The Spanish Roberto Bautista He assured this Friday that he is physically a bit sore, after going to the second week of the Wimbledon tennis tournament after playing three days in a row.
The one from Castellón defeated the German in three sets Dominik Koepfer to qualify for the last 16 of the London Grand Slam.
“I’m a little sore now. The hips suffer a lot on grass. I come from a very long game, so now I have two days off and I have to recover,” Bautista said at a press conference.
During the game against Koepfer, Bautista suffered several falls, without consequences, for which he was asked why they had occurred. “This track in the back was a little damp. Not in the area where it is played, but in the back, as if there was mud. It was difficult for me to adapt at the beginning, especially since I was playing against a southpaw and it is difficult to get used to”, He said.
On whether this year the tracks are more slippery than other times, Bautista assumed that it has always been like this: “I always remember it that way. I don’t think I had fallen practically a lot and today has happened to me the most times.”