Inspiring quotes by Lleyton Hewitt

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Lleyton Hewitt

  • Maybe I have to work a bit harder on clay. It’s a challenge, and I’ve always liked challenges. Whether I will ever win the French and master playing on clay, who knows? But I’ll give it a shot.
  • I feel like when I’m match tough and match hard and played a lot of matches, I got that competitive winning spirit going and I can get on some rolls like I did last year. I won San Jose, Indian Wells and made the semifinals in Miami so it can happen for me.
  • I’d much rather win in three or four sets than go the distance all the time. I seem to put everyone through the wringer quite a bit.
  • Grand Slams are funny things. You have to try to find a way to get through the first week and put yourself in a position in the second week. A lot of strange things happen.
  • Grand Slams are different. If you can get through a few matches, the draw opens up and you get confident. You just need a little bit of luck early, you get through those opening matches and you never know what could happen.
  • I wanted to work towards the four majors and the Davis Cup. I know to a lot of people it may not mean too much, but to me (Davis Cup) means an awful lot.
  • You always love playing in finals at any tournament. The grand slams and stuff like that are obviously the priorities but any titles go on your record.
  • Maybe if you’re playing in London or America, you don’t feel that pressure quite as much.
  • Finally I’m really happy with the way I’m playing again after a couple of frustrating years.
  • He’ll go down as one of the guys who changed our sport in a lot of ways, not only the way he played the game, but also the way that he conducted himself on and off the court.

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