Bautista: ‘I’m enjoying this moment and working’

The Spanish tennis player Roberto Bautista satisfied to advance to the third round of the US Open He is ready to face his next commitment to the same level that took him to the semifinals at the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati last week and with the predisposition to enjoy the moment and work for success.

Bautista, 32 years old and eighth seeded, beat the Serbian in three sets – he yielded one – Miomir kecmanovic and in a subsequent press conference he claimed to be “glad to have passed these two games”, including that of the first round against American Tennys Sandgren.

The Spanish, eleventh in the world, will be measured in the third round with the winner of the pulse between the Canadian Milos raonic, twenty-fifth seeded, and Vasek Pospisil, on whom he assured that “they are difficult to beat” because they serve very well, among other things.

You have to be attentive because those games are for momentsThat it falls from one side or the other, and you have to live it with great intensity, “he added.

Bautista acknowledged that reaching the US Open after the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati, played last week on the same tracks in Flushing Meadows, “costs a lot”, but he showed his willingness to “regain energy” by calibrating training on days off.

The results are better or worse for me, the line of work that I am following is clearI’m enjoying this moment and working, “added the athlete, who declared himself” delighted “with the tranquility of the confinement” bubble “to protect himself from the coronavirus established by the organization.

I like the quiet a little more than being in ManhattanNext year I will look for a hotel similar to this year. The traffic was terrible, an hour and a half to go and return each day was a drag, “revealed the tennis player, who spends hours these days watching his rivals and reading.