Q. I was wondering if have you been putting any of your earnings on the roulette table at the casino?
No, no, but I didn't go to the casino for like three, four days now. I want to be focused a little bit on the tournament. Maybe I go back later (smiling).
Q. You seemed to enjoy yourself out there. Was it a good experience?
But the thing is I was feeling good on the court. I was very relaxed. I was hoping to do something better. I did in the third, so it was good. It was a good fight.
So, yeah, I was happy with this third set. And then was difficult in the fourth. You know, I started a bit cramping so I couldn't fight so much. It was tough to serve.
Q. What do you make of Andy's performance?
At the beginning, I really was in trouble. He was chipping the ball with the backhand and I was doing like some mistake. You know, like not stupid mistake, but like it was unforced errors obviously.
But finally after I start to play, I start to give some points, like unforced error, and it makes me back in the game. After I start to play better and better, like fighting, putting the ball in.
First two sets I was trying, but, you know, it was my game. I was trying to finish the point a bit earlier because I couldn't play. I was doing some rallies and couldn't breathe. I was so tired.
So for him, you know, I don't know if he's moving so good, because on the forehand side, I don't know if is too good. I could see that it was tough for him to go there. Obviously he was serving good at the beginning of the match.
Then, you know, he's very difficult to move on the court. He was defending so good. Yeah, I think he was happy no, he was not that happy to lose the third set, as you could see.
But the fourth set was fast for him, so I think it is good performance.
Q. What was it like signing the autographs at the end?
I'm happy. People enjoy see my game today. So, yeah, it was a great, great feeling for sure.
Q. I know you beat Berdych at Roland Garros. Was this the biggest match of your life?
Yeah, in France it was completely different. Here it's easier to manage. There is no pressure. I'm here. There are some French people. With the media, I have no problem. It's no problem. I have no pressure.
In Paris, you know, it's totally different. You know, I played on this Court No. 2, so it's very small court. It was like boxing game. So, yeah, it was unbelievable.
The first thing is I was happy to give this to my family, to my friend. Yeah, I told them already for like 10 years, I said, C'mon, I am going to do something in French Open. Finally I did something, so I was really happy with this achievement.
Q. After the last match you said no questions about prize money. Now can you talk about prize money?
Okay, now I'm going to take the prize money. This is good. This is the biggest prize money for me. So is good. Is very good help. I'm going to invest on my tennis again.
Q. You seem very relaxed for the fourth round of a Grand Slam. Do you see yourself as a bit of a comedian on tour?
I know I have to be like this. You know, if I'm too nervous, I'm not playing good. I know this. So after I'm not acting. I want to be like really peaceful on court. Then sometimes a little bit of show also.