Celebrations and dancing

(Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

(Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Looks like Rafa took the time to answer a few Herald Sun questions today.

If you win the Australian Open this year how will you celebrate? Congratulations on a great tournament so far, you have been amazing!

Alexa, I don’t know. I hope, I wish, but I don’t know.

What do you think of the scheduling of your semi final today? Should you get through and I hope you do for another confrontation with Roger Federer, Roger has an extra 24 hours to rest and have a possible advantage due to the extreme heat you have played in and the toll that it must take on the bodies. [snip]

I have spoken about it on the media. These are the rules and this is the way it is. Last year if I would have won the semis I would have had 2 days off. It is true that it would be more fair, but…


How do you come up with your game plan and strategy to win matches, do you sit down with Uncle Toni and go through what you need to do, and does your practice reflect your proposed game plan?
From Linda Miller, Lancashire, England.

Yes, we discuss about the rival and the way to play against them. Not always easy and many times we need to change things during the match. Yesterday was an example.

I really love how you move out there on a tennis court. Sometimes seems as if you were dancing. So, what about on a dancefloor? Are you a good dancer? Do you like to dance or you prefer to be leaned on the pub bar? The best of luck for this year. Thanks for all. Besitos. Reyes, Alicante, Spain.

No, I am not a very good dancer. I move fast but that’s about it, I suppose. I don’t lean either because I am always moving.