Declarations of Guido Pella after being eliminated in Wimbledon
The Argentine tennis player Guido Pella was eliminated in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, to fall defeated before the Spanish Roberto Bautista Agut in the Grand Slam that takes place on British soil. At 29, he is going through one of his best moments as a professional.
After the game, Guido Pella he appeared at the ESPN microphones and shared the sensations after the loss. It's never good when you lose. I had my chances, obviously I do not know if to win the game but at least to steal another set. In the fourth I started better than him, a couple of good plays from him, added to some mistakes of mine when he broke me made it very difficult to recover the break.
Without false modesty, he acknowledged that he has fulfilled his best performance in a Grand Slam and he did not blame himself: I left absolutely everything I had and did not reach.
He also referred to the repercussion that it generated in Argentina after reaching that stage: It is incredible how we live in our country the sporting achievements of all its athletes. After the fourth round match, I'm not going to tell you that I lost focus, but it was difficult to handle all that pressure beyond all the one I put on.
He did not hesitate to confess the following: Actually today I was nervous, when I had to enter the court there were moments of the game that I gained a little pressure. It's experience
He also launched some interesting reflections: With Monday's diary, most of the decisions I had to make were only good. The food chased me all my life, but in terms of calendar, coaches and tournaments, I was hitting little by little. A little luckily and because I surrounded myself with people who really wanted me to do well.
As a conclusion he expressed the following: If I had to do it again, I would not play tennis. Today I am enjoying a good time and it is a matter of continuing to do this in the best possible way and try to get results.