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  • Robredo puts his injury past behind in Paris

    6/4/13 3:47 AM | Johan Lindahl
    Robredo puts his injury past behind in Paris Spain's Tommy Robredo is living his second tennis life after injury, with the number 34 aiming at his fifth career quarter-final at the French Open.

    Robredo made history as only the second man to ever win three straight matches by coming from two sets to love down, but is not prone to dwelling either on his achievements or in the past.

    The 31-year-old is finding devastating form now that he's settled into ATP life once again after February, 2011 operation to mend an adductor muscle tear.

    But that's now ancient history to the Spaniard. "I never thought about it. I was just trying to work every tournament and to play my best and enjoy the tour. Being in the quarter-finals again, it's amazing, and also, with three comebacks the way I did, it's amazing, also.

    "I never thought I'm going to be here, I'm going to be there. I was just focused to try to come back, and I did it. I'm not thinking anymore about what I had, the injury, the surgery or whatever. I'm just trying to enjoy day by day and, well, I'm doing it."

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(Nice to see Tommy coming back so strong)
A Spanish semi-finalist is assured. If I were Ferrer I wouldn't relax too much if I've won the 1st two sets, I think it' just a strategy of Tommy's :)

Shireling , 6/4/13 4:09 PM



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