE: I think I won 10 titles, and only two in New Haven. I feel like I'm doing okay in other places. Top 10 in the world for the last couple years. I'm pretty proud of that.
In terms of doing well other places, I have possibly done my best here and at New Haven, probably because I've had the crowd on my side. It's exciting for me. Staying at home for New Haven is a great opportunity for me.
But I've also won in Stockholm a couple times, Sydney a couple times. I feel like I'm not necessarily in desperate need of just proving myself that I can win other places.
But I think, you know, I've done all right other places and can continue to. I'm excited about Davis Cup. I think that will keep my excitement high hopefully for a Davis Cup final this year. I like my chances on the indoor hard.
Just like I said, I've grown up indoors. I haven't done as well in Madrid, maybe getting used to that altitude. Stockholm has been a favorite of mine. We'll see if I can do a little better at Madrid this year.

Q. Did this match demonstrate the value of Hawk Eye conclusively?
JAMES BLAKE: Yeah, there are a couple of points that could have gone either way. I think at this level, with the amount that's on the line, the amount that can be changed by a quarter of an inch, yeah, it's a great thing.
But I think we're also accepting of human error. If the fans don't like it, if the fans think it's not accurate or anything, we need to go back to one with human error, then I'm accepting of that, too.
But the fans seem to like it. So it's a great thing. I don't need to go to bed tonight now wondering if that serve really was in or out. I looked up. It's in. There's no need to worry about that tonight.

Q. Did you lose your concentration between or during the love game, after the tiebreaker?
JAMES BLAKE: After the tiebreaker? The match was over. I never lost my concentration.

Q. During the tiebreaker.

JAMES BLAKE: During the tiebreaker? No, I don't feel like it. Like I said, I hesitated on one serve. Otherwise I was going after my shots. I missed a couple by an inch or two. Those go in, I have a much better chance to win that tiebreaker. But Tommy came up with big serves, good shots at the right time.

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Putain mais enfin !!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Mar 4 Sep 2007 - 16:58

Le 6/0 me plait bien Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: James BLAKE   Dim 14 Oct 2007 - 9:18

Blake chute

James Blake a été éliminé en demi-finales du tournoi de Stockholm par Thomas Johansson.

Thomas Johansson a créé la surprise au tournoi de Stockholm. L’expérimenté suédois a ravi le public local en se payant le scalp de la tête de série n° 1 du tournoi, James Blake (3/6 6/1 7/6). En finale, Johansson affrontera Ivo Karlovic.

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