Day 2’s Q&A is up. Excerpts:
Great to see you back playing tennis, you’ve been missed. Looking forward to see you play at US Open and will be cheering and supporting you all the way.Do you have any routines to relieve the anxiety, on the night before a match, to ensure a good night sleep and rest? – Anne Buchanan
RN: No, I have no routines at all. I sleep well.
Why do I find it difficult to believe that he has no superstitious routines the night before a match? Oh yeah, he’s not superstitious at all. ;)
You have been greatly missed. I wanted to ask you about playing doubles with Francis in Montreal – how did it feel to be playing with your coach? From the little we saw it looked like a fun experience. Is Francis still with you in New York now that Toni is there? Buena suerte. – Belinda Shaw
RN: I thought it as a lot of fun to play with Francis and it also helped me to get more rhythm of competition and prepare Montreal. Very good experience.
And so much fun to watch!
If your ipod broke down and all but three songs were erased, which songs would you hope were left? – Carin, Brighton
RN: Back to you – Bryan Adams; Bon Jovi – In these arms; Julio Iglesias – Vuela amigo,vuela alto
Oh god. We must really do something about his taste in music.
I’m so glad to see you back! These two months that you’d been away, tennis became bland and boring…I was wondering if you’d lost some weight in these two months, because you’re looking slimmer now… Here’s hoping you’ll do really well in USO. All the best! VAMOS! Love you always and forever. – Mohona
RN: Many people have asked me that and said it. The truth is that unless all the balances in the world are wrong, I have not lost any weight. I am the same
The same. Always the same.