Q. What were your feelings when the draw came out and it was Federer?
ALEJANDRO FALLA: Well, I knew I'm playing really well at this point of the year. And just sometimes bad luck. Everybody wants to play Federer. But three times in one month is a lot (smiling).
Q. Do you think it might have helped you to play him three times in a row?
ROGER FEDERER: It shouldn't have, no, especially after Halle. He should have known that I was going to beat him. But he forgot I beat him (smiling).
Q. We'd all like to see you one day win Wimbledon. It would be
LAURA ROBSON: I would, too. I'd like that (smiling).
Q. When do you think? You don't have a crystal ball, but...
LAURA ROBSON: It's hard to say. Ideally I would have liked to have won it this year, but that's obviously not going to happen (smiling).
Why don't you give me a year. Your guess would be just as good as mine.
Q. You had to wait over four hours to get on Court 1 today. What
did you do in that time?
ANDY RODDICK: Play some Monopoly. Dominated some Scrabble. I watched some tennis. Watched some football. That was pretty much it.
Q. Which tennis match were you watching?
ANDY RODDICK: Challenger that was going on, a future back home in the States.
Q. You were watching Roger's match?
ANDY RODDICK: Yeah, I think everyone was watching that one.